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ALEX AND HIS 39 FRIENDS

ALEX AND HIS 39 FRIENDS WANT TO GO TO SCHOOL!   Our new education campaign for Haiti aims to send 40 Haitian children in need to school Meet Alexander Bonhomme. Alexander is 11 years old and is an eager student in Haiti. But he and his classmates need your help. The education statistics facing young Alexander are startling. In Haiti, according to a 2013 World Bank study, only half of all primary school-aged children attend school. Of this, about

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World Refugee Day 2017

WE ARE IN THE MIDST OF THE WORLD'S WORST REFUGEE CRISIS IN HISTORY.   More than 65 million people are now counted as forcibly displaced by the United Nations. That's like the entire population of the UK or France, or about as many as everyone in New York state, Texas and Florida -- all forced from their homes. And just over one-third of these people are refugees (people forced to flee their countries because of persecution, war, or violence).

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Ramadan 2017

  Ramadan is here! Muslims all over the world have been awaiting for this special month with excitement, and now they are celebrating and observing it with joy.   It is also known as the season of giving and sharing. This Ramadan you can help someone in need with Embrace Relief. Now it's possible to extend your helping hand to someone in another part of the world for as little as $3*. You can sponsor an iftar (break-fast) for one or more

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Embrace the Newcomers

Embrace the Newcomers Campaign supports the new arrivals to the United States! These newcomers to America are fleeing persecution or fear of persecution in their homeland. They are often coming to the US in desperate times, often leaving family, friends, homes, jobs, and savings.   As wars, conflict, and persecution worldwide continue to unfold, the number of people displaced within their country or having fled internationally reached approximately

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Donate for Clean Water

    One of the sustainable development goals of the UN for 2030 is to ensure everyone has access to safe water. Unfortunately, 1.8 billion people use a source of drinking water contaminated with faeces today, putting them at risk of contracting cholera, dysentery, typhoid and polio. To help alleviate this problem, Embrace Relief has been running clean water projects since 2014. To this day, Embrace Relief provided clean drinking water

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WORLD WATER DAY ’17

World Water Day, on 22 March every year, is about taking action to tackle the water crisis in the world.   One of the sustainable development goals of the UN for 2030 is to ensure everyone has access to safe water. Unfortunately, 1.8 billion people use a source of drinking water contaminated with faeces today, putting them at risk of contracting cholera, dysentery, typhoid and polio.   To help alleviate this problem, Embrace Relief has

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Embrace the Newcomers Event in Ohio

Join us on Wednesday, March 22th at our special Embrace The Newcomers Event in Ohio. Embrace Relief has prepared this event to raise money to help Turkish families fleeing the political conflict back at home for a better life in the US in pursuing peace and justice. In this event, you will have the opportunity to meet these victims and hear their stories from first hand. These victims were framed for crimes they did not commit. They were unjustly

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General Donation for Austin, TX

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Holding Hands Annual Gathering

Join us on Saturday, March 25th at our special Holding Hands Annual Gathering! Embrace Relief has collaborated with Huddled Masses to raise money to help Turkish families fleeing the political conflict back at home for a better life in the US in pursuing peace and justice. We are honored to have Dirk Ficca join us as the keynote speaker of the night! He previously worked at the Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions as an Executive Director.

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School Renovation in Guatemala

  Chapter Project: School Renovation in Guatemala   Yasin and Mayra Gulsen reside on Long Island, New York. Mayra owns and operates a cleaning service business, while Yasin is a heavy machine operator for Cardo Site Development. Mayra is a Guatemalan American and Yasin is a US National. Since moving to the United States, Mayra has been very interested in helping the school system in Guatemala. The Guatemalan school system is in dire need

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