Constant violence, unrelenting conflict and persecution are forcing Syrian families to flee their homes with only the clothes on their backs and whatever they can carry. Many of these displaced families and those from Iraq and other war-torn nations now live in makeshift camps, relying on the compassion of others for even basic necessities, as they try to make their way to safety. Operation Blessing is providing critical relief to refugee and IDP (Internally Displaced Person) camps in Europe and the Middle East, distributing relief supplies like tarps and food staples such as rice, noodles, tea, beans, powdered milk and more. Help families in crisis today
What is the situation in Syria?
As civil war rages on, thousands of families have fled Syria with only the clothes on their backs—in desperate search of safety. Many are making the trek to Europe in hopes of setting up better lives for their children; others are stuck in refugee and IDP camps throughout the Middle East. These families are relying on the compassion of others for even their most basic needs.
How is Operation Blessing helping refugees?
Operation Blessing is providing critical relief to refugee and IDP (Internally Displaced Person) camps in Europe and the Middle East, distributing food staples such as rice, noodles, tea, beans, powdered milk and more. Teams also served hot meals to displaced families and are delivering tarps, stoves, blankets, diapers and truckloads of additional critical supplies to families in crisis.
RELIEF FOR VICTIMS OF CRISIS AND CONFLICT
There are many ways Operation Blessing is working to help victims of crisis and conflict, including:
Helping Syrian refugees
Distributing emergency supplies including tarps, food staples and more for Syrian refugees in Jordan, Lebanon, Bulgaria and Hungary.
Providing hot meals and food supplies to families displaced by ISIS militants in Iraq.
Ensuring IDP (Internally Displace Person) camps are supplied with stoves and blankets to keep families warm in the winter.
Delivering critical supplies to help sustain these Iraqi ISIS victims as many left home with only what they could carry.