Offre joie:

Rehabilitate buildings and community spaces on 6 streets: 3 in Karantina and 3 in Mar Mikhael. Rehabilitation work covered by BEF is 17 buildings comprising 170 homes and 15 SMEs
Funding: up to $1 million

Beit El Baraka:

Rehabilitate 10 buildings (129 homes and 29 SMEs) in Rmeil, Achrafieh. Rehabilitation includes interior and exterior work.
Funding: $650,000

Maan Fi Al Mihan Association (Aka Solidarity Lebanon):

Rehabilitate about 300 homes
Funding: $500,000


Rehabilitate 61 residential units and 8 shops, including fixing facades of 5 buildings in Geitaoui, Achrafieh. Also rehabilitate 184 residential units and 58 shops in bourj Hammoud
Funding: $341,278

Baytna Baytak:

Rehabilitate 176 homes
Funding: $300,000

House of Christmas (Together Libeirut):

Rehabilitation, machinery, capacity building and legal support to 60 micro businesses in Gemmayze, Mar Mkhayel and Bourj Hammoud
Funding: $300,000

Lebanese Food Bank:

Buying home appliances
Funding: $225,000* (local money)

Melanie Freiha Foundation/arcenciel:

Supplying 247 homes with 346 home appliances
Funding: $217,000* (local money)

Rene Moawad Foundation:

Rehabilitate 27 homes, 1 high and the rest medium to light damages
Funding: $50,000


Rehabilitate 15 homes
Funding: $56,000

Al Ghina:

Rehabilitation of 37 homes in the areas of Gemmayze, Mar Mikhael, Karantina, Rmeil and Bachoura
Funding: $22,500


St. Georges Hospital:

ICU and PICU wards: savings of 50% on the original budget allowed the rehabilitation of both units
Funding: $1.2 million

Lebanese Hospital Geitaoui:

13-14 Elevators, Fire-rated doors, Aluminum and glass for old and new building
Funding: $400,000

Saint Joseph des Soeurs de la Croix Hospital:

Damage repairs/glass, aluminium, medical machines repair
Funding: $250,000

Lebanon Needs:

Rehabilitate 4 Primary Healthcare Centers, Saint Marc Laboratory, repair an MRI machine, build a community healthcare worker task force and a home care task force.
Funding: $200,190

Lebanon Needs:

20 High Flow Nasal Cannulas to fulfill the needs of 8 hospitals around Beirut that are receiving COVID patients. These HFNCs will allow those hospitals to relieve the pressure from the Beirut hospitals that are treating COVID patients and are directly affected by the August 4, 2020 explosion These machines are sustainable pieces of equipment that have uses beyond COVID as well
Funding: $150,000

Rotary Club Kesrouan - District 2452:

3 high flow oxygen machines for the Ftouh Kesrouan Governmental Hospital to help with the flow of COVID 19 patients that came from Beirut because the hospitals in Beirut have incurred heavy damages by the August 4, 2020 explosion and could not care for COVID 19 patients
Funding: $20,457


3 months’ supply for 925 beneficiaries: protective sheets, hygiene kits distribution, colostomy/urostomy equipment and 3 people to manage and distribute equipment.
Funding: $102,000 (partially in local dollars)

Hotel-Dieu De France:

Repair damages due to the blast
Funding: 100,000$

Lebanese Red Cross:

General Crisis Response Effort
Funding: $100,000

Assameh birth & beyond – Karantina Hospital:

New Fetoscope machine and Endoscopy machine repairs
Funding: $100,000



Provide mental health support to 300 children and their families (3,000 free consultations) for a period of 12 months. Also rehabilitate the center premises
Funding: $125,000

Happy Childhood Foundation:

Provide mental health support to 200 children and their families affected by the blast
Funding: $80,000

Cénacle de la Lumière (CDLL):

Provide mental health treatment to 250 patients, psychological first aid training to frontline workers, awareness building to parents on youth mental health and wellbeing and capacity building to 150 teachers on youth mental health and well-being
Funding: $67,500


Provide mental health support to 75 children and 120 caregivers. Also distribute baby food kits to 40 families and disposable diapers to 80 babies
Funding: $53,800


Additional staff and equipment to expand hours of operation by 3 hours allowing increased mental health support
Funding: $26,300

Additional Funding

SOS Children's Villages:

A building owned by SOS Villages in Achrafieh was damaged by the blast. This building is rented and is a source of income for SOS, used to fund children expenses at various villages.
Funding: $15,000

Rifaq Al Darb:

Food items to prepare daily meals to feed 400 families for 4 months and daily diaper needs for 70 elderlies and 70 babies for a month. 38% of food items purchased from SEAL farmers beneficiaries.
Funding: $14,240


400 families in Beirut received food products purchased from SEAL farmers beneficiaries.
Funding: $20,540

Beit El Baraka:

500 families affected by the Beirut blast will receive on Christmas eve an assortment of foods including Turkey, sweet potato and gravy for 4, one Bûche de Noël and biscuits.
Funding: $20,000


Revitalize the SMEs that were impacted by the blast and supported by Nusaned by distributing vouchers during the Christmas holidays to 1000 also affected Beiruti families to be redeemed at these SMEs : retailers, butchers, hairdressers, pharmacies.
Funding: $40,000

Al Ghina:

Family Sponsorships of urgent needs for 23 families (surgery/medical, electronic appliances, education assistance)
Funding: $22,500

Tariqna El Sama:

Food supplies to prepare daily meals serving 350 families around Beirut for a month. All food supplies provided are purchased from seal beneficiaries.
Funding: $5,698


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