A+ InitiativesAl-Achrafieh Group by A+ Initiatives is a group of young volunteers who took on themselves the initiative to cook 200 daily hot meals for the must vulnerable citizens living in Achrafieh and Beirut area. These donations and contributions will help the group buying all the products and services they need in order to sustain the hot meal delivery to it's loving community.Donate here
Ahla Fawda Ahla Fawda is a Non-Governmental Organisation that undertakes humanitarian and social well-being initiatives to support the most needy families in Lebanon. The fundraiser is to provide food, clothing, shoes, blankets, bedding, and temporary shelters to those in need.

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AlGhina NGOAlGhina NGO focuses on every kind of needy person, from widows and women, to the elderly and people with disabilities, to secure a decent life for them. AlGhina NGO is collecting donations to help the people in need and especially the widows and the orphans who were affected by the explosion, supporting them so they can continue their life in a proper way.Donate here
Aline de Los Campos Aline Deschamps is a photographer fighting for the rights of migrant domestic workers in Lebanon. The fundraiser will provide relief and repatriation for domestic workers in Beirut, Lebanon.Donate here
Amel AssociationAmel is a non-profit, non sectarian organization that supports the most underprivileged populations in Lebanon. Teams from the 25 health and social centers and 9 mobile units of Amel are continuing to assess the needs and implementing an emergency response in the field. The fundraiser will meet urgent humanitarian needs such as food, first aid supplies for the wounded, health support and medications, non-food items for displaced families with destroyed homes and rehabilitation of the affected areas.Donate here
Ardi Ardak National Food Security InitiativeAri Ardak is a partnership of four NGOs Ardi Ardak aiming at reviving the food security sector by focusing on small scale holders with a special emphasis on rural women. In light of the Beirut Explosion, they have launched the Beirut Cooking Initiative to distribute hot meals to people in need.Donate here
Basmeh and ZeitoonehBasmeh and Zeitooneh is a Lebanese organization whose main mission is to empower individuals through working amongst the most vulnerable and marginalized groups; to fill the gaps in development assistance; respond to the most urgent relief and developmental needs; and contribute to the advancement of society. Funds raised through this campaign will be used to provide shelter, food, water and medication to those affected by the explosion, and to carry out urgent repairs.Donate here
Baytna Baytak Baytna Baytak is a social initiative launched by young, dynamic, and independent Lebanese individuals. Their mission was primarily to secure housing for healthcare professionals working at the forefront of the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. In the wake of the tragic Beirut blast, Baytna Baytak has shifted its priority to relocating displaced individuals who have lost their homes to the blast. More than 300,000 Lebanese citizens need our assistance.Donate here
Beit BeitBeit Beit is a micro-relief initiative aiming to renovate one house at a time in the peripheries of the Beirut blast. They are targeting the Beirut areas of Jeitawi, Karantina, Zoukak El Blat, Monot that are still under-served by the relief efforts for now. The objective is to repair 20-30 homes (vs initial objective of 4-5 homes). Cost of the repair for each home will vary between $500-$5,000. Receipts will be shared online.Donate here
Cali for LebOrganized by a group of expats from Lebanon in the US. This Fundraiser is designed to help families who need our support in any and every way possible.Donate here
Children's Cancer Center Lebanon Rescue FundCCCL supports all children with cancer and their families through securing funds for treatment, psychosocial services, and awareness. After the Beirut Explosion, many of the children suffering from cancer have been transferred to CCCL because other hospitals have been badly damaged. The Rescue Fund will safeguard CCCL to continue treating all the children, ensuring continuity of services, access, and coverage of treatment.
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Crypto Disaster Relief for Beirut ExplosionEmbracing cryptocurrency services to bypass Lebanon’s corrupted financial system. Donate by choosing one out 8 available cryptocurrencies.Donate here
Disaster Relief for Lebanese Transgender CommunityA group of mainly Lebanese Trans and non-binary folks and their friends whose aim is to raise basic funds to support unemployed Transgender and non-binary individuals in Beirut. Being Transgender/nonbinary and not legally employed makes it impossible to access health care, save work, masks, food, sleeping places and more. More so in the aftermath of this catastrophe and disaster and the dire overall economic situation. This is a Disaster Relief, an Emergency Aid fund that will solve immediate issues, it will provide shelter, food, medicine, transportation and more. Donate here
Egna Legna BesidetEgna Legna Besidet is a Beirut-based non-profit organization which is run by Ethiopian domestic workers. Over the past three years they have assisted domestic workers including victims of horrible abuses. As a result of government ordered lockdowns to contain the virus, and with the Beirut Explosion, many jobless Ethiopian domestic workers have no money for food and other basic necessities. The fundraiser will provide food and medicine for these Ethiopian domestic workers and victims of the Kafala system.Donate here
FabricAIDFabricAID collects, sorts, and redistributes clothes to disadvantaged communities at micro-prices. These funds will be used by the FabricAID team to support the efforts of an array of humanitarian organizations, institutions, and social enterprises. There are many fundraising efforts underway, but here is one that will directly empower locals especially effected and will be directed by an experienced team, who for years have demonstrated their support to the people of Beirut (including both Lebanese and refugees).
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FoodBlessedFoodblessed is a hunger-relief & food-rescue organisation committed to fighting hunger & food waste in Lebanon. They have created an Emergency Relief Plan to support the victims of the Beirut Explosion. The money will go into the organizer's US account and then get bank transferred to Lebanon. Bank transfer and donation acknowledgement receipts will be posted at GoFundMe for full transparency. Please note that due to dollar withdrawal limits in Lebanon the recipient may not always be the same.Donate here
Freedom Loving YouthFreedom Loving Youth is committed to transforming the lives of orphans and children worldwide. All the proceeds collected from this fundraiser will directly reach families and urgent care centers in need.Donate here
Hammam RadioHammam Radio is a feminist participatory radio. This fundraiser will support the Anti Racism Movement and Haven for Artists. Proceeds will be split in half between the two. These two organizations have been providing food, shelter, and financial assistance to those who in most need of it. Donate here
How Can U Help BeirutHow Can U Help Beirut is a DC Based initiative, actively working with a number of local on the ground operations to deliver care packages to those in need. Care packages include supplies for sleep, babies, and personal hygiene.Donate here
Impact LebanonImpact Lebanon, and NGO, is a social incubator for driven Lebanese around the world. Commitment to transparency and accountability is their core value. To ensure that remains satisfied while we move with the urgency required by the situation, they have put together a thorough selection process for the organizations which will be receiving the funds. They have also partnered with 3QA, a third-party quality assurance organization based in Beirut, to support with the due diligence and monitoring process of the organizations that will be receiving funding.

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KaleiKalei is a beloved coffee shop in Mar Mkhael which sustained heavy damage due to the Beirut Explosion. This fundraiser is to rebuild Kalei Mar Mikhael with anything additional going to the the Lebanese Red Cross.Donate here
London BarLocated at the heart of Beirut, London Bar is considered to be one of the landmark pubs which makes Mar Mikhael such an attractive nightlife hub for tourists and locals alike. As a result of the devastating Beirut explosion which took the lives of hundreds of people and destroyed thousands of businesses and shops, London Bar has been heavily damaged due to its close proximity to the blast. All funds raised will be transferred to Tro Djeridian, the owner of London Bar, who will use the money in order to begin renovating and fixing the damage resulting from the explosion.Donate here
Mission VillageMission Village is an NGO located in Lebanon that is in the process of building a shelter for the homeless with the purpose of providing their basic needs and helping them become productive in society through a rehabilitation program. Until the project is complete, Mission Village is beginning to fulfill its mission by preparing home-made meals daily and distributing to people in need. The raised money will help feed 40 families for two months and finish the kitchen of the shelter.

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Rebuilding Studios after the BlastStudio Safar, Papercup, Jana Saleh are an integral part of Beirut's new creative wave. Their studios were based in two of the city’s hardest hit areas: Mar Mikhael and Gemmayzeh. With their working spaces, equipment, archives, and in one case, home, completely destroyed - it is literally impossible for them to get back on their feet without financial help. The funds will be going to one foreign account where they will then be straight away transferred to each company/individual.Donate here
Renovate BeirutRenovate Beirut is a disaster-response fund which collects donation to renovate the houses of those affected by the August 4 blast. The renovations focus on repairing ceilings, windows, doors, and everything in between. The donations will fund the free repairs. Donate here
Revive Mar Mikhael beirutThe fundraiser is a personal initiative of residents of Mar Mikhael who are determined to reconstruct more than 100 homes that were severely destroyed in this challenging time.
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Sa3ed GherakSa3ed Gherak aims to deliver home cooked meals 3-4 times a week. All of the money donated will go towards purchasing the necessary ingredients to prepare the meals.Donate here
SEPTSEPT is a Lebanese NGO founded in 2011, working on integrating a green and sustainable culture. They aim to temporarily rehabilitate homes that have been partially damaged by the explosion to secure them by temporarily fixing doors and windows to prevent any sort of elemental penetration, from potential theft, leaky pipes, fall damage and other essential efforts to secure these homes and make the safe return of their residents safer. SEPT is continuously audited externally to maintain the same credibility that it has among civil society organizations. Additionally, every purchased equipment will be inventoried and its beneficiaries mandated to keep track of the relief effort.Donate here
Shaabe MasouleyatiShaabe Masouleyati is a Lebanese initiative based in Lebanon that aims at supporting families in need and the Lebanese community directly affected by the Beirut Explosion, the critical economic downturn following the revolution, and COVID-19. Following the explosion that occured in Beirut on the 4th of August 2020, many families will be deprived of food, water and shelter. We call on you to aid us in providing relief to local businesses and families that have been affected by this catastrophy. Shaabemasouleyati is currently on the field in Beirut providing support and basic necessities to those in need. All funds will be withdrawn in Canada and transferred to our team in Lebanon where they will be used to pay for donation box supplies, hot meals and hygiene/cleaning materials. Donate here
Social & Economic Action for Lebanon, Inc. (SEAL)SEAL is a 501(c)3 non-profit, non-political organization, founded in 1997 in New York City by a group of Lebanese-Americans. For this fundraiser, they have partnered with former NBA basketball player and music producer Rony Seikaly. SEAL will direct the funds in full transparency to well-vetted NGOs based in Lebanon. Their focus is on: Shelter, Food, Medication/Medical Support, and Rehabilitation. To date, the following NGOs have been selected: the Lebanese Red Cross, Beit El Baraka, Arcenciel, AlGhina, Lebanon Needs, Nusaned, and Offre Joie. Others are currently being vetted. Donate here
The Arab Fund for Arts and Culture (AFAC)The Arab Fund for Arts and Culture - AFAC is an independent foundation that supports individual artists, writers, researchers, intellectuals, as well as organizations from the Arab region working in the field of arts and culture. This Fundraising Campaign is for the Arts and Culture Community in Beirut. The raised funds will be channeled to support affected arts and culture organizations and spaces based on identification of urgent needs.Donate here
The Goguikian FoundationThe Goguikian Foundation is a non-political, not-for-profit, philanthropic advocacy foundation that promotes youth empowerment through various programs. You can donate to the charity of your choice, out of 6 options, to help with the Emergency Relief effort in the aftermath of Beirut Port Explosion. The Goguikian Foundation will deliver your donation in the form of fresh money to the charity of your choice. Your donations via The Goguikian Foundation are US Tax Deductible.Donate here
The Lebanese Hospital Geitaoui-University Medical CenterThe Lebanese Hospital Geitaoui-University Medical Center (founded in 1927), a non-profit hospital and one of the 5 largest hospitals in Beirut (250 beds, 720 health care workers, 89 residents, 140 medical doctors) serving almost 20% of the city's population (working and an impoverished middle class) was severely damaged. The fund will help the Hospital rehabilitate and equip 1 to 2 clinical wards with 32 patient beds per floor (out of normally 8 floors) and 1 to 2 operating rooms (out of 9). In addition, it will be possible to rehabilitate and equip the Emergency Department, and resume clinical teaching (the hospital is affiliated with the Lebanese University). The amount that would have been raised will be disbursed directly to their emergency relief fund via wire transfer Donate here
Theater Relief Group in LebanonThe Theater Relief Group is a group of theater practitioners in Lebanon who have come together in a state of emergency after the explosion in Beirut's port on August 4, 2020. Our aim is to offer immediate and rapid aid to the affected theater community, including spaces.Donate here in USD, and donate here in LBP.
Together For Lebanon 2020Together for Lebanon is a grassroots post-disaster relief fund that aims to help ease the pain of all those affected by the devastating explosion. It is neutral and impartial, trying to assist the most vulnerable –as many as possible.
We'll be covering renovation expenses and providing emergency relief on need basis. Every single penny of expenses will be available for the public in full transparency over the course of this relief campaign. The main target is the residents of Mar Mkhael, Gemmayze, Karantina and Bourj Hammoud, along with other areas and neighborhoods heavily affected by the blast.
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Tricker Treat + Eshrak Ticker Treat is a catering company that specialises in healthy kids approved meals trusted by schools and day cares. During this difficult period, our aim at Tricker Treat is to cook and deliver 500+ healthy fun meals daily, and extend a helping hand to every family we can reach. Donate here
UNFSU: Charitable Donations LebanonThe United Nations Field Staff Union is collecting monies to use solely for the purpose of providing aid to the local population, emergency entities, schools, hospitals and for food aid.Donate here
United Armenian ReliefUnited Armenian Relief has been established by Armenian youth in Armenia, dedicated to providing humanitarian aid directly to impacted communities in Beirut. All purchases are 100% transparent. Upon obtaining the supplies, United Armenian Relief will package and send them via partnering airlines (Middle Eastern Airways and Tovmasyan Foundation), where they will be distributed to Lebanese and Armenian communities through two local grassroots organizations (Offre Joie and Bonheur de Ciel).Donate here

NGO Donations

AlfanarAlfanar is a Lebanese NGO aiming to turn social investment into sustainable change. They have launched the Emergency Lebanon Appeal. Donations will provide emergency food support and help with immediate reconstruction costs, as well as supporting the front-line social enterprises we back to survive the crisis.
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Anera Anera is a development and relief organization helping refugees and marginalized communities in Lebanon. The donations will be used to rehabilitate shelters, provide medical aid, and distribute relief items.Donate here
ArcencielArcenciel is a Lebanese NGO whose main goal is to work with every person in need. In response to the Beirut Explosion, they are distributing food kits and basic necessities, as well as collecting donations and recycling glass. Donate here
Beit El BarakaBeit el Baraka is a Lebanese non profit organisation that ensures dignity to destitute Lebanese families and retirees, by assisting them in their struggle with the increasing cost of living. In light of the Beirut Explosion, Beit el Baraka has been providing food, renovating houses, and offering medical and psychological support.Donate here
Caritas LebanonCaritas Lebanon, the official socio-pastoral arm of the local Catholic Church provides economic development, livelihoods, health and social care, education, migration services, emergency and crisis intervention, human and humanitarian relief and aid, and environmental stewardship. In response to the Beirut Explosion, they have been offering free food, medication, and medical and psychological first aid.Donate here
Help LebanonDonate to support your country and your people through these tough times. You can select whichever NGO/Hospital you prefer, out of 28 available options. Every dime counts. All disbursements will be verified by the leading auditing firm, Ernst & Young.Donate here
Donner Sang CompterDonner Sang Compter was founded to link potential blood donors with patients in need for multiplied impact. In the aftermath of the Beirut Explosions, they are playing a critical role to ensure all injured victims receive blood.Donate here
Himaya Himaya responds to child protection needs on a national level. In response to the Beirut Explosion, Himaya is offering food kits, house restoration, and medical and psychosocial supportDonate here
House of Today House of Today is a non-profit organization that identifies, nurtures, mentors, curates, showcases and connects emerging Lebanese designers to create a relationship with design experts, regionally and globally. Following the Beirut Explosion, they will be assisting designers rebuild and their studios. Donate here
Lebanon NeedsLebanon Needs is a non-profit organization founded in 2019 dedicated to creating and delivering sustainable healthcare solutions for impoverished and underserved Lebanese. In light of the Beirut Explosion, Lebanon Needs is assisting in the rehabilitation of hospitals and delivering medication.
Fill the form here if you are in Lebanon. Donate here if you are from outside Lebanon.
Live Love Lebanon FundLive Love Lebanon Fund connects the most affected people in Beirut with donations & volunteers. For the next 3 months, the fund is dedicated to directly relief the disastrous damage from the Beirut explosion.Donate here
MarsaMarsa is a sexual health center in Beirut. After the Beirut Explosion, Marsa is providing psychological support and food aid to its beneficiaries.Donate here
Min Ila Min Ila is a civil, independent, and non-governmental organization that is determined to bring a positive change to society through citizenship education. After the Beirut Explosion, they have been supporting families in need.

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Offre JoieOffrejoie is a voluntary movement across the country of Lebanon, uniting the Lebanese family since 1985 through their values: Love, Respect and Forgiveness. Offrejoie is providing help to people affected by the blast that hit Beirut by coordinating volunteering efforts, organizing cleanups, and distributing food boxes.Donate here if you are from Lebanon. Donate here if you are outside of Lebanon.
Operation Full FridgeOperation full fridge pledges to ensure that every fridge in Lebanon is full, believing that access to food is a human right and a social responsibility on all of us. Donations will support them in their disaster relief operations.Donate here
Seal USASEAL is a 501(c)3 non-profit, non-political organization, founded in 1997 in New York City by a group of Lebanese-Americans. They will be working together with Qudurat and Ruwwad Al Tanmeya, and other Lebanese NGOs on the ground, with the support of 3QA, to ensure that the funds are disbursed in a coordinated manner to well-vetted NGOs, based in Lebanon and that focus their efforts on the most pressing needs resulting from this tragedy: Shelter, Food, Medication/Medical Support, Rehabilitation and Environment.
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Teach a ChildTeach a Child is a non-profit organization that provides financial support to children across Lebanon to help them enrol in schools and universities. Donations will support underprivileged students and their families to rebuild their shattered homes. Donate here
International Medical CorpsThe International Medical Corps helps people in crisis by providing lifesaving emergency health services, and promote self-reliance through training. Donating will help them secure urgently needed supplies and staff in overwhelmed hospitals, and provide mental healthcare to survivors.Donate here
Lebanese Food BankThe Lebanese Food Bank feeds families in need by providing them with food boxes. They are working on the ground to support the victims of the Beirut Explosion.Donate here
Lebanese Red CrossThe Lebanese Red Cross (LRC) is a national society whose mission is to provide relief to victims of natural and human disasters, and help people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies, and to mitigate the suffering of the most vulnerable. They are playing a crucial role in the response to the Beirut ExplosionDonate here
This is LebanonThis is Lebanon is a project run by a coalition of former migrant workers and activists demanding the protection of migrant domestic workers. The fundraiser will help them evacuate migrant domestic workers from Lebanon. Donate here
NusanedYou have the power to transform lives by donating today.
Nusaned is a humanitarian, community-based and volunteer organization. In light of the Beirut Explosion, they have been distributing hygiene materials, food, and other items, as well as organizing cleanups and other volunteer efforts
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