The past couple of years have taught us a crucial lesson in humility; that we should not take anything for granted and do our utmost to extend a hand to those in our society that are willing to sacrifice their own safety for the better good of others and the country.

Who We Are

We are a community of Lebanese descendants and others who share a common interest in Lebanon and our mission; committed to healing Lebanon.

Driven by our belief in our shared humanity, we are dedicated to helping the Lebanese people fulfill that promise for themselves.

The Start of a New Change

Socioeconomic Snapshot

The Lebanese are dealing with a state-sponsored Ponzi scheme that was revealed in 2019 and robbed thousands out of their life savings, followed in 2020 by a complete economic collapse...

Empowerment Programs preview

LEAP empowerment programs focus on processes that enable participation; enhance control through shared decision making; and create opportunities to learn...

Social Impact Change

It may not be as loud as the technology revolution, but some experts predict it will be as transformative. Its reverberations are being felt across executive boardrooms, foundation ...

Financial Efficiency Performance Metrics 2022

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By making a gift now, you can join our other donors who believe that every Lebanese citizen has the right to education, adequate housing, safe drinking water, adequate health care, and sustainable economic opportunities.

Where We Impact

In all regions of Lebanon. Through grant-making and advocacy, we will together improve the lives of under-served Lebanese communities. 

Our SDGs Commitments

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Save Our Students (S.O.S)

Working for a Lebanon Where Every Child Can Grow, Learn and Lead .

S.O.S is a social empowerment program aiming at putting a halt to the fast deterioration of the Lebanese educational sector. 

The program’s first phase focuses on reversing skyrocketing illiteracy and dropout rates among students. It also aims a reversing the decrease in student retainment rates at schools.

The second phase will aim at 1- supporting Lebanese teachers and 2- helping Lebanese youth locate the appropriate resources in order to be proactive in their communities as well as assisting them in university and/or career placements.

The program will be implemented on the ground by the Society of St Vincent de Paul & Ajialouna.  For decades, both NGO’s have put education, “youth/girls/women’s empowerment” and “gender equality” at the forefront of their missions. 

Our fundraising strategy combines a three-pronged approach consisting of grassroots (individual donors), charitable (international NGOs & foundations) and philanthropic / corporate channels.