Call of Action: 100 Homes 100 Hopes

Feeling generous this Friday? Donate to our 100 Homes 100 Hopes campaign!

You can make a big impact on the families who need it most in Syria. We partnered with American Relief Coalition for SyriaRahma Worldwide and the Syrian American Engineers Association. Together we can change 100 families’ lives by placing them in a home and providing them with a sustainable income. Donate now and share this link:


Quality and Accountability in Humanitarian Response for Syria

SyrianForum hosted a joint training titled 'Quality and Accountability in Humanitarian Response for Syria' in our Turkey offices.The training was provided in coordination with the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) . Over 26 local and international participants attended. Aim of the training was to apply quality and accountability humanitarian standards in projects. 


Support more training course by donating via this link

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Not A Target

Devastating news this morning, 18 civilians have been killed and more than 65 wounded due to an airstrike on a local market in Idlib today.

Civilians, markets, and hospitals are not targets.

Share and raise your voice against targeting civilians.

Photo by AFP News Agency


We are proud to announce that Syrian Forum USA is joining other Syrian American organizations through the American Relief Coalition for Syria to aid families in the Northwest of Syria. This joint project ‘100 Homes 100 Hopes’ will be executed by Syrian Forum’s partner on the ground - Ihsan for Relief and Development.

Our goal is to provide 100 families with a home and a microgrant to generate income. The microgrant portion is related to business management training that will promote sustainability and security for displaced Syrians. $1,000 can get 1 family a living unit AND can issue a grant to enable vulnerable Syrians to start their own businesses. 

Donate here