Night of Qyam for Ghouta


March 7, 2018 | 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM 
MAS Youth Center of Dallas 
1515 Blake Drive, Richardson, TX
In the past two weeks, more than 600 Syrians, including 127 children, have been killed by the Assad regime’s brutal attack on Eastern Ghouta. As the death toll rises, the humanitarian situation continues to deteriorate.
Now, more than ever, we need your support. Join us on Wednesday to help rebuild Syrian lives.
In 2017, Syrian Forum supported 60,000 people in rural Damascus by distributing food kits, providing psychosocial support to children, and offering critical services to survivors of gender-based violence. Today, we are distributing food, water, and emergency aid to families in Ghouta. Will you help us save lives?

Our Impact: In Numbers


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Syrian Forum is dedicated to sustaining, supporting, and rebuilding Syrian lives. Since 2011, we have implemented innovative projects, empowering millions of Syrians in need. Here is a snapshot of our impact over the past seven years.


A Family From Aleppo

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