For nearly a decade, men, women and children in Syria have been forced to flee their homes. We’re talking drop everything and run. Run away as fast as you can. Survival is the only thing that matters.
The journey from their war-torn country has not been easy. Families have been separated, children have died, and entire communities have been destroyed. The risk for human trafficking is higher than ever and their next meal is never guaranteed.
With nowhere else to go, they flee west to their neighbor, Lebanon. And there, waiting with open arms is one of our partners, Heart for Lebanon. Hand of Hope has been working with Heart for Lebanon since 2006, helping reach out to Iraqi and Palestinian Christian refugees and now Syrian refugees—with more than 1 million meals served to refugees in 2018 alone. Read the full story