A toddler’s body washes up on a Turkish beach. An explosion kills a mother’s family. A father wonders how he will feed his children in a new country. You’ve heard stories about the millions facing hardship after fleeing Iraq and Syria, and you want to help. Partner with BGR and respond to refugee needs in places like Syria, Northern Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey and Greece. Give $50 and provide a supplemental food basket. Purchase a hygiene kit for $20 or a warm blanket for $10. This crisis is growing. Help be a part of the solution by partnering with BGR.
For a while, this 6-year-old simply laid on the ground each day in the displacement camp where her family lived.
The train stopped, finally. Abella relaxed.
When Benjamin fled Syria with his family, he not only left his home but he left his school, as well.
Maliq struggles to find food for his family in a country that won’t let him work.
Huge needs like those among Iraq’s forcibly displaced families are opportunities for people to experience God’s grace and his glory to be made known, says David Platt, president of the International Mission Board.
Tariq and his family could not stay in their home. The fighting had grown too close. He feared for the lives of his wife and two young daughters. He feared that some group would come, take him away, force him to fight and he would never see his family again. He was tired of living […]
How would you feel if you were forced to flee your home because it was too dangerous? How would you survive in a new place with no job and little food? Nearly 50 million people around the world have left their homes because of war, famine, religious persecution or other tragedies. Hardship is their reality.