Last Chance to Make a Vital Impact Through the Refugee Matching Campaign
By Sarah Hersey - Project HOPE Volunteer
Project HOPE continues to provide lifesaving health care to those affected by the Syrian Refugee crisis in Macedonia. While our programs have reached thousands of refugees, the crisis is far from over. With the support of our donors, we can continue our work in Macedonia to help those suffering during this time.
To date, Project HOPE has delivered 5 shipments of medicines, valued at over $275,000. In addition, the 13 HOPE volunteers in Macedonia have provided more than 6,590 hours of care to refugees. Together with our donors, we have been able to provide thousands of refugees with the essential care they need. Thanks to your support 7-year old Syrian refugee Amina was able to receive the care she needed. Her story is just one of many that show the ways that Project HOPE is making a difference in the lives of refugees in Macedonia.
As we enter the last week of the GlobalGiving Refugee Matching Campaign, we encourage you to consider making a donation to help support our Syrian Refugee Relief Program. The campaign, which is matching donations at 50%, will go until Tuesday, August 16th. It is donors like you that make our programs possible, and we thank you for your generosity and support.
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