Syrian Refugee Relief Fund

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Syrian Refugee Relief Fund
Syrian Refugee Relief Fund
Syrian Refugee Relief Fund
Syrian Refugee Relief Fund
Syrian Refugee Relief Fund
Syrian Refugee Relief Fund
Syrian Refugee Relief Fund
Syrian Refugee Relief Fund
Syrian Refugee Relief Fund
Syrian Refugee Relief Fund
Syrian Refugee Relief Fund
Syrian Refugee Relief Fund
Syrian Refugee Relief Fund
Syrian Refugee Relief Fund

Project Report | Jun 5, 2017
See your impact on the silver screen

By Miranda Cleland | Marketing and Communications Fellow

Since the outbreak of the civil war in Syria, we’ve partnered with organizations who work closely with refugee communities and respond to their needs as they see and understand them. Some of the organizations provide for immediate needs like food and shelter, and others serve longer-term needs, like addressing the causes of the crisis, or tackling the long-term social and psychological suffering that is taking place because of civil war and displacement.

3 Generations is a nonprofit that is addressing the longer-term issues related to this crisis. They document stories of human rights abuses through film and enable survivors of crimes against humanity to record their experiences as an act of healing, a call to action and to create historical evidence. Their new film, “Lost In Lebanon”, promotes improved understanding of the refugee crisis, and is drawing attention to the need for focused action.

Thanks in part to support from our Syrian Refugee Relief Fund, 3 Generations was able to finalize production on “Lost in Lebanon” and the film is being featured during Human Rights Watch’s film festival—you can watch the trailer now. Some of the funding for the film even went to employ Syrian refugees who helped with production.

And if you’re in New York City, you can see the film in person! Screenings of Lost in Lebanon will be June 15 and 17, and you can buy tickets online in advance. Donors to the Syrian Refugee Relief Fund even get discounted tickets. Here are the instructions for receiving your discount:

  • For the screening at the IFC Center on June 15, select “HRW SUBSCRIBER” rate tickets upon checkout online or at the box office.
  • For the screening at the Film Society of Lincoln Center on June 17, select the “AFFILIATE” rate either online or at the box office for your discount.

Stay tuned for our World Refugee Day campaign on June 20, when we’ll be matching donations at 100% to projects supported by the Syrian Refugee Relief Fund. We have $50,000 to give away in just one day, so plan ahead and choose your favorite project to support on World Refugee Day!

Thank you for your support and dedication to Syrian refugees. We hope to see you in New York!


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