Fr. Burby from Jordan speaks about his experience and encounters with Iraqi refugees throughout his ministry.
Due to the continuing violence and political unrest in Syria, there are 150 Christian Iraqi refugee families (100 located in Syria and 50 located in Lebanon) currently in dire need of basic human necessities. There are also 40 handicapped Christian Iraqi refugees located in Syria who need a regular supply of milk. We humbly ask our fellow brothers and sisters to assist these refugees who are truly in dire straits. Please help by adopting a refugee family before September 30th $100 a month to adopt a refugee family.
100% of all donations go to those in need.
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Please adopt a family or help the handicapped kids. If you have any questions email us or please call us 248-406-2052
How sad is this, to see those little kids crying of hunger and looking for a small piece of bread and we are setting and feeling bad for them doing nothing.
WITH YOUR HELP, WE CAN DO MORE
IMSA (Iraqi Medical Sciense Association) held on Sunday 5/29/2011 at Shenandoah.
Mr. Basil Bacall received a Humanitarian Award for his remarkable efforts helping the refugees and making a difference in the community, during the recent event at Shenandoah Sunday 5/29/2011 held for the Iraqi Doctor’s and Scientists.
Congratulation Mr. Bacall
Book your wedding at Shenandoah’s on a Monday or Tuesday and 2% off all revenue will be donated to the Adopt a Refugee Program
Adopt-a-Refugee Family chairman Basil Bacall took trips to Jordan and Syria to spread the word of the Adopt-a-Refugee Family program. Here is his firsthand account of his goals during the trips, as well as issues he uncovered, and finally, photo galleries.