HELP A FAMILY THIS WINTER
This winter, refugee families will be left exposed to the elements, living in shelter ill-equipped to withstand the cold. As heavy rains and snow drench the country of Lebanon, the dust-filled tent communities become virtual mud pits. The refugee communities are forced to cope with massive amounts of flooding that often fills their tents, soaks their rugs and mattresses, and puts them at risk to disease and sickness. In response to the immediate needs of the newly arriving refugee families, Heart for Lebanon has a Winterization Project.