Building relationships across borders; supporting PUBLIC education and the future for children in Syria.
135 Students ages 4-6, many of whom have lost one or both parents to the ongoing conflict.
What we Provide the wisdom house:
- a bus
- rent for underground space
- generator, heaters, fuel storage tanks
- stationary, printers, computers, projectors, white boards, school supplies, playground equipment
- other items as available
- fuel for bus, generators, and heaters
- 5 teachers
- 4 staff (bus driver, administration, logistics, janitorial)
Year Two for the Wisdom House began in September 2017 and we've added "Tomorrow's Dawn" Women's Center to our humanitarian outreach in Idlib, Syria. The same local council in Syria and our team on the ground oversee these projects. Our budget covering costs to run the "Wisdom House" school for orphans and "Tomorrow's Dawn" Women's Center is $40,000. The best way to support this people-to-people mission is to become a recurring donor.
$20 / month will care for one student's education at the "Wisdom House" school or "Tomorrow's Dawn" Women's Center in Idlib, Syria.
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The Syrian Emergency Task Force is a tax exempt 501(c)(3) organization created to support the Syrian people's demand for freedom and democracy, regardless of ethnicity, religion, or background. SETF seeks to convey the democratic aspirations of Syrians to the American public, and support humanitarian efforts to assist victims of the Syrian crisis. syriantaskforce.org
For more information, please contact SETF director of outreach, Natalie Larrison at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can send us a check to support The Wisdom House and may be sent to:
The Wisdom House, SETF
PO Box 250972
Little Rock, AR 72225
Our project is managed and supported by American communities and people like you who want do something to help those suffering in Syria and not be a bystander to atrocity. The driver and non-profit behind our humanitarian initiative is The Syrian Emergency Task Force whose connections and presence in Syria enable us to stay close to those we are affecting; we receive constant updates and media from the ground which we share through our network and social media pages.