Grants to aid Syrian Refugees

Through CAF America, a International and Domestic Donor Advised Funds Organization, the Foundation will contribute to the following groups:

$25,000 to Human Concern. Human Concern was established with the aim of supplying humanitarian aid to men, women & children affected by the current crisis in Syria. The charity is run by a team of professional individuals that dedicate their time voluntarily and who run development projects inside Syria focusing mainly on the supporting hospitals & medical activities, and sponsoring schools & educational efforts.

$25,000 to Mosaic Initiative. Since late 2011, the Mosaic Initiative has funded and facilitated various aid delivery projects that provide basic relief such as shelter, medicine, food, access to water, sanitation, clothing, education, and other humanitarian assistance, to people living in Syria and in refugee camps in neighboring countries.

$25,000 to Syria Relief. Syria Relief has a solid network of committed management and logistics staff on the ground inside Syria, striving to deliver humanitarian aid in hard-to-reach rural areas, as well as heavily populated and even some besieged areas. With help from the UK public Syria Relief has touched the lives of 1.8 million people.

$25,000 to Tauheedul. Since the start of the Syrian conflict, Tauheedul has established 10 schools inside Syria supporting over 2,500 children. School helps children deal with psychological trauma due to the exposure to unprecedented levels of violence, horrors of war and loss of loved ones. The schools also play an important role in securing the future of the children whilst creating employment opportunities for local teachers.

10 Responses to Grants to aid Syrian Refugees

  • Action for Refugees in Lewisham is a local charity which supports refugees and asylum seekers. We have a number of destitute Syrian families in our area. Is it possible to apply for funds on their behalf?


    M Gravelle
    Action for Refugees in Lewisham

    • If you are a 501(c)(3) org, that helps women and Children, then absolutely you should appy. My website has the grant application and instructions. It is an easy process.
      Hope to hear from you,

  • I have started a charity called Squash dreamers in Jordan to train highly talented and athletic Syrian refugee girls in Squash and English. The program opens up many career opportunities for them as well as promoting social cohesion with the local Jordanians. We are in the process of forming a 501c3 but are not there yet. Can we still apply for grants to pay for the girls’ training and education?

  • I am registered charity based in Australia, I work with humanitarians inside Syria,
    Can I apply for funding

    • Hi Bill,

      as a Private Foundation, we can only fund qualified 501(c)(3) organizations. If you are one, then yes. If not many times foreign organizations partner with a US organization to allow funding from Private Foundations.
      I’m sorry for the delay in responding, for some reason your message didn’t forward to the email. Please contact Robert Fox, and he can giive you more information.

      Best Regards,
      Kathryn McQuade

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