Give Back This Eid: Donate Clothes To Syrian Refugees

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We don't believe there should be a reason to help or do good, although Holy occasions get us thinking about it more intimately.

As we celebrate this Eid with our families exchanging gifts, warmth and love, our thoughts remain with the (appx.) one million Syrian refugees living in very unpleasant circumstances in the Lebanese camps.

If you have a big heart and a couple of hours to spare this holiday, we urge you to go through some of your clothes and put aside one or two items you are willing to give away.

We've compiled a list of organizations that will take your unwanted clothes and pass them on to people who need them.

3 Involved NGOs


Click on the organization name for more information.


CARE is a leading humanitarian organization fighting global poverty. Through their community-based efforts focused on empowering women, they work to improve basic education, prevent the spread of disease, increase access to clean water and sanitation, expand economic opportunity and protect natural resources. CARE also delivers emergency aid to survivors of war and natural disasters.

Tel: +1-404-681-2552


Caritas Lebanon offers all kinds of humanitarian assistance to migrants at its Migrants Centre. Advocacy actions are carried out in collaboration with the Lebanese authorities, UN agencies, embassies and overseas delegations regarding respect for human rights.

Caritas Lebanon is always ready to intervene in emergency situations. Therefore, since the onset of the Syrian crisis in March 2011, it has provided sustained assistance to Syrian refugees.

Address: Dr. Youssef Hajjar Street, Sin El-Fil Tel: +9611483305 | +9611499767


Their aim is to evaluate the status of Syrian refugees in Lebanon in order to determine and cover their needs from food and medical supplies, to clothing, housing, as well as other basic needs. They collect funds ranging from money donations, clothing, equipment, etc. raised through fundraising events, as well as individual efforts.

Tel: +961 78974462

Happy Eid!

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