International Hunger Relief Ramadan 2019

This year, Ramadan begins on May 5th. During this time, we’re more conscious of hunger and thirst. Despite some discomforts, it has its rewards such as spiritual development or family bonding.

But for many, fasting is not choice!

Support Program for Students in Need of Help

Providing Pathways to Opportunity

Refugee Families in Greece

Adopt a Family or Donate to Campaign

Vocational Training

in Tanzania

Food Distribution in Yemen

8.4 million people are considered at risk of starvation!

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Disaster Relief

Originally founded as a disaster relief organization in 2013, Embrace Relief tries to respond to emergencies around the world in a timely manner

Hunger Relief

The world produces enough food to feed all 7 billion people, but 11.3% of the world’s population is still hungry

Refugee Relief

The world is witnessing the worst refugee crisis in history, and over 65 million people worldwide are forcibly displaced

Clean Water

2.5 billion people do not have access to adequate sanitation, and every minute a child dies from a water-related disease in the world


All children deserve a home, protection, education and a hope for the future


Today 57 million children remain out of school, and an estimated 50 percent of them live in conflict-affected areas


We believe every individual should have a right to a healthy life and be able to get necessary medical care

Women’s Empowerment

ER works to provide jobs and skill training for women to help families around the globe

Our Partners

Embrace Relief’s Impact

Since 2013…


Over $1.4M was spent for disaster relief efforts in both domestically and globally.


Over 270 water wells built in several countries, providing clean drinking water to approximately 270,000 people.


We have worked with 40 countries. Over 1.5 million pounds of food was distributed globally.


Over $1.5M was spent on refugee relief.


Over 2,100 cataract surgeries were conducted and more than 21,000 health checkups were completed.


$259,000 was spent on yearly living expenses for children.