Your donation to Embrace Relief’s Raise the Children program is helping hundreds of vulnerable children have the food, water, healthcare, and education they need to thrive.
Your donation to Embrace Relief’s Education program is helping to provide vulnerable children in the U.S. and around the world to gain the literacy and skills they need to thrive in the modern world.
The Embrace Relief Foundation has opened up and refurbished over 700+ water wells in several countries, providing more than 700,000 people with access to clean water and improving their health and living conditions.
In times of significant natural disasters, Embrace Relief creates campaigns to alleviate immediate suffering, and provides food, water, clothing, and funds to repair and restore lives. To this day, over $3.2M was spent on disaster relief efforts around the globe.
Wars, conflicts, religious or political persecution, and human rights violations force people to flee their homes and communities to start a new life. Often starting a new life with nothing but the clothes on their backs, these refugees struggle to receive even basic human rights. Greece refugee statistics for 2019 was 80,468, a 30.93% increase from 2018, according to Macrotrends.
Millions suffer from cataracts, yet never see a doctor due to extreme poverty. Today, you can give the gift of sight and help someone see this beautiful world again.
The victims of the devastating Feb. 6 earthquakes in Turkey and Syria will continue to need the support of the world for many months to come. Embrace Relief has been on the ground in the earthquake zone since tragedy struck, and our efforts to provide much-needed food and shelter aid will continue for as long as they are needed. Please help us in healing the wounds of the people of Turkey and Syria.
A single drop makes a small, seemingly insignificant, impact. But when it hits the surface, tiny ripples form. Slowly, these ripples grow bigger and the whole surface begins to change.
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.
The world is witnessing the worst refugee crisis in history, and over 65 million people worldwide are forcibly displaced.
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.
The world produces enough food to feed all 7 billion people, but 11.3% of the world’s population is still hungry.