PROGRAM SPECIFIC APPEALS
SEE HOW YOUR MONEY COULD BE SPENT ON HIGHER EDUCATION
The importance of higher education cannot be denied.
The tools provided through advanced and specialized academics allow students opportunities in life that would otherwise have been impossible. We serve the underserved, including widows, children and those with special needs. Access to education can help those in need lift themselves and their families out of poverty and set the foundation for a brighter future.
Our supporters have set the wheels in motion with their generous donations towards education. There are more people to reach in our journey towards providing access to higher education in underserved communities, and we need your help. MWL’s long term plan is to hire more educators and provide more students with higher education. We are currently providing higher education academics to thousands of students and with your support we can provide to thousands more.
of the world is college educated; only around 38% have received a postsecondary degree
universities, 18 institutes, and 28 colleges in Aleppo and Gaziantep supported by MWL
of our sponsored students have graduated university
“The noblest question in the world is: What good may I do in it?” Benjamin FranklinDONATE
Mercy Without Limits maintains the belief that education is crucial in ensuring a community’s growth and success.
With your donation, we provide educational programs and support to children in refugee camps who did not have access to education beforehand. We alleviate the obstacles for children in underprivileged communities and empower them to educate themselves to become future community leaders. A community’s wellbeing starts with a child, and a child’s wellbeing starts with their education.
Our Youth and Adolescent Empowerment Program is also a way in which we provide child protection.
The youth enrolled in this program participate in training workshops, private projects, and entrepreneurship clubs to conduct research and engage in activities which facilitate their access to the labor market. MWL also provides financial support and advising to help beneficiaries in this program develop successful plans for their educational aspirations.
children and youth worldwide are out of school
children do not attend school in low-income countries
of children in low and middle-income countries cannot read proficiently by age 10, according to researchers with World Bank
“One child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world.” Malala YousafzaiDONATE
ONE HOME AT A TIME
From political conflicts to natural disasters, many of Syria’s once beautiful and functional homes and buildings have been demolished. Mercy Without Limits is rebuilding Syria as a country with safe and functional homes for communities to grow and prosper in.
PROGRAM SPECIFIC APPEALS
SEE HOW YOUR MONEY COULD BE SPENT ON SHELTER
Build a Tent$500
Build a Home$10000
It is a human right to have a place to call home.
It is a human right to have a place to call home. Around the world, millions of people are displaced and homeless due to circumstances outside of their control. Without shelter, many are unable to find work, to gain legal licensure, and to have a place to cook food; shelter becomes the core of a person’s livelihood.
This is especially true for refugees in Syria. Millions of Syrians live within refugee camps, and many more do not have a place to call home. MWL’s mission is to rebuild buildings, establish homes and shelters as places for communities to come together and for people to live their best lives.
With your support, our team can continue to build infrastructure suitable for families to live in in Syria and Turkey. MWL provides opportunities to contribute to buildings that house several families.
Shelters provide opportunities for communities to grow and develop. An investment in a community is a commitment of justice and hope.
buildings have been demolished due to political conflicts
Syrian are displaced, as of 2022
Syrians are in need of humanitarian assistance - including providing shelter
“Love begins at home, and it is not how much we do… but how much love we put in that action.” Mother TheresaDONATE
A HOME IS
WHERE HOPE IS BUILT
Communities worldwide have lost their homes in seconds. Natural disasters and conflicts forcibly evacuate thousands of civilians—who now have no place to call their home. For $500, MWL provides an emergency tent for all those in immediate need of shelter.
A home is a safe haven - one free from conflict and destruction.
With millions needing to flee their homes due to disaster, it is difficult to feel safe. Since the devastating earthquakes, thousands of Syrians and Turks are left to fend for themselves for shelter in the harsh winter cold. A recent fire in Bangladesh has caused already displaced Rohingya refugees to flee once again, looking for shelter amongst uncertainty and anxiety.
MWL understands the importance of having a safe home in times of crises. We have developed programs to provide emergency tents and housing for those displaced from natural disasters or conflicts. Our tents include electricity, mattresses and other housing utensils to provide a safe and reliable living space.
homes were demolished in Syria after the February earthquakes
buildings have been demolished or severely destructed in Turkey after the February earthquakes
refugees became homeless once again following fire disasters in the Bangladesh refugee camps
“Where we love is home – home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts.” Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.DONATE
People in Northern Syrian continue to face the effects of the devastating earthquakes that struck the region in early 2023. Your donations provide food, water and shelter to so many displaced and disheartened families in need.
Our work to help Syrian families in need and restore communities is ongoing. Your support is vital.
Our team has maintained an office in Izaz, Syria for over a decade. We began much of our work helping displaced families by providing them with shelter, food and necessities. Our team has also assisted those who’ve lost their homes by building physical homes, paving roads and providing schools to orphans and children in need in Syria. With many employees working in Northern Syria, we’ve been able to bring aid to many communities.
Since the devastating earthquakes to strike Syria and Turkiye in February, 2023, MWL has been focusing much of our efforts on providing shelter to earthquake victims. With the support of our generous donors, we’ve been able to supply fuel to hospitals to keep them functioning even through disaster. We’ve also repaired and restored the water system in the city of Jenderes in Northern Syria, which supplies water to around 17,000 people daily.
of Syria’s population suffers from food insecurity
Syrian refugees were registered with UNHCR in Jordan, as of April 2022
Syrian children no longer have consistent access to school