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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.



There are many ways that you can support Mercy Without Limits projects in Syria.

Earthquake Appeal

Families in Northern Syria are in need of assistance. Your donations will help us support them directly, by providing them with food, shelter and daily necessities.

Sponsor an Orphan

You can sponsor an orphan in need and provide them with food, clothing, healthcare and an education that will enable them to pursue their dreams.

Widow Support

Providing for widows in need helps them care for their children and enables their independence with long-term sustainability.

Education Support

You can donate to our education program and ensure students in Syria receive access to quality education.

Food Aid

You can donate food baskets to families in need all year around and provide a family with food staples that will last them for a month.

Shelter Aid

You can donate to build a tent for a Syrian family living in a refugee camp.

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 around 400 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.

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of Syria’s population suffers from food insecurity

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Syrian refugees were registered with UNHCR in Jordan, as of April 2022


Syrian children no longer have consistent access to school