The Family of Saint Sharbel continues to support families affected by the Beirut blast. Distribution of food parcels has increased to cover around 200 families per month, check the video.
Please help us distribute more food parcels.
As of this week, the Family of Saint Sharbel had to slightly modify its response to the Aug. 4 Beirut blast: distribution of sandwiches has been stopped, and house repairs have been slowed due to other priorities. Distribution of food parcels has increased to cover around 200 families per month and we are still providing 600 hot meals per day.
The Family of Saint Sharbel in the US (501 c3) is calling on all who can help to consider contributing to help the people of Beirut. Your help is needed and appreciated.
Check what people are saying about how the Family of Saint Sharbel helped them fix their homes after the Beirut blast:
“The explosion went off, and for the first 10 seconds, we lost track of what was happening. I was shocked to see there were no more windows or doors. All was broken, TV's, microwave, AC... Thanks to the Family of Saint Sharbel, we were able to fix a large part of our house…”
“We arrived home to find our house all damaged including all exterior doors and windows especially the dining and living rooms. All the doors were pulled out. We thank God for the Family of Saint Sharbel who since the explosion happened, they kept supporting us…”
Help is still desperately needed. The Family of Saint Sharbel in the US (501 c3) is calling on all who can help to consider contributing to help the people of Beirut.
The Family of Saint Sharbel, USA Inc. is a US non-profit organization exempt from federal income tax under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 501 (c)(3). Therefore, you can deduct the contribution you made to the Family of Saint Sharbel USA under IRC Section 170. For your records, our Federal Identification Number is 81-5056370