$900 USD of heating oil coupons for refugees sponsored via Humanwire’s Direct Go service: https://www.humanwire.org/direct
A new coat for Shah https://www.humanwire.org/cause/shah/
Who recognizes this young star? #newcoat #refugees https://www.humanwire.org
Humanwire is growing exponentially. Here’s a pic of me from Mona A Ayoub of Humanwire’s new Lebanon office with this weekend’s distribution (not including $1000 worth of heating fuel and quite a bit of fresh fruit) Have you considered contributing a few dollars for critical food and warm clothes? https://Humanwire.org
JoannThis year my dear friend Lori and I decided to forgo our usual cards and gift exchange and commit the money to a wonderful new online venture
called HUMANWIRE. They put people in one-to-one contact with verified Syrian refugees displaced in Lebanon, a country that is currently overwhelmed with the refugee crisis, and has no formal refugee…[Read more]
If you have considered Humanwire’s new ‘Go’ direct delivery feature for Syrian refugees in Lebanon, as promised, prices will continue to drop for necessities. Here’s a peak at some of the price drops going up tomorrow due to new partnerships we just established yesterday with local vendors in Beirut:
What used to be a $71 USD polyester option for…[Read more]
Today I’m in Lebanon and visited one of the camps we are working with on the border with Syria in Bekaa Valley. In this clip you can see Humanwire’s Lebanon team, Mona A Ayoub and Ahmed. We sat down with each of the hosted families in their tents to show off their hosts, provide updates on each on their goals and discuss future plans. Most…[Read more]
Spending the evening reconciling this weekend’s deliveries to Syrian refugees. Over twice the amount of fresh food, new blankets and new clothes as the prior delivery. https://www.humanwire.org
Banksy put up a new work yesterday at the Calais ‘Jungle’ refugee camp in France: http://banksy.co.uk/
This is a copy of an email that is going out over the next day to everyone who has participated with hosting, contributing and delivering support to refugees with Humanwire.
After just several weeks of operations we have gone from one to now eighteen hosted campaigns generating direct, effective support value for over…[Read more]
LeesteffyA very big thank you to Americans for Refugees in Crisis for featuring Humanwire as Fundraiser of the Week!
CausesHumanwire Update: We now have 13 campaigns hosted that are generating effective funding for about 150 Syrian refugees. Others in the camps who are seeing the success are asking about signing up. Today in Lebanon we obtained somewhere around 10 new applicants for about 60-80 more people.
AndrewIf you are not signed up for the Humanwire group, come put your brain power to work on how funds should be spent for refugees in need of enhanced living quarters, education, technology, and other innovative, inexpensive, quality solutions for life.
CatherineVia Humanwire Catherine Enfield has just hosted Asad and his nephew Omar. Both are currently living on the streets in Beirut. It’s too late to receive assistance from the UNHCR as they are no longer accepting to provide for more refugees in Lebanon.
ChristopherHumanwire is so incredibly powerful because it puts faces and names to the crisis. I had an idiot on the Internet post that the refugee crisis was a giant liberal media lie (you can guess his political persuasion) and ask, ‘how many of you have spoken to a single refugee?’ Not that it will change an idiot’s mind, but Humanwire is THE…[Read more]
MohammadYou have seen this kid before (my profile pic). Now he’s sponsored and his campaign is live, meet Mohammad who has spent his entire life in a refugee camp:
*Humanwire is having a hockey-stick moment like I’ve never experienced before, not even with Rocketboom or Know Your Meme.