“Yes, certain actions might be drops in a bucket,” said Nicholas Kristoff,
New York Times columnist,
“but that’s how we fill buckets.”
Our Ongoing Advocacy
The Syrian conflict has displaced over 11 million people: half the pre-war population. Donations help us:
bring speakers to our partner universities
host film screenings and music events
spearhead clothing and supply drives for local families
implement education outreach projects in the U.S. and abroad
support crowdfunding initiatives that help displaced Syrians in Turkiye, Jordan, and Lebanon go to college
promote policy initiatives in DC that benefit TPS holders in the U.S. and measures toward accountability for war crimes in Syria
See what we've been doing from 2016 till now on our EVENTS page.
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization and your donations are tax-deductible: EIN 81-3122487
We sometimes get messages saying that far too often, the survival of individual students and their families depends on their encounters with compassionate people who help them access the resources they need to be independent. It's individuals like you, plugging the gaps, who produce real consequences.
Thank you for your generosity in support of our work,
~ The Scholars for Syria Team