Maram Foundation has been at the forefront of assisting Syrian refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) since the conflict began.
Together for a better tomorrow
Atmeh Camp, Al Hikma School
The School was established in February 2013, first with tents serving as classrooms. A few months later in September 2013, the children began a new school year in a new building constructed specifically for their education. The new facility also protects them from pervasive weather conditions, ensuring that they have a place to go regardless of the changing weather circumstances.
The Bayti “My Home” Orphanage was founded by the Maram Foundation for Relief and Development in September 2015 in the city of Reyhanli, situated in Southern Turkey. The location was in response to the Syrian refugees community most vulnerable population needs. Reyhanli hosts approximately 94,000 people; 66,000 Syrian refugees, half of them children. (16,000 boys and 15,200 girls) living outside camps.
Every dollar earned will go straight to helping those most in need – the refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs). Think of everything that you use daily: clothing, food, baby formula. All of this needs to be secured for the women, men and children of this war.
Formed by Syrian-American activists in response to the overwhelming humanitarian catastrophe facing the Syrian people, The Maram Foundation strives to provide humanitarian relief to those most in need – the refugees and IDPs.
Spread the Smiles
There are many projects all over Syria where volunteers work hard every day to provide the basic needs in an IDPs life. Over the past two years we have completed many projects in Syria as well as other countries around the world.