"MY NAME IS SUZANNE,...

"My name is Suzanne; I am a 38 years old, mother of 3 teenagers.

My husband deserted us when my 3rd boy was a toddler still. I have been working odd jobs to raise my family and provide them with the basic necessities...

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Widow and mother of 5 kids, R. Fneich is living in a house that doesn't meet the basic criteria for her children and herself; from hygiene to basic necessities:

- Absence of beds to sleep,

- Non-Functional Fridge, Oven and Stove

- Broken Sink and Toilet that are detached from the pipes

 

The house rent hasn't been paid over the past 5 years and she suffers from Back Pain but can't afford a proper consultation or even the necessary treatment.

R. Fneich is currently unemployed, looking for a job that can be done from home so she can look after her kids.

 

Here's how you can help us change R. Family's condition:

- You are or know an Orthopedist willing to give a free consultation

- Donate for a medical consultation

- In-kind donation: 4 Beds and Mattresses, Sheets, Blankets, Pillows

- Bathroom and Kitchen Renovation including: Fridge, Stove, Oven, Kitchen cabinets, Toilet, toilet seat and Sink

 

- Financial donations to cover: - 5 years of unpaid house rent (total of 2,500,000 LL)

- Minimarket debt (total of 1,000,000 LL)

 

- Job offers (sewing) for the mother.

 

How to Donate:

Donate Online

- By bank wire to a Bassma account to the bank that is most convenient to you: See list of bank accounts

or contact us: 01-393077

 

Thank you!

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Nazareth School students’s home visit to BASSMA families
29. Mar 2012
(News & Events)

 

Together with their school representative and BASSMA's Social Worker and Family Coordinator, the students visited four deprived families in Beirut.

 

Each family received a food package that has been collected by the students.

 

During the visit, the students became more aware of the families difficult socio-economic when they were told about their situations. In return, the students were very much interested and asked lots of questions.

 

The father of the first family they visited explained how BASSMA is helping improve his work. Nohra: "BASSMA is making my dream come true by helping me renovate the salon and thus becoming my way out of this poor situation, in addition to all the other services such as the weekly hot meals."

 

The mother of the second family is the only member in the family who has no illness, is not able to work since she has to take care of her mentally sick huband and her 2 daughters that are suffering from Cystic fibrosis (Mucoviscidose). Najwa: "God may have made my girls born with this life threatening disease but he granted them the gift of intelligence and so I'm proud that they are the first in their classes". "BASSMA is helping me at all levels: food, medicines, medical exams, house renovation, activities, clothes, etc., giving me strength and hope to continue to live, especially that they are making it possible for my children to pursue their education".

The students were very much affected by this family and shed in tears once they left their house.

 

The students also visited a widow and her children. The mother told them: "BASSMA helped me to better understand and deal with my husband's death and also to move on and be able to make my children continue their education the way their father wanted."

 

Amyra, the mother of the 4th visited family, burst into tears while explaining how BASSMA was helping her: "BASSMA took me to a psychiatric clinic and is paying for my medicine, and hopefully I will get better soon. Also, when the building collapsed next to us in Achrafieh, I had to move out due to the investigations, and so BASSMA assisted me by delivering food and clothes".

 

After these visits, the students were very much touched by what they have seen and heard, and they debated among each other on more ways to help families and be involved in their society.

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