With the current United States administration’s decision to defund UNRWA, the Agency faces an unprecedented funding crisis and millions of Palestine refugees could lose access to UNRWA services.
It's going to take all of us standing together to fund UNRWA's work so the Agency can continue serving Palestine refugees.
Mental health programs for kids in Gaza
Donating to or participating in our Gaza 5K walk/runs funds UNRWA's Community Mental Health Programme.
UNRWA food assistance in the Gaza Strip
This Ramadan, create a lifeline for Palestine refugees by providing UNRWA food assistance to families in the Gaza Strip. Nearly one million Palestine refugees in Gaza depend on UNRWA for food assistance, given four times a year to families living under the poverty line. Food assistance is a lifeline; please help UNRWA provide it.
University Scholarship Fund
Learn more about supporting the education of a university student here.
oPt Emergency Assistance
Help us meet the most urgent needs of Palestine refugees affected by the devastating effects of the protracted crisis in the occupied Palestinian territory.
Jarah Alhawamdeh, a 22-year-old Palestine refugee, is a cancer survivor and amputee and the first Palestine refugee mountain climber with an artificial limb. He's currently climbing Mount Everest with the goal of fundraising $1,000,000 to save his UNRWA school.
Back to School campaign
Despite relentless efforts to attain new funding from other countries and donors, UNRWA still needs $217 million to sustain its work for 2018. As a result, UNRWA's 711 schools may not open this September.
What's at risk is the education, stability, and future of 526,000 refugee children who are already facing tremendous adversity and challenges.