Aleppo Earthquake Refugees Salesian Center
Humanitarian Project- Feb 2023

The Earthquake and aftershocks in Aleppo left thousands of Refugees without homes. The Salesian, Don Bosco centers in Aleppo had received over 800 refugees and 300 in Kafroun center, both centers had given shelters, fed people daily, given health and mental support including 30 children. We hope to raise $10,000, and for a grant to help the centers continue to provide shelter, food, and supplies to the local people who have no place to go. This is an ongoing project until the refugee situation is eased, and housing provided. Mr. Johnny Azar is the program director for Salesian Don Bosco Middle East centers in Beirut, Damascus, Aleppo, Kafroun and provides assistance to Fr. Georges Fattal based in Aleppo center, and Fr. Simon Zakarian in charge of Kafroun and Beirut centers.

Togetherness US is a nonprofit charitable organization established in 2021 with the mission of helping Syrians navigate the hardships of an ongoing 12-year war and the recent Earthquake which added more insult to injury hardship to the Syrian people.
*Any goods, services or funds provided by Togetherness US to programs located in this country were administered in compliance with applicable laws and regulations, including sanctions administered by the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC).

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Togetherness US and supporters raised funds and sent grant to help the Don Bosco centers in Aleppo and Kafroun with expenses for food, medicine and necessary supplies. In May 2023, Togetherness US president Mr. Jalal Bachour visited the center and met with the director Fr. Geoge Fattal and toured the facility. On July 6, Fr. Timothy Ploch director of Salesians USA sent a letter of appreciation to Togetherness US board and donors.

“Than you for your generous donation in for Father George Fattal, SDB for Don Bosco Center to care for the earthquake victims in Aleppo/Kafroun, Syria. Your compassion for those suffering and left devastated by these deadly quakes means so much to us. I pray that God will bless you abundantly for your compassion.”
— Fr. Timothy Ploch

“My brothers and sisters, thanks to all who donated to help our community who suffered from the earthquake disaster. May God bless you abundantly”.
— Fr. Geoge Fattal


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