We have partnered up with AusRelief!

Together we aim to make a difference!


With 10% of the proceeds going towards supporting those in need, together we're helping in more ways than one. 


Here’s how it works:



Why AusRelief?

In light of the circumstances surrounding the Middle East at present, there are a multitude of reasons why they need our help right now. 

This is where AusRelief comes in.


AusRelief is working tirelessly, to help improve the current situations, by using the donations in/with:



The purchase and maintenance of Ambulance vehicle
Medical aid and surgeries
Food aid



After violence erupted on Friday, the Palestinian Red Crescent Society has reported that more than 300 Palestinians have been injured. The death toll has reached 72 including 17 children. Medical resources are depleted and difficult to access.
The closure of Gaza limits access to educational, economic and other opportunities, medical care, clean water and electricity for the nearly 2 million Palestinians who live there.

Eighty percent of Gaza’s population depend on international humanitarian aid.



What is currently happening in Lebanon?

Lebanon is once again reeling from a catastrophe and their field office has already deployed first responders to assist the authorities.
Political inaction and the devaluation of the Lira, Lebanon's official currency, have contributed to a growing wave of anger, frustration and desperation. The crisis, combined with the coronavirus lockdown, has put at least half of the Lebanese population under the poverty line. Earlier this year, the World Bank projected that at least 50% of the country would become poor -- up from nearly 30% last October.
Lebanon declared a state of emergency in an attempt to control the spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19). A national lockdown was implemented, making refugee and marginalised families even more vulnerable.
Nearly every day, the snowball effect of Lebanon's economic meltdown brings new developments. Prices have surged -- the situation is verging on hyper-inflation -- and fuel shortages have plunged the country into darkness, with power outages lasting almost 24 hours. Several individuals took their own lives, with local media reports suggesting that the suicides were linked to economic hardship caused by the crisis.

What is AusRelief doing in Lebanon?

All donations made are allocated to projects in infrastructure, food, medical, hygiene and education in order to help the people of Lebanon get back on their feet.
In addition, we have a mobile clinic that has been deployed in various locations attending to people who need urgent medical attention. The Mobile Clinic is a specialised vehicle equipped with basic medical devices, loaded with medicines and multiple areas for examinations and tests that reach those in need.
They also support the distribution of medicine to vulnerable families as well as emergency cases which include urgent surgeries and oxygen respirators for COVID-19 patients.
They have deployed personnel and volunteers to assist with emergency food parcels as well as distributing hygiene packs which include masks, sanitisers, soaps, and other material.

Syrian refugees

Who are the Syrian people?

The Syrians are a diverse ethnic and religious people from the Syrian Arab Republic, mainly consisting of Levantine people such as Syrian Arabs, Kurds, Turkomans, Arameans, Assyrians and Armenians.

Syrians speak Syrian Arabic as a mother tongue, with Kurdish, Armenian and Turkmen amongst other spoken dialects and languages.

All Syrian ethnic groups have been affected by the war as the Syrian Civil War stemming from the war which has been ongoing since 2011. This war has caused the largest refugee crisis since the WW11 with many refugees traveling travelling to other countries for safety.


What is the Syrian Refugee Crisis?

Syrian refugees have fled their homes and country seeking protection because of the civil war as of March 2011. Many have been displaced because of civil unrest causing them to flee for their lives.

It is estimated that about 13.5 million Syrian refugees are dispersed throughout the world, and according to the UNHCR, an estimated 4.8 million fleeing to Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, Egypt and Turkey.

Syrian refugees are fleeing their homes because of violence, broken infrastructure and displacement as its main cause.

They conflict has also gotten worse with the intervention of foreign military powers with many Syrians having to face daily violence with nowhere to live.

The lack of food, resources and shelter are also a major cause for Syrians fleeing the country with nowhere to go.

Syrian asylum seekers also suffer from malnutrition, manipulation, forced labour, disease and basic amenities to lead functional lives.


AusRelief’s efforts in helping the Syrian Refugee Crisis

AusRelief is a not for profit organisation and charity that seeks to help asylum seekers and refugees across the globe.

AusRelief has helped the Syrian refugee crisis by donating food, water, tents, hygiene and medical care and assistance. We have been supporting many of the Syrian refugees namely in neighbouring Lebanon, & Turkey.

Yemeni refugees

The United Nations estimates that about 14 million Yemeni civilians are facing pre-famine conditions, which means that they're 100% reliant on external aid for survival.
If insufficient action is taken, the country could be engulfed by unprecedented famine in the next three months. More than two per 10,000 people will die each day, with acute malnutrition in children exceeding 30%.
There are food programs in place, but not nearly enough to feed half of Yemen's starving population. Our mission is to distribute food parcels in the poorest parts of the country where aid is hard to come by.

A donation of AUD$150 buys:

2 kilograms of beans, 2 kilograms of rice, 2 kilograms of green lentils, 2 kilograms of sugar, 2 kilograms of flour, 2 kilograms of pasta, 4 kilograms of bulgur, 2 litres of sunflower oil, 700 grams of black olives, 750 ml of shampoo, 300 grams of soap, 500 grams of salt, 350 grams of halwa

The more donations we receive, the more families we can assist in war-torn Yemen. Please support our relief mission by donating now.