While some members of the Alalusi Foundation team were sharing knowledge on dental hygiene and relaxation techniques for Syrian refugee widows, Maggie Conroy and Suha Abbasi were working with kids and adults to express themselves therapeutically with art.
During our recent trip to Lebanon and Jordan, two members of the Alalusi Foundation team put to use their professional skills in dentistry
Alalusi Foundation is pleased to support the fine work of Homs League Abroad in their program centers based in Lebanon and Jordan.
In the US, donations to this cause can be given through the Alalusi Foundation.
If you were unable to attend our two informational events last weekend, February 17th and 18th, you missed
An Urgent Call for Help Please join us this weekend – February 17th and 18th, 2018 at two events to learn about the Syrian Refugee widows and orphans being supported by the work of Homs League Abroad! Save the dates!
From projects in Xadhadhan and Bunhodle which include two clinics, a school, and an agriculture project that provides well-drilling, water storage, and irrigation projects, Alalusi Foundation is working to make a difference.Medical ReliefIn the almost decade of supporting programs in Somalia, the Alalusi Foundation has strived to make the most impact with targeted aid. From shipping a […]
The loss of family and displacement of persons internally and externally continues to plague Iraq. Alalusi Foundation has assisting the Iraqi people since 2003. Iraq Orphan Project Our signature program, the Iraq Orphans Project (IOP) works within – not against – cultural and religious norms for a working solution to one of Iraq’s most intractable […]
The Alalusi Foundation is pleased to share The Mercury Times article from the January 12, 2018 Community News section.
The Alalusi Foundation is bringing attention and training to this underserved aspect of refugee healthcare.