Aleppo's Citadel ● Aleppo ● 2018
Maronite Cathedral ● Aleppo ● 2018
Maronite Cathedral's Altar ● Aleppo ● 2018
To serve and support Syrian families
Hope - Justice - Modesty - Responsibility - Listening
HOPE CENTER is an ecumenical organization, established at the beginning of 2018 under the guidance of Archbishop George Abo-Khazen of the Latin church in Syria and supervised by the Sisters of Jesus and Mary.
We work to help Syrian families to restore the balance and stability into their lives through many initiatives that focus on the family, which we consider the most important unit to build a healthy and successful community.
Starting with the main provider of the family to help him/her in reviving their previous jobs or giving them a chance of starting their own projects that would provide them with an income which will cover their daily needs. This is a step in rebuilding the country’s economic structure on a micro level.
We care about women empowerment, to encourage the abused, weak women in society to work and be independent in their own life.
The youths, to prepare them to enter the work field and be creative and functional individuals.
We also care deeply about the children and how to return the joy and hope to their lives, in addition to well education.
We thank our main donor Caritas Poland
Al-Sakhour street ● Aleppo ● 2018
Our primary interest is aiding Christians through financing their own micro-projects that would provide them with income to preserve their dignity and alleviate the calamities of the crisis. The team at Hope Center reviews and evaluates the projects and the extent to which the applicant has planned for his/her idea. If accepted, the center starts providing funds for the project to initiate. Besides aiding Christians in need, this initiative aims for reviving the city of Aleppo that has lost most of its economic structure.
The Christian initiatives in Aleppo have lost the ability to do most of their common activities due to the war and the financial crisis. By supporting these initiatives, the center aims to give them a chance to continue supporting their activities through a micro-project. The micro-project should also serve a purpose related to the Christian message of the organization.
We are currently receiving applications for upcoming projects at HOPE CENTER
Bitros Orfahli is a married man who has a son in the eleventh grade and a daughter in the sixth...
Fajeh is a married man, he has a young daughter, he and his family are looking after his paralyzed mother...
Tony has a daughter and two sons, one is a soldier and the other is engaged and he is preparing...
We continue to support educational ecclesial projects
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Al-Jdaideh street ● Aleppo ● 2018
Given statements and opinions about HOPE CENTER
Your existence is an act of faith in front of this grand disaster that we are living, and through you, the church is being able to help its sons and our brothers from other religions, and that is the bed stone for a cohabiting future that we can all live in as a one big family. We thank you for the effort you are putting, and the hope that you create for people.Georges Abou Khazen
Apostolic Vicar of the Latin vicariate in Syria
The beneficiaries should be contributors of change and hope, not just the receiving part, and to be independents that what giving them respect and meaning to what they do, we should give them the spirit and hope and guide them to new ways. God who sent Jesus to bring us hope and life, may he guide you and bless this group which I have touched amongst what kindness truly is.Monica Joseph
Superior general of the congregation of the religious of Jesus and Mary
The structure of Hope Center’s team is essentially active in the community, and has a deep view for its needs, they’re on the right path to achieve their true goal of helping the society and youths to continue with bigger hope.Essa Tahhan
Associate Programme Coordinator (Education) - UNESCO
Your existence in Aleppo as a work team is vital for the Christian community to keep the Hope alive, we love you and may God bless you. We also pray for all the donors and benefactors who are helping our people in Aleppo.Joseph Tobji
Bishop of the Maronite Church
We are one family dedicated to accomplish the Christian mission through our values.