The Leading Provider of Humanitarian Aid to Syria

About Sunrise-USA

Founded in 2011 by a group of Syrian-American professionals, Sunrise-USA a 501 (c) 3 Organization is now one of the leading NGO’s in the United states focused on providing humanitarian assistance to Syrians both inside Syria and in neighboring countries.

Why Syria

Over the past seven years, the conditions in Syria have steadily gotten worse. In March 2013, 1 million Syrians had fled their homes. Five years later, the number skyrocketed to 11 million men, women and children who have fled their homes fearing for their lives.

Everyday is a struggle. Our children sleep hungry, their cries silence as they lose strength. We eat every other day to save whatever rice or wheat supplies we have… eventually we will have no more. 

Programs

As we push forward with our work, it’s also vital we remember everything we’ve already achieved. Thanks to your support, Sunrise-USA was able to establish multiple programs to help Syrians.

Education

We have recently completed four school buildings and supplied books, backpacks and materials to students.

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Orphan Sponsorship

The Orphans Sponsorship Program costs only $50 per month, which equates to $600 per year.

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Healthcare

With the support of our donors, Sunrise-USA has helped establish a clinic in Istanbul as well as a polyclinic.

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Ramadan

During this blessed month of Ramadan, we want to keep 5,000 more young children in school for the school year 2018-2019.

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Zakat

Zakat should be calculated and paid on any surplus wealth that you have owned for at least one lunar year.

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Udhiya

Sunrise USA will distribute Udhiya inside Syria due to urgent need this year. Tens of thousands of families are expected to receive

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Emergency Response

Syrians are in desperate need of food and winter aid. As the leading provider of humanitarian aid in Syria, Sunrise-USA works

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Food Aid

What used to be flourishing cities all across Syria are now a state of complete ruin and families have resorted to eating grass to stay

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