We hope this Eid al-Fitr is filled with peace, happiness, and delicious food. To all our supporters, thank you for making this Ramadan and Eid joyful for our Syrian refugee community members. Continue reading “Eid Mubarak from the Syrian Community Network!”
To all those who are observing, we hope this final week of Ramadan is joyful, enriching, and meaningful for you and your families.
As the month of Ramadan comes to a close, we would like to announce our final, multipart Ramadan Weekly Challenge!
Announcing Week 3 of the Ramadan Weekly Challenge: Help us reach $15,000 by next week!
For the past three years, the Syrian Community Network has worked to provide a warm welcome and support to refugee families. The services we have provided were made possible by the strong and generous backing we have received from our community.
Suzanne Akhras is the founder and executive director of the Syrian Community Network, a non-profit group that helps Syrian refugees assimilate into the U.S. The organization has offices in Atlanta, Chicago, Phoenix and San Diego. There, Syrian refugees can learn English, get financial help, drop off their kids for after-school programs, and most importantly, feel like part of a community.