In Celebration of World Refugee Day, Meet Our Superheroes-In-Training

The children in our Middle East education program have endured traumatic experiences, including losing homes, family members, friends, and any sense of stability. They have all endured nights of ceaseless bombing, narrowly escaped death, trekked many miles across borders into a foreign land, and are now years behind in their education, do not have access to regular meals, and are frequently referred to as "beggars" and "dogs." They are losing hope and finding their identities in being refugees. It has been a rough transition for most children, as they are ostracized for being from another country. Also, their parents are unable to regularly provide for their basic needs since it is difficult for refugees to work legally.

Since beauty comes from ashes, we are dedicated to helping these children to not continue the cycle of destruction and evil, but to find their identities in superheroes who love and serve others through kindness and compassion. We recently put our kids through superhero training, teaching them lessons of what it means to be kind and honest. It was a great day of seeing the kids find joy in their new identities, and an even greater day of celebrating new life, dreams, and hope for a better future for Syria.

If you are interested in investing in the future of one of these children, you can make a tax-deductible one-time donation or sponsor a child monthly. Visit this page for more information.

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HABIB, 3 years old
If you could have any super power what would it be? Fly
What is your dream? To be a pilot

 

RIMA, 6 years old
What is your dream? To be a princess, live in a big mansion, and help people

HANAN, 10 years old
If you could have any super power what would it be? Fly
What is your dream? To be a police officer, protect people, serve the community, and spread peace in the world

AMMAR - 15 years old
If you could have any super power what would it be? Climb walls like Spider Man
What is your dream? To be an engineer, return one day to Syria to help rebuild the future, help people, and spread peace in the world