Sponsor a Child in Lebanon

Sponsor a child for just 50p a day and help build a brighter future for children in Lebanon!



The Prophet (saw) was reported to have said:


The one who cares for an orphan and myself will be together in Paradise like this,” and he held his two fingers together to illustrate.


Build and Orphan Home in Lebanon


Sponsor an orphan in Lebanon

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Almost a quarter of Lebanon’s population now consists of Syrian refugees.

Many of these people have been forced to flee with nothing but the clothes on their backs – and some children have tragically had to make the journey without their parents. The 1.5 million Syrian refugees are putting enormous pressure on an already stretched economy in Lebanon; and many Syrian refugee children and Lebanese street kids are suffering as a result.

At Penny Appeal, we believe that every child deserves a happy, healthy childhood and the opportunity to build a brighter future. Sponsor a child in Lebanon and help make that vision a reality.

Your sponsorship helps provide nutritious meals, clothes, healthcare, an education and a dedicated guardian for an orphan, refugee or vulnerable child in Lebanon – all in a loving and caring home.

For just 50p a day, you can sponsor an orphan in Lebanon, and give a vulnerable child the chance to break out of poverty and build a better future for themselves.

Be OrphanKind for just 50p a day

50p a day can provide...

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OrphanKind Welcome Pack

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When you sponsor a child in Palestine, you'll receive a welcome pack so you can get to know your sponsored child a little better. Every year we'll send you two feedback reports so you can see exactly how your support is transforming a child’s life for the better.

It's a beautiful gift to care for a child, so please sponsor an orphan in Lebanon today!

*Donating to OrphanKind will help us support countless of vulnerable orphans across the world and provide them a brighter future. Your generous donation will be used to sponsor orphans in one of the thirty countries we are working in, including Lebanon.