Projects

CATARACT PROJECT
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KIDS CLUB
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Every Friday, Inma Foundation invites 20-25 kids from the nearby Palestinian refugee camp to our center for English classes, arts and crafts, exercise, hygiene programs and the invaluable lessons of respect, love, faith, and forgiveness in a difficult world. More Photos

CHILD SPONSORSHIP

Inma Foundation works with two Child Sponsorship programs.

For Mission of Mercy, a United States-based organization, we coordinate money transfers and facilitate correspondence between the children and their sponsors. Donations to Mission of Mercy go directly to schools in Lebanese and Bedouin communities, funding child tuition, school supplies and teacher salaries.

Change a Life Lebanon is an Inma program which solicits donors from around the world to sponsor a child in the Bourj al Barajne Palestinian Refugee Camp. These donations, in an effort to improve the quality of life for children, funds school tuition, clothing and renovations following destruction through violence and war. More Photos

VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTER
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Since 2004, Inma’s Vocational Training Center has been educating young minds, age 10 to 17, on electricity, plumbing, English, computer skills, leadership and life responsibility This rare opportunity provides men from the Palestinian refugee camp, who are unable to afford school tuition, a safe place to grow and learn. More Photos

RENOVATION & POST-WAR AID
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In the aftermath of war here in Lebanon, Inma Foundation is a key player in renovations throughout the country. Painting, dry-walling, lighting, construction, electrical repair, plumbing repair and other projects help provide communities with a stable shelter and a sense of pride in their home. More Photos

LADIES BREAKFAST
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Once a month, Inma Foundation hosts dozens of elderly ladies for breakfast, dancing and bonding in our center. Passed through word of mouth in their tight-knit community, the “old ladies breakfast” as it is affectionately called, builds relationships and provides this particular demographic with greater purpose. More Photos

BLANKET PROJECT 2007
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Through a special sponsorship at Mission of Mercy, Inma Foundation helped distribute blankets throughout Lebanon, including schools, mosques, Bedouin neighborhoods Palestinian refugee camps and other communities. In all, we, gave out over 2,000 blankets, helping hundreds of people to keep warm throughout the winter. More Photos

STUDENT LOUNGE
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In 1995, Inma Foundation and partners opened a student center in Beirut’s Hamra District, aiming to build relationships between two local universities and provide a positive and affordable neighborhood gathering place for social events. Today, it thrives with over 100 students visiting daily for pool, kareoke, Internet access, games, movie nights and more–all free of charge. More Photos

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