The Lebanese Crisis 30 years following the end of the civil war Lebanon is still experiencing electricity shortages, rising prices and food insecurity.

Help provide food for Lebanon’s families. Support the Lebanon Rugby Social Impact Fund through Friends of Lebanon Rugby.

The Lebanese Crisis

In October 2019 Lebanon took to the streets to demand change. Since then, the economy has plummeted. As the Lebanese Lira continues to fall in value the cost of living is rising across Lebanon. Families are struggling to feed themselves, pay for basic services and cover their rent.

The situation took a devastating turn with the August 2020 Beirut port explosion. Estimates range, but above 50% of the population now appears to be living in poverty, with no end to the decline in sight. Help us provide funding to the Lebanon Rugby Social Impact Fund where we will run independent campaigns as well as provide donations to the Lebanese Red Cross and Beit Al Baraka.

HOW YOU CAN HELP

The Crisis in Numbers

Thirty years following the end of the civil war Lebanon is still experiencing electricity shortages, rising prices and food insecurity. We want to help where we can.
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