Where To Donate
Lebanese Red Cross
The Lebanese Red Cross has asked people to donate directly to them as opposed to unauthorised third parties fundraising on their behalf. The organisation currently has 3000 emergency medical technicians and 300+ ambulances in the capital. Donate here.
The non-profit organisation has set up a JustGiving page crowdfunding for disaster relief to support first responders and people who have been affected by the explosion in Beirut. Impact Lebanon says it will also coordinate with non-governmental organisations that require aid in the aftermath of the explosion. Donate here.
Love Love Beirut
Live Love Beirut has pooled funds to help support NGOs on the ground in Beirut. Its crisis relief fund supports charities that are working to treat people affected by the disaster, find people who are still missing and rebuild the city and people’s lives. Donate here.
Beit el Baraka
Beit el Baraka is a Beirut-based non-profit that helps families and elderly people in Lebanon who are struggling with the cost of living. In light of the explosion, the organisation said it is going to help fix the homes of families that were damaged. Donate here.
Save The Children
For over six decades, Save The Children has been working with children and young people in Lebanon. Following the explosion, the organisation has put out an appeal stating that support will be essential over the coming weeks and months as hospitals try to meet the demands of those affected. They've committed to providing medical care and physical and emotional protection for the most vulnerable. Donate here.
Help Locate Victims
Following the explosion, an Instagram account dedicated to finding the victims was created. The account owners have been posting photos of likely victims of the explosion who have been separated from their friends and family, encouraging everyone to share the post to help them reunite.