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SOLIDARITE RAMADAN - Une famille en grande précarité

SOLIDARITE RAMADAN - Une famille en grande précarité

Assalam 3aleykoum wa rahmatala wa barakathu ⚠️⚠️ 2 Familles musulmanes en situation de précarité sur Nancy ⚠️⚠️ NOUS EN APPELONS A LA SOLIDARITÉ DE LA OUMMA 🤲 ✅Les familles ont été visité PAR NOS SOINS sur place✅Et leur situation a été soigneusement vérifiée ☝️Nous nous engageons a leur remettre vos amanas devant الله☝️ 🚨 La maman est enceinte OFFRONS lui une grossesse DIGNE🍼🍼🍼🍼🍼🍼🍼🍼 🚨 Les enfants n'ont pas de quoi se vêtir convenablement OFFRONS leur des vêtements DIGNES pour le 3eid 🚨Ces familles sont même sans réfrigérateur pour conserver leurs aliments en 2020 en France ! OFFRONS leur un frigo pour leur faciliter le quotidien Cette cagnotte nous permettra selon la somme récolté de leur permettre de vivre dignement en : - régularisant leur loyer 🏠(ils sont menacés d'expulsion) - achetant les produits nécessaires à leur besoins quotidiens hygiénique ou alimentaire🍎🍉🥕🍼🥟 - achetant un réfrigérateur neuf ou d'occasion- achetant des vêtements pour leur enfants (dons de vêtements en BON ETAT possible sur Nancy 👟👕👖🧣🧤🧥 contactez le 0674284422 (ceylin). Dons de vetement possible en moselle contactez le 0788161020(celia) ☝🏼Le prophète 3alehy salat wa salam nous a dit : UNE AUMONE NE DIMINUE EN RIEN UNE RICHESSE (muslim)☝🏼 ⚠️??NOS TABLES SONT BIEN GARNIES AL HAMDOULILAH PENSONS A CELLES DES AUTRES NOUS SERONT QUESTIONNÉS ??⚠️ Pour plus d'informations ou pour des dons en direct sur⛳ Nancy n'hésitez pas à contacter☎️ ceylin (0674284422)

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Helping out a gay refugee

Helping out a gay refugee

Hi there, to whoever is reading this. My name is Rammah Alashkar I’m a 23-year-old Arab gay boy from Syria, who is currently in French Guiana and in the need of much help, Here is my story so that maybe you could understand where I’m coming from and how maybe you could eventually help me.Everything started in my homeland Syria. Maybe everyone already knows about the situation that's going on there currently, but if not I’ll tell you. Syria has been in a very violent and severe war for almost 9 years now. In 2017 I had to flee my country and leave my entire life behind so that I didn't get drafted in the army to give my service (which basically meant to go and die). I came to Venezuela, a country where the entire culture was different and I barely knew anyone. I was so devastated as I left home, my friends and my life in Syria behind and sadly enough for me things didn't go better. I’m grateful that I could flee and survive don't get me wrong, but Venezuela had been also having their own issues with economy, politics and also safety, there I had to stay for two years in one room on the building of a couple of relatives. This room had a broken ac, a non-working fridge, and a very old broken bed. This wasn't enough to get me fully down tho, as I said I stayed two years there, what was really crushing me was the disconnect from culture, other humans and from myself. I started to get really depressed because I was being discriminated for acting differently and yelled at for not “trying” enough to invest myself in this new life of mine. But this felt like no life for me, each second of every day I felt unhappy. I had to leave.Thankfully enough my parents helped me out with some money to go to French Guiana cause there they were accepting people who fled from Venezuela. The problem was that the place where I was supposed to arrive in French Guiana belonged to my homophobic uncle, with whom I already had had problems. This wasn't the first time that I was discriminated from my relatives because of my sexuality, it happened a lot to in the place where I stayed at in Venezuela, I hadn't been out but people and especially my relatives would give me dirty looks and discriminate me because of my sexuality and for how I was. Therefore I couldn't get to that point again. That's why when I got here to French Guiana I immediately asked for refuge in an LGBTQ+ Center. Things seemed to be having a turning point for me or at least that's what I thought.Now to the present day. I had plans of starting over, getting a job, learn french and leave for France as soon as possible. But finding a job here was very difficult for me not only because I didn't know the language but because people were discriminating against me yet again, and this time it wasn’t only caused by my sexuality but because of my race. And when I finally started school the pandemic happened, I couldn't finish my studies cause I’m quarantined, therefore I couldn't get a job, which led me to not being able to leave for France.I’m very depressed at the moment, it seems like the odds are always against me and I can never get it right. But I’m not giving up yet and to do so I need ur help. You see the LGBTQ+ Center only offers their refugees a place to stay for a certain amount of months, me I have only 2 months left. Even if the pandemic and quarantine are through in a short time, it wouldn't give me the time to save up the money that I need for my plane ticket and save my arrival in France. That's why your donation means so much to me, anything is appreciated.Oh and also, if you’re having troubles through this site my PayPal is( PayPal.me/ramosxcurse )thank you for taking your time of the day to read my story and if you donated thank you so much for giving me hope for a future again. Goodbye :)

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Soutenir une famille d'Ukraine

Soutenir une famille d'Ukraine

Bonjour,Nous sommes une famille d'Ukraine, nous avons dû quitter notre maison et obtenir l'asile temporaire en France. Papa Dima, mère Tanya, fils Lev(7 ans), fille Lola(3 ans) et sœur cadette Dima- Stasya (18 ans, handicapé).Nous avons besoin d’être aidé.1. Un ordinateur portable workstation pour Dima afin qu'il puisse continuer à étudier pour devenir artiste 3D et travailler.Nous avons quitté notre maison sans pouvoir rien amener. Nous avons également besoin de livres pour la formation. De plus, le téléphone de Dima est cassé.2. Stasya a besoin d'aide, elle a un handicap. Il lui est difficile de contrôler les émotions et de comprendre les tâches exactes, mais elle est très gentille et très serviable. Nous devons trouver quelque chose à faire pour elle, peut-être des cours de dessin ou de modélisation. Ou elle pourrait aider dans une organisation, nettoyer ou faire du travail. Il est difficile pour elle de rester à la maison toute la journée.3. Nous avons besoin de fonds pour les cours de français à l’Alliance Française pour notre famille. Ils offrent une réduction aux Ukrainiens, et vous pouvez suivre un cours intensif pour 100 € par semaine et par personne.4. Les enfants ont besoin de vêtements pour la saison chaude, car nous avons quitté la maison en hiver.Nous serons heureux et reconnaissants pour toute aide.Nous avons quitté notre maison à cause de la guerre, qui est arrivée de façon inattendue. Pendant 10 jours, nous nous sommes cachés au sous-sol, l'alarme a augmenté de plus en plus. Cela se reflétait particulièrement chez les enfants, nous avons donc décidé de partir le 11ème jour.La route était très difficile, nous y sommes arrivés pendant 8 jours, nous avons changé 7 nuits et nous avons traversé 6 frontières. En chemin, les enfants avaient la varicelle, nous y sommes arrivés sans voiture, presque tout notre argent a été utilisé pour le voyage.Mathilde nous a rencontrés à Bordeaux. Mathilde et Gilles sont un couple marié avec qui nous vivons depuis 3 semaines. Nous nous sentons bien avec eux, ils sont très gentils et nous aident beaucoup. Les enfants vont déjà à l'école.

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MAKIMEI ORPHANAGE NEEDS A PLACE TO LIVE IN

MAKIMEI ORPHANAGE NEEDS A PLACE TO LIVE IN

Jambo! Hola! Bonjour! Hi! We are Pau Buyreu and Hélène Ballart, two students from Barcelona, Spain. This last August we went to Nairobi, Kenya to volunteer in an orphanage: Makimei children's home. Pau with Kamau and Natasha.Hélène with Ndungu. It was our first time volunteering in Africa and we discovered a whole new world we didn’t fully realised it existed. This orphanage is managed by a single woman, Mama Margarette, with the help of her daughter and brother, Ruth and James. She also gets a lot of help from her oldest orphan, the first kid she hosted, Rachel. Today, she is taking care of over 70 children who were found abandoned in the streets of Nairobi. She is a real life-saver. Mama feeding the kids.As you can imagine, they live very precariously and Mama Margarette struggles day by day to get the orphanage going. They rent a house in Kikuyu, a district in the outskirts of Nairobi. However, they are now facing a really big problem. The owners of the house they rent want to recuperate it, so Mama and the kids have to move out by December. The problem is they don't have enough money, so far, to rent or buy a new place. This means that by December, Mama and all the kids won't have any place to go. This situation is really stressing and urgent. We have created this crowdfunding to raise money so that we can contribute to find a roof for these children. Each contribution, even small amounts, will make a difference. If we all contribute, we might get them a decent place to live, which they truly deserve and need. Helping them is easy for us, let’s make a change! “Oh think twice, it's another day for you and me in paradise.” - Phill Collins We have an instagram page where you can learn more about the orphanage and contact with us: @childrens_home_makimei

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