Syria Crisis Appeal
Five years of conflict in Syria have had devastating effects on young and old alike. Half the population of Syria have become displaced from their homes and over 4 million people have become refugees. More than a quarter of a million people have been killed.
Thanks to your generosity, our Syria Crisis Appeal has raised more than £3 million since it was launched and has enabled our partners to provide support to communities in desperate need.
We’re working with Syrian refugees in Lebanon and Iraq, providing support to some of the most vulnerable refugees including women who have experienced gender-based violence, and those with disabilities.
Latest update: how we're responding >
How you can help
With your support we will be able to reach even more people in desperate need.
Church resources and collections
To hold a collection during your church service, order our emergency envelopes quoting F1952 by calling 0870 0787788.
Christian Aid partners are providing essential services to families.
Voices from Syria
What our partners are doing to help those affected by the conflict.
Pray for those affected by the crisis.
Host a concert to raise money for our neighbours in Syria.
Comment by Christian Aid US
28 January 2014 - Christian Aid disassociates itself entirely from comments made by an American organisation of the same name that they are proselytizing among Syrian refugees in Jordan.
We regard linking the providing of basic supplies with evangelism as against all the principles of humanitarian aid provision.
Any Christian group using the unfolding tragedy in Syria as an opportunity to proselytize is endangering the lives of other Christian organisations working in the region who, like us, provide aid where it is needed, to people of all faiths, and none.