Globally we are experiencing a challenge like never before. A challenge that calls for resilience & courage. At CRP resilience is a community effort. Emergency food aid and keeping families safe and healthy are critically important and the current focus of CRP’s efforts in Jordan. Refugees have no safety nets, so we need your help to support emergency services. Even a small gesture can make a world of difference for someone in need.
One year after fleeing Iraq,
my little family became part of
Collateral Repair Project’s big family.
Supporters have provided emergency assistance and 32 resilience-building programs for more than 6400 families.
Your donation will rapidly respond to the COVID-19 crisis.
We Need 35 Monthly Donors And $60,000 To Reach Our Campaign Goal.
Current Monthly Donors 26
Balanced & Wholesome Family Food Package While in Quarantine.
Psycho-Social, Educational, and Parenting Support for 10 Families.
15 Educational & Vocational Classes for Over 300 People in the Community.
“Thanks to CRP, we’re able to feed our 5 children every month and take care of our basic needs. All of my kids are active participants in CRP’s youth programs. My daughter Sara’s reading and writing finally developed after she joined the SuperGirls program. Every day she reads stories to us! My sons Naser and Kareem have an outlet for all their energy in CRP’s kickboxing program, and I love that they can make use of their free time and also benefit their health and well being. Even me! I received vocational beauty training at CRP, and I now cut and style my own —and my neighbors’—hair!”
STORIES FROM OUR COMMUNITY
Collateral Repair Project (CRP) is a grassroots effort to bring much-needed assistance to refugees and other victims of war and conflict—those commonly referred to as “collateral damage.” We run an Emergency-Assistance Program that provides food vouchers, fuel, mattresses, and other materials to refugees who do not receive aid or have their basic needs covered. We also manage a vibrant Community Center, where families can rebuild social ties and participate in activities such as English classes, support groups, computer training, and wellness sessions.
We are located in Amman, Jordan—temporary home to hundreds of thousands of Iraqi and Syrian refugees.
CRP is a 501(c) (3) nonproﬁt organization.