There is a modern day genocide taking place right now
Why are we not being told by the mainstream media that the jihadist terrorists are slaughtering entire Christian villages, brutally raping Christian women and joyfully beheading Christian prisoners?
As CNSNews.com has reported, groups aiding Syrian Christians say many of those who have left the country avoid UNHCR refugee camps due to safety fears, instead seeking shelter with charitable organizations, churches or relatives in surrounding countries.
We live under a biblical mandate of faithful stewardship and believe that every child's life is valued and holds the same potential, excitement and opportunity as any other life.
With your support and through our global network of nonprofits on the ground that have a deep understanding of these local communities surrounding Syria, we identify those most in need and provide ongoing help to these children and their families suffering the most horrific conditions, that otherwise would receive little or no help at all.
EVERY CHILD DESERVES A FUTURE
820,000 Syrian Children have been killed in 6 years of war
4 million children have suffered extreme psychological trauma - had their house bombed, loss of a loved one, suffered injuries or sold into sex slavery.
50% are no longer in school - losing out on essential education and social development
80% of Syrian girls & boys are experiencing unimaginable hardship - growing up with stress and insecurity of war, at risk of potentially lifelong mental & health disorders.
We Must Act Now before it’s too late, before an entire generation of children suffer beyond repair.
YOU CAN CHANGE A CHILDS FUTURE
“Christians are the most persecuted religious group in the world”
(CNS News) Harassment of Christians is “the highest in the Middle East and North Africa (90% of countries).” The harassment includes “physical assaults, arrests and detentions. In Syria and Iraq, the persecution of Christians is carried out largely by radical Muslims.
In September 2013, 36 Muslim religious leaders issued a fatwa allowing Sunni Muslims to seize the property belonging to Christians or other non-Muslim religious groups. Numerous Christians and Christian religious leaders became victims of kidnappings.
“Many people are executed as a result of a death penalty imposed by the extremist groups in breach of the rules of due process and fair trial, and often without any trial at all. Such executions continue and the death penalty is used as a punishment for failing to convert or failing to adhere to Islamic sharia law.
“Furthermore, apart from killings and executions, religious minorities are subject to torture, inhuman and degrading treatment, sexual violence, rape, enforced displacement and disappearance. 
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Through our global network of nonprofits on the ground, we can provide ongoing help to children and families in the communities experiencing unimaginable hardship
With your support we can help create a world where every child born, regardless of circumstance, has the opportunity to lead a healthy, happy, productive life.
Testimony on ISIS Genocide: Parents Shown Video of Daughters Raped, Tortured - Given Body Parts in Bags
As the Islamic State continues its genocide against Christians, Yazidis, and other religious minorities in Syria and Iraq, human rights activist and lawyer Jacqueline Isaac testified at the United Nations about some of the atrocities, including parents in Syria who were shown a video of their kidnapped daughters being raped and tortured by ISIS, and then given the dismembered body parts of their daughters in plastic bags.
In her testimony at the U.N., Jacqueline Isaac said, “I stand here today not as a lawyer, but as a fellow human being. I stand with Sanja. I stand with the beautiful, brave, resilient survivors that I spent extensive time with – those that saw their parents killed before them and then taken by ISIS and categorized like merchandise based on whether they thought they were beautiful or not, their age, and whether they were virgins. Like merchandise.”
“And as if that were not enough, they were raped, they were tortured, many committed suicide and died,” said Isaac. “Parents, like many of you today, had children but these children were in captivity,” said Isaac. “They got a knock on their door. They opened that door and they found plastic, black bags.” “The bags had the body parts of their daughters,” testified Isaac. “The body parts of their daughters. And a video! A video of their daughters being raped and tortured.” 
Let’s not leave these children behind.
As human beings search for positions of power and influence, children are often overlooked and suffer the worst outcomes, but Jesus shows us a better way. He welcomed the weakest, to teach us that children are "the apple of God's eye." Psalms 127:3
With your support and through our global network of nonprofits on the ground that have a deep understanding of these local communities surrounding Syria, we identify those most in need and provide ongoing help to children and families in the communities experiencing unimaginable hardship.