Put your generosity to work

Donations are the life and blood of Lebanon Trust. Without your generous contribution, we would not be able to provide any support at all!

Complete financial transparency is guaranteed to our donors. Each year, donors receive a full report that details our activities, accomplishments and financial situation. You will know exactly what your generosity has helped create, and where the money has gone. You can even see it with your own eyes, if you come to Lebanon as a volunteer with us.

On this website we post regular updates about our work, our funding and our supporting trips to Lebanon.

Donations can be made by credit card, PayPal account or bank transfer (Ireland-based donors please see here):

Lebanon Trust (Ireland)
Account number 16253669
Sort code 99-06-51
IBAN: IE23 IPBS 9906 5116 2536 69

Permanent TSB Bank
134 Blanchardstown Shopping Centre
Blanchardstown – Dublin 15 – Ireland

Our goal in 2017 is to raise

  • € 8’000 to help finance one year’s worth of funding for the school bus, the electricity generator and the classrooms’ heating. Many parents work and cannot take their children to school, so the school bus is essential to the kids’ education; power black-outs are a daily occurence, and Lebanon is cold in winter! (more information on this page)

With Lebanon Trust, your generosity goes a long way. A few examples:

  • € 30 pays attendance of the summer camp, and 1 month of transport to/from school for 1 FAID pupil
  • € 250 pays 1 month of full education for 1 pupil, including board and medical expenses
  • € 50 pays for 1 month of boarding and medical expenses for 1 FAID pupil, or 6 months of kindergarten for 1 refugee child
  • € 500 pays for 1 month of speech therapy for FAID’s pupils, or 1 year of kindergarten for all of Chatila’s refugee kids
  • € 100 pays 1 month of food, heating, books, medical treatment, transport for 1 pupil or 1 year of kindergarten for 1 refugee child
  • € 3000 pays for 1 year of full education, medical expenses, board and transport for 1 pupil