To Lebanon Trust


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Lebanon Trust is a Charity created by a group of Irish and international volunteers who know and love Lebanon and its people. It is a private, nonprofit organisation with no political or religious affiliations. It is officially registered in the Republic of Ireland (see below).

Its purpose is to assist the needy people of Lebanon by helping them

– integrate into society
– uphold their dignity, and
– build their life.

The Trust’s work focuses primarily on children and children’s institutions in Lebanon.

The help Lebanon Trust provides consists of practical work and financial support. The Trust has no paid staff. All funds go directly to the people we help.

Lebanon Trust relies on a network of volunteers.

Want to know more? Just drop us a line or see our FAQ.

Official stuff

Lebanon Trust is a Charity registered in the Republic of Ireland, granted charitable tax exemption under the provisions of Section 207 Taxes Consolidation Act 1997, under reference CHY 19091 (we are listed on Irish Revenue’s “List of Bodies with Charitable Tax Exemption“. This link opens in a new tab).

Lebanon Trust also has the status of “Eligible Charity” for the purposes of Section 848A Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 (we are on Irish Revenue’s official list. This link opens in a new tab). Ireland-based donors: please see here for tax relief opportunities.

In addition, Lebanon Trust is registered with the Charities Regulatory Authority of Ireland, Registered Charity Number (CRA Number) 20074449. Details on this page (opens link in a new tab).