Update: 16th August 2020
FOOD BOXES FOR LEBANON are being sold at cost at CARREFOUR AVENUES and 360 MALL. They are packed and delivered directly to the affected people through the RED CRESCENT in Kuwait:
Each box contains:
2 kg Rice
1 kg Sugar
1 kg flour
400 gms Pasta
4 cans Tuna
12 * 200 gms Biscuits
500 gms Halawa
400 gms Nido milk
6 * 180 gms Picon
800 gms Dal
750 gms Beans
1.8 L Sunflower oil
500 ml Olive Oil
KD 10.250 per box
Please note that the next RED CRESCENT plane leaves on Thursday 20/8, so please make your purchases before Wednesday
Here at LivinWorld we have been anxious to help, and it seemed inappropriate to share activities and things to do around Kuwait after the recent tragedy in Lebanon, and we apologise for our absence.
Today, 10th August, we have been informed that there will be a blood drive at the Jabriya Blood Bank from 2pm until 5pm, so please go and donate and save lives….it won’t cost you a fil, just an hour of your time.
We are delighted to advise you that an additional date has been added, 10th August, same timings.
We have been given the following links for how you can help those affected by this awful event, and as we receive more, we will share. Please note, we have not checked or verified them (though they come from a reliable source), and we recommend that you check the authenticity BEFORE sending any money. However, we know for sure that the Kuwait Red Crescent Society is sending aid, are verified.
Providing housing, medical support & food banks, a wonderful cause indeed
Uniting the Lebanese family since 1985 through: Love, Respect and Forgiveness. Donate or volunteer by clicking [here]
Baytna Baytak is a social initiative launched by young, dynamic, and independent Lebanese individuals. Their mission was primarily to secure housing for healthcare professionals working at the forefront of the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. In the wake of the tragic Beirut blast, Baytna Baytak has shifted its priority to relocating displaced individuals who have lost their homes to the blast. More than 300,000 Lebanese citizens need our assistance. Please help us help them.
A crowdfunding page to raise £7,500,000 to provide disaster relief after the explosion in Beirut
Arcenciel is a Lebanese based non-profit organization established in 1985 during the Lebanese civil war. It was recognized as a public interest NGO in 1995 by Presidential Decree N7541. With five core programs, being implemented at 12 centers across Lebanon, Arcenciel’s main goal is to work with every person in need. Arcenciel aims to vigorously advance national policies in all the sectors in which it is active, while keeping a non-confessional and apolitical stance.