Aleppo T-Shirt Fundraiser
May 03, 2016
During the last week of April 2016, an onslaught of airstrikes by the Assad regime in the Syrian city of Aleppo has killed scores of people with many more buried under their own homes. Among resident areas and markets, the airstrikes directly targeted the Al-Quds Hospital, destroying it along with the Al-Marjah Primary healthcare clinic. Dr. Muhammad Waseem Maaz, widely considered one of the best pediatricians left in Syria, was also killed.
We have united to raise funds for these hospitals and victims. No amount of media coverage, photographs, videos, or words can possibly capture the anguish of watching Aleppo burn. While this pain may overwhelm us, we must remember that we have a responsibility to aid our brothers and sisters in Aleppo who are without food, water, and electricity. We have a responsibility to stand up to the inhumanity and state terrorism employed by the Assad regime.
Through this campaign, we can help provide medical care and supplies for the civilians of Aleppo and hospitals.
Here is a list of what a donation looks like and can do:
1.) $5 for a Primary Care Visit
The cost of one patient receiving a checkup at Al-Marjeh, the primary care center that was destroyed.
2.) $25 for Medical Supplies
Funds allocated towards restocking medical consumables and equipment in Al-Quds Hospital and Al-Marjah Clinic.
3.) $50 for Hospital Reconstruction
Funds allocated to the reconstruction of Al-Quds Hospital and Al-Marjah Clinic.
4.) $100 for Maternity Care: C-Section Delivery
The cost at Al-Quds for the birth of a new-born via caesarean section
5.) $200 for Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Admission
Enough to cover the medical and operational costs for the average ICU stay at Al-Quds Hospital in Aleppo
6.) $800 for Doctor's Monthly Salary
Pay the monthly salary of our doctors staffed inside the hospitals in Aleppo. Without them, the civilians of Aleppo would have no medical care.