Help alleviate the suffering in Syria.
MFA's unique Fund A Container program allows you to pay the cost of shipping a container of life-saving humanitarian aid to those in need in Syria and track its progress from packing to its arrival in Syria.
Since October 2016, MFA has helped send relief containers worth millions of dollars, including food, clothing, medicines, medical supplies and equipment.
Partnering with Syrian NGOs to deliver the right aid to the right place.
MFA and its partners have developed a broad network of organizations that donate the relief supplies that fill each container. The network includes Christians, Jews, Muslims and organizations that range from long-established relief organizations to local volunteer groups with access to needed supplies.
The supplies include food, clothing, medicines, medical supplies and equipment – and we’ve even shipped four ambulances.
MFA is continually seeking to expand its network of donors who furnish these vital items to ensure a steady and increasing flow of supplies.
Tracking your container each step fo the way.
From identifying the relief supplies, to packing boxes, arranging ocean freight, and delivering to places of need, the logistics of sending humanitarian aid to Syria is a complex process.
For just $6,500, you can help MFA and its partners pay for the shipment of a container of relief supplies to Syria.
Your container will have a tremendous impact. MFA's containers of relief have had an average value from hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars in food, clothing, medicines, medical supplies, and medical equipment – far beyond your donation of $6,500 to help cover shipping expenses.
This is where your support comes in!
Your support enables MFA to continue its vital work.
YOU OR YOUR ORGANIZATION CAN BE A DIRECT PART OF THIS EFFORT BY FUNDING THE SHIPMENT OF YOUR OWN CONTAINER FOR $6,500.
We will walk you through the simple process step-by-step. Then, you can watch the progress of your container on the Tracking page as it travels from point of origin to delivery to Syria.
Questions? Click here to read FAQs.