ReliefAid is a kiwi charity delivering emergency aid to people affected by conflict. Working in war zones across the globe, their humanitarian action has included the delivery of life-saving shelter and education aid to over 145,000 people forced from their homes by fighting in Syria.
St Mary’s College has been working with ReliefAid since 2017, helping families and kids driven into camps by a war that has left them homeless, physically and emotionally scarred without the basics needed to survive the harsh living conditions.
We are proud to support ReliefAid and their project - 'BounceBack4Syria'. This project is aimed at raising funds to improve children's wellbeing and boost their resilience through game-playing and sports activities to support their development.
When families fled their homes due to war, they were only able to take essentials. This project raises funds for ReliefAid to provide eqiupment for children in displacement camps. Please click here to help St Mary's College support the wonderful work of ReliefAid.
ReliefAid relies solely on private donations. It does not receive any funding from governmental sources and is a registered charity with the NZ Charities Commission.