Whether it is an unexpected crisis that occurs in just moments, or a crisis which spans over several years, these CBM gifts are invaluable to help local church partners respond immediately with food, water, medicine and temporary shelter, as well as helping people through the longer journey of recovery and rebuilding. Make the greatest impact possible, by strengthening the response of our partners and to ensure that all CBM programs are adequately funded for the people that need it most urgently.


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COVID-19 Relief

COVID-19 has greatly affected countless people around the world, especially those who are living in the margins. Many earn day wages and now have no income due to lockdowns. The COVID-19 Relief Fund will provide support to struggling people most due to this pandemic.

Rebuild Homes for Refugee Families

Even if a refugee family is able to go home, many will find that it is now uninhabitable. Help a family rebuild their house to so that they have a safe, secure and dignified place to live.

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Medical Care for Syrian Refugees

Refugees and vulnerable families in economically marginalized communities in Lebanon need assistance with medical care. Alleviate the triple burden of extreme poverty, poor health and forced displacement by providing accessibility to medical needs.

$40 Add to Cart

Feed a Family for a Month

Families struggling with hunger and extreme poverty are facing challenges that have been compounded in 2020 due to the effects of the global health crisis. Your gift will feed a family for a month in places such as Lebanon, South Sudan, and Latin America, where CBM is already at work addressing the need for stable and secure sources of food.

$85 Add to Cart

Urgent Emergency Aid

Give a gift that enables the CBM global network of partners to respond immediately when a crisis arises.

Comfort in Crisis

The devastating explosion at the port of the city of Beirut, Lebanon in August 2020 led to extensive damage to surrounding buildings and over much the rest of the capital, leaving casualties and thousands of people who lost their homes and livelihoods. CBM was quick to respond through its local partner, providing shelter for families and individuals whose homes were partially or totally damaged.

As of September 2020, about 70 people, including health care workers, were housed by Arab Baptist Theological Seminary (ABTS) and provided for.

Academic Coordinator Sisil shares, “It took time for them to understand who we are, but now they are starting to have conversations with us about our faith and what it means to be a believer. It is wonderful that we are finding the financial support to provide for their psychological, emotional, and material needs. What I’ve found touching is the happiness and sincerity we’ve seen come to light in these people. We feel that they ended up here because the Lord so intended. It is amazing that we can be open for anyone and be able to help fulfill the needs of those impacted by the blast.”