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A generous donor has contributed $5,000 to kick off our fall Matching Gift Campaign. All donations received August 15 through December 15 will be matched up to that $5,000 amount.

UPDATE: We are so close to meeting our matching goal! Donate now to get us over the top!!

Our fall mission trip to Iraq includes new initiatives so your donations go to help Iraqi Christians resettle now that Daesh is being pushed back.

The work of Stand With Iraqi Christians is funded through your donations. Year to date we have received $23,350 earmarked for Iraq! Our relationships with Iraqi Christians are growing. Due to investigating new opportunities particularly to fund entrepreneurs beginning new small businesses, and to expand the programs for children who have been victims of Daesh persecutions, we are finding new ways to respond with our donor support. Our 2017 mission trip to Iraq is being postponed until the fall 2017, so we can reach our goal of $50,000 and include new partners as part of our support system.

Your donations will go directly to:

  • Funding educational programs for children, young people, and their Christian teachers.
  • Providing funds to dig water wells ($1,600 each), each well serving 10 families as they resettle.
  • Providing funds for transportation, home repair, and small business start-ups for individuals and families wishing to return to their homes in Qaraqosh, Mosul or other towns on the Nineveh Plains, as they are liberated from Daesh.

Stand with Iraqi Christians is a non-profit organization, and all donations are tax deductible.

To donate through PayPal

Complete the form below. You will be taken to PayPal to complete your transaction (link opens in same window), and then you will have the option to return to this site.

To donate by check

Make checks out to “Stand with Iraqi Christians” and mail to:

Stand With Iraqi Christians
c/o St. Martin’s Church
400 King of Prussia Road
Radnor, PA 19087

Stand with Iraqi Christians is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization