DEVELOPING AND SUSTAINING OUR HIGH-IMPACT PROGRAMS

  LHI Goat Project in Jordan:  Ahmed and his family show us how much milk a goat can produce overnight. We've provided milk goats to 400 refugee Syrian families living in Jordan. Photo by Mike Walton

LHI Goat Project in Jordan: Ahmed and his family show us how much milk a goat can produce overnight. We've provided milk goats to 400 refugee Syrian families living in Jordan. Photo by Mike Walton

  LHI Center in Serres, Greece:  Our center allows refugees a chance to progress though education, healing, trauma-informed recreation, and nutritious food. Photo by David Lohmueller

LHI Center in Serres, Greece: Our center allows refugees a chance to progress though education, healing, trauma-informed recreation, and nutritious food. Photo by David Lohmueller

What we do best: establish high-impact programs that change lives

Our general fund allows us to remain nimble enough to meet a wide variety of refugee needs around the world. It is only through these funds that we are able to develop new high-impact programs, provide emergency aid, and adjust to the ever-changing circumstances that is refugee work. This is a great option for corporations that are invested in corporate social responsibility, individual donors who care deeply about the current refugee crisis, or foundations who support humanitarian endeavors. 

  LHI provides emergency aid  which are rarely donated, such as men's socks and underwear. Photo by Shannon Ashton

LHI provides emergency aid which are rarely donated, such as men's socks and underwear. Photo by Shannon Ashton

  LHI collaborates directly with other orgs  on the ground, both domestic and international, to make sure we aren't doubling up and are reaching the most vulnerable families. Photo by Mike Walton.

LHI collaborates directly with other orgs on the ground, both domestic and international, to make sure we aren't doubling up and are reaching the most vulnerable families. Photo by Mike Walton.

Banner photo by Shannon Ashton. LHI team and Syrian refugee friends in Jordan, March 2017