Help Iraq is a nonprofit organization founded by St. Thomas the Apostle, Chaldean Catholic Diocese of Detroit

We assist persecuted Christians and other minorities in their homeland, as a result of the religious persecution of Christians in June 2014 by ISIS, primarily in villages with large Christian populations who have been displaced for over a year now. Help Iraq Objectives include but are not limited to providing basic daily human needs such as food, shelter, clothing and other necessities. Responding to the alarming humanitarian crisis & to raise awareness of the religious and ethnic cleansing. Network

Medical Emergency Relieffor Christians of Iraq

Medical Emergency Relief for Christians of Iraq

MERCI is under, which is an agency developed in 2014 in conjunction with Chaldean Diocese of Detroit for different humanitarian relief efforts shortly after ISIS forced over 150,000 Christians to leave their homes in Mosul and Nineveh plains. We support clinics in northern Iraq in providing different healthcare services such as medications, medical supplies and procedures. These clinics developed during the time of crisis to serve the

Student 2 Student

Student 2 Student

Student 2 Student Coalition (S2S) is a committee branch of the network under the St. Thomas Diocese to provide Humanitarian Aid & Advocacy for college students in Northern Iraq who are displaced due to religious persecution. S2S is a youth movement that seeks to connect students in America with students in Iraq and brings to light the reality and hardship Iraqi students endure.

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