Dear Blossom Hill supporters, Please consider donating your birthday to refugee children to empower them and ensure they celebrate their next birthday on a path to a better future. Please go to https://www.facebook.com/fundraisers/Click on Select Nonprofit “Blossom Hill Foundation”Create fundraiser and please remember to share with friends.
In Jordan, where stringent measures to contain the coronavirus have been put into place, Blossom Hill Fellow Lexi Shereshewsky is working to support her students with home education and food. Please consider donating now to help Lexi provide these services while the refugee families are in lockdown. www.blossomhill-foundation.org/donate
The deadline for Blossom Hill’s Fellowship program is fast approaching. All completed applications must be received by Friday, March 27, 2020. Apply at www.blossomhill-foundation.org/fellowship We look forward to receiving thoughtful and innovative applications that aim to ensure children affected by conflict in the Middle East thrive!
Dear Blossom Hill Family, In light of the coronavirus pandemic, we want to update you on the effect it has had on our fellows and beneficiaries around the world. At this time, all of our programs have gone online where possible or have been shut down for the next two weeks as per government guidelines. […]
The graduates of Blossom Hill Fellows Ahmad Rostami and Furogh Mirdad’s Leadership Program are excelling! Alumni, Mursal, Nargis, Zainab and Lima who applied to American University of Central Asia (AUCA) in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan in August 2019 were accepted with a full scholarship for five years. “DREAM is the core component of success, and with Blossom […]
On International Woman’s Day, Blossom Hill is proud to see our young refugee girls thrive against all odds. Our programs are raising them to become strong women who can hold on to their dreams and become leaders in their communities. “Here’s to strong women. May we know them. May we be them. May we raise […]
In Cappadocia, Turkey, Blossom Hills Fellows Leonie Zikos and Ruth Lockwood are using an innovative therapeutic approach known as “bibliotherapy” in their Puppet Theater Project to help refugee children heal from the trauma of war. This method involves storytelling or reading specific texts to allow the children to identify and validate their feelings and to […]