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This Saturday, June 20 is World Refugee Day. We at Blossom Hill are committed to empowering refugee children, now more than ever, through education to ensure they have all the skills they need to succeed. Click the donate button to join us in empowering refugee children. Click here to learn more about Blossom Hill’s educational […]

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Blossom Hill Fellow Erika Gillette is currently working to distribute her science kits to displaced students in public schools in Greece in support of their STEM education. She will be bringing her biology science kits to local camps and schools this summer and providing teaching materials to teachers remotely due to the pandemic. You can […]

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Montessori School While students in our Montessori school are not able to gather, they are sharing their greetings for Ramadan. Our programs are continuing despite COVID-19 and, in fact, your support is needed now more than ever as refugees face challenges every day and particularly during this pandemic.

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Blossom Hill Fereshteh Forough In Herat, Afghanistan, Blossom Hill Fellow Fereshteh Forough has moved her coding school for girls online in response to COVID-19. All her students received a laptop so they can continue to make progress from home on their graphic design, blockchain, and coding skills.

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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

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Blossom Hill Fellow Lexi Shereshewsky opened the doors to Blossom Hill’s Montessori-inspired Early Childhood Center for the fall session. This is the first and only early childhood center serving the refugee population in Azraq, Jordan. The children are very excited to be in school and there is a waiting list for others from the community. […]

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As children are gearing up for a new school year around the world, in conflict-affected places like Kabul, Afghanistan, Blossom Hill Fellows’ Ahmad Rostami and Furogh Mirdad’s vocational training school just held their graduation ceremony. The spate of recent bombings in Kabul delayed the graduation, which was held on August 26 for their students who […]

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Blossom Hill Fellow Erika Gillette has just returned from another successful trip to Greece, where she has been managing the Science United Project (SUP). SUP delivers science education to displaced students in informal educational settings, like refugee camps or community centers. This past month, she and her team piloted new science lessons on physics and […]

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Blossom Hill Fellow George Batah, who runs Syrian Youth Empowerment (SYE) has been proud to see the tremendous success of high school Syrian students who participated in his college preparation program. SYE students have gained admissions to top universities such as Harvard University, Stanford University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The excitement from these […]

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Blossom Hill turns 10! Over the last decade, our Fellows have worked tirelessly to reach tens of thousands of refugee children and youth from the Middle East who have been affected by conflict and war. Their bold programs have allowed our beneficiaries to thrive, turning their hopes to reality. But even as we celebrate a […]

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