The Al Homosh Family
Omar, his wife Rola, and their three young sons aged 13, 11, and 8, fled Syria for Egypt in June of 2012 to escape the bombing happening near their home in Damascus.
Omar is an engineer and Rola is an art teacher. Omar left his family in Cairo to work in Iraq, but due to visa complications in April of this year, he has not been able to return to his family. They remain separated.
We are working to reunite this upstanding family here in Canada, and need your help.
Our goal is to provide them with the opportunity to live a life with their children that is free of war and fear.Our commitment
All of the funds raised through this effort will go directly to the family. Donations will support initial relocation costs including food, housing, and clothing needs.
Our goal is to raise enough through the generousity of friends, family, and beyond that the Al Homosh family can settle in comfort as they begin their new lives as Canadians.
So far, support from the local community has been overwhelming. Donations of clothing, household items and toys are already coming in. Outreach services and support networks are in place.Please SHARE this message
with all of your social media platforms. The dedicated Jasper Facebook page is updated regularly with news about the effort and can be found here. Bring Syrian Family to Jasper Who we are
We are the Tower family of Jasper, Alberta: Rod, Beth, Ian and Riley.
We are sponsoring this family from Syria with the support of family, friends, the community of Jasper and beyond. Through networking in Jasper, the Anglican Church has helped begin the process of bringing Omar and his family to safety.
Our family is committed to supporting Omar's family as they settle in this peaceful country we are so lucky to call home. Your help by donation and/or spreading the word is deeply appreciated.
A non-proffit account has been setup for Omar's family. Donations will go directly to this account and will be managed our family .