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Lebanon: British Association and Foreign Aid Service launch appeal

London, 12 August 2020

Support in time of crisis and urgent need

‘In the current crisis and chaos, Lebanon must not lose its identity, as the place of Christ’s birth.’ Marwan Sehnaoui, President of the Lebanese Association of the Order.

Our appeal, launched this week, demonstrates our solidarity and deep concern for our Lebanese colleagues and friends, and for the welfare of the country as a whole.

Please click here for the Appeal Letter and how to donate.

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