Feed. Clothe. Heal.

On the Greek island of Lesvos, thousands of refugees are trapped in an unsanitary camp that isn't safe in conditions that do not meet acceptable humanitarian standards.

We believe every human being should have access to the humanitarian aid they need to survive. 

We believe every human being deserves to be treated with dignity. 

So, we set up the House of Humanity. An Aid Distribution Center that includes a "supermarket" and "clothing shop" that provides refugees access to vital aid like food, clothing, hygiene, and baby products. Aid is distributed via a point system that is based on family size.

Being able to CHOOSE the aid they get in an environment that resembles being in a retail shop has strengthed the resolve of any that visit the House of Humanity. Freedom of choice is crucial to mental health. 

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