Operation Compassion Helps Rebuild Baghdeda, Iraq

Operation Compassion is joining forces with Hope Charitable Services and Frank Allen and his partner, Henry Cappello of Caritas in Veritate International (CiVi), in an effort to rebuild homes for 25,000 refugees that were forced out of their homes. Baghdeda, Iraq is a Christian city located near Mosul that was occupied by ISIS fighters and recently liberated.

This project is being overseen by the Archbishop of Mosul because Baghdeda is very important to the Christian community. The homes targeted for rebuilding are divided into three categories: burnt, damaged/looted and bombed/destroyed. A thorough and very professional assessment is being done to each damaged home.

Operation Compassion, an independent benevolent organization with roots in the Church of God, is providing 40 foot containers filled with tile, grout and other building supplies as well as vitamins and shoes. As the plan of action is being developed, Operation Compassion will continue to monitor the return home of these refugees.

A global appeal is being launched in an effort to continue funding for this and other projects taking place. Join Operation Compassion in this effort by financially supporting today.

Online Donations can be directed to www.operationcompassion.org (givedirect button). You may call your donations to 423.728.3932, or mail donations to: Operation Compassion, 114 Stuart Road, NE PMB 370, Cleveland, TN 37312.

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