WWE Superstar, Sami Zayn has teamed up with the Syrian American Medical Society (SAMS) Foundation to provide life-saving medical care to vulnerable populations in northwest Syria. Your support for Sami's campaign has made a world of difference! Thanks to you all!
In June 2020, SAMS launched the Sami For Syria Mobile Clinic, a specially modified vehicle fully equipped with examination rooms, and staffed by medical personnel and pharmacy assistant. Thanks to your support, the mobile clinic is now fully operational and treating an average of 126 beneficiaries per day!
The Sami For Syria mobile clinic is traveling from area to area in northwest Syria, delivering life-saving care to families and children who have been affected by years of conflict and ongoing hardship.
Our work is not done. We need your help to continue operating the Sami for Syria Mobile Clinic. We still have to cover the cost of fuel, warehouse rent and other operational needs. Help Sami and SAMS bring urgently needed medical care to families and children impacted by the crisis in Syria. Whether you contribute $5 or $500, every little bit helps. Donate and then click on "Become a Fundraiser" Share your fundraiser with all your contacts and watch your impact grow.
Donors outside the US may contribute here: DONATE TO SAMS and select Mobile Clinic.
The Syrian crisis is one of the worst humanitarian emergencies of our time. Tragically, northwest Syria is one of the most at-risk areas for a large-scale COVID-19 epidemic.
Delivering healthcare to displaced and isolated populations in northwest Syria has taken on even greater urgency. In the face of this crisis, SAMS is committed to providing dignified, quality healthcare to every patient in need.
SAMS mobile medical clinics are traveling from camp to camp to provide medical care and distribute medications free of charge to those in need. SAMS has also launched a robust mechanism in place to prepare and respond promptly to protect its patients and medical workers in northwest Syria and neighboring countries.
Now more than ever, SAMS mobile medical clinics are a lifeline to displaced families and children, as tireless medical teams travel from camp to camp providing medical care and distributing life-saving medications to those in need. Each mobile clinic is treating an average of 130 patients per day
Displaced families and children are at increased risk of contracting illness, including acute respiratory infections, due to the crowded, improvised housing that does not provide adequate protection.
"With the change in weather these days, cases of influenza, bronchitis and strep throat are spreading widely," said SAMS Dr. Mustafa Obaidan. The harsh winter conditions have only worsened conditions for the innocent families and children impacted by the continued violence.
In order to respond effectively and swiftly to humanitarian emergencies, SAMS may allocate your contribution to where it’s most needed.