THE GHOLAM CLUSTER HAS BEEN REBUILT.
This heritage landmark is being fully renovated and restored to its
original state.
THE GHOLAM CLUSTER HAS BEEN REBUILT.
This heritage landmark is being fully renovated and restored to its
original state.
THE GHOLAM CLUSTER HAS BEEN REBUILT.
This heritage landmark is being fully renovated and restored to its
original state.
THE GHOLAM CLUSTER HAS BEEN REBUILT.
This heritage landmark is being fully renovated and restored to its
original state.
The House of Christmas (“HOC”) is a non-governmental organization founded in 2017 to provide targeted support to stabilize and strengthen livelihoods across Lebanon HOC operates on a voluntary basis to support vulnerable families, preserve heritage buildings, promote long-term access to income and employment and restore economic activity and urban fabric of neighborhoods
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Families

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Businesses

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Beneficiaries

FAMILY EMPOWERMENT

More than 2,000 families and 6,000 beneficiaries have been part of food safety, medical support and educati…

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Heritage and Culture Preservation

Restore and protect heritage buildings to preserve the vernacular social and cultural identity of neighborho…

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Livelihoods and Business support

Strategically support businesses to promote long-term access to income and employment and restore …

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Family Empowerment

Heritage and Culture Preservation

Livelihoods and Business Support

More than 2,000 families and 6,000 beneficiaries have been part of food safety, medical support and education programmes

Restore and protect heritage buildings to preserve the vernacular social and cultural identity of neighborhoods

Strategically support businesses to promote long-term access to income and employment and restore economic activity and urban fabric of neighborhoods

PARTNERSHIPS

DONORS

Our Fundraising events

The House of Christmas holds an annual Christmas Market and several different events all over the year
to support its projects across all sectors and spread joy and laughter to the community.

More than 2,000 families and 6,000 beneficiaries have been part of food safety, medical support and education programmes

Restore and protect heritage buildings to preserve the vernacular social and cultural identity of neighborhoods

Strategically support businesses to promote long-term access to income and employment and restore economic activity and urban fabric of neighborhoods

Come to Beirut

A House of Christmas guide to local independent businesses in the heart of Beirut