Donation Appeals

Donation Appeals

Brummana High School, the only Quaker school in Lebanon, is in substantial need of support during such extremely challenging times in the country. The QuIET Summer Appeal commenced on July 1st. This month marks one year on from the August 4th Beirut explosion. Donors are able to provide financial help in Lebanon by clicking here, or the UK and the US below. Please read on for current BHS Funds. 

UK Taxpayers

If you are a UK taxpayer, please click the blue link to support via our Quaker Trustees. Gift Aid is available (adding a further 25%).

US Taxpayers

If you are a US taxpayer and you wish to donate through a trusted partner for US tax-deductible donations, click the red link below.


Lebanon and Lebanese families are going through some of the most severe times in the country’s history. On top of the social, political and economic crises came Covid-19 which significantly exacerbated the pre-existing challenges. As if that wasn’t enough, the event on August 4th, 2020 in the Beirut port area and its aftermath rocked the population to its core. The economic crisis has now left 50% unemployed, seen the Lebanese Lira lose 90% of its value and rapid inflation has pushed prices for regular goods and services out of reach of the majority. In September 2019, 33% of the local population were considered to be below the poverty line, eight months later in April 2020 that figure had already risen to 50% and now that figure is closer to 65%. Many BHS families have been affected and now require support to meet the educational needs of their children. By supporting the Bursary Fund, you will directly ensure BHS students can continue with their first class Quaker education provided at the school, making sure no student is left behind due to the crises. 


Capital Development Projects

The school is currently facing one of the most extreme financial periods in hits near-150-year history. The economic crisis that has gripped the country, with the devaluation of the currency, rising unemployment and dramatically inflated prices for local and imported goods and services, means the school is struggling despite substantial cost savings and will once again operate with a substantial budget deficit. In order to continue to provide BHS students with the high quality, holistic education the school is renowned for, some capital development projects are deemed essential yet the school does not currently have the financial capabilities. By supporting the Capital Fund, you will be ensuring school programmes and campus facilities including technology are at the standard one can expect from our historic Quaker school.



Our Quaker school is going through unprecedented times and facing unprecedented challenges. By selecting this unrestricted donation option, you are committing your support to wherever the school is best able to utilise it at that specific time. This may be to support bursaries, emergency appeals, curriculum updates, property developments, IT upgrades or any other element the school may require considerable assistance with. Following the school’s allocation of an unrestricted donation, each donor receives an update on where their support was applied.


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