Monetary donations to New York for Syrian Refugees directly address pressing needs among our families. Through your generosity, we are able to pay rent, utility bills, government travel loans, and extraordinary medical expenses. Through your generosity, we are also able to buy laptops for school children and adults, small kitchen appliances, and air-conditioning units. Every dollar is used exclusively to fulfill a need. Every donation helps a refugee family build a new life.

All donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.
New York for Syrian Refugees is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our tax ID# is 82-1794884.

PayPal / Credit Card

Donations via PayPal or Credit card are welcome. Credit card donations are securely processed by PayPal.

In either case, you will receive a a confirmation email from PayPal, although there might be a delay of several hours.


You may also mail a check made out to New York for Syrian Refugees to this address:

New York for Syrian Refugees
20 Cayuga Court
Slingerlands, NY 12159

Other ways to donate

Furniture Donations

Commonly-needed items include dressers, desks, and chairs.

Bill Payment

If you are interested in making a targeted donation, our families often have difficulty making payments.

Appliance Donations

Frequent needs include portable washing machines and air conditioners.

Dental Health

Dental health among our new arrivals has been largely neglected for many years because of situational circumstances, such as lack of dental care in cities under siege or in refugee camps. Consequently, many minor dental issues have become more complicated matters requiring more complex solutions. Some Syrian children, teens and young adults, for example, know that smiling will expose their missing teeth. Your donation will help provide dental fixes for those most in need, since many dental solutions—some requiring an orthodontist or an oral surgeon—are not covered by insurance and any out-of-pocket payments are cost-prohibitive. Your generous support will help ensure that refugee children can again smile with confidence.