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In brief about BHHF

BHHF’s primary objective of humanitarian aid is to save lives, alleviate suffering, as well as to give the most vulnerable group (refugee children) hope for the future.

BHHF has provided humanitarian aid since 1999 with short-term and long-term help to homeless refugees, victims of natural disasters, wars and famines, cancer patients, and poor people. The help has intensified since 2014 because of the refugees and IDPs in Iraqi Kurdistan.

Thank you in advance for any generous help you are kind enough to provide! Your willingness to support will help us to help more people have a safe, warm, and dry home.

Vision is simple but powerful

Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation main objective is about delivering humanitarian help to the most vulnerable groups, preserving human dignity and the value of lives of the victims, and setting out longer term vision to meet the changing needs of the society.

Background different than any other

Kurdistan, with its population of approximately 5 million, has received over two million refugees in less than one year as a result of armed conflict in the region. The refugees are mostly internally displaced  persons (IDPs) from Southern Iraq and include refugees from Syria.  Among the refugees there are more than 0.6 million children, most of whom are malnourished and without proper shoes or warm clothes, while an extremely cold winter awaits them. In summary, all the refugees are urgently in need of warm clothing, shoes, sleeping bags, food, and medical care.

We do all these relief efforts as HRIF to give hope to one person. Can you imagine this person can be you!!

Max Veenstra, Director of HRIF, The Netherlands

We give people reasons to believe in the future.

Per Moberg, Managing Director at Fretex International AS, Norway

Helping people in need, regardless of race, nationality and religion is an obligation, not a choice.

Christian Schad, Boardmember at Hanseatic Help e.V., Germany

People aren’t numbers and humanitarian work isn’t about quantities. Everybody has a name and a story behind them.

David Lazowski, Vice Chairman of The Board in BHHF, President of HRIF, Poland

Bring Hope have a true commitment to supporting the vulnerable and all those in need with both professionalism and compassion.

Adele Paterson, CEO of International Health Partners, UK


Bring Hope main priorities are providing humanitarian aid to the most vulnerable group (refugee children) and provide hospitals with medications and medical equipment. The biggest challenge in the humanitarian crisis is bringing back hope.

Humanitarian aid

BHHF is the largest organization on the ground, who have helped with 80 loads of humanitarian aid to up to 0.5 million refugees.

Medical aid

Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation (BHHF) has helped up to 0.5 million refugees and Internal Displaced Persons (IDPs) with most needed medications since 2015.

Believing in the future

The biggest challenge in the humanitarian crisis is bringing back hope to the most vulnerable, namely refugee children.

Global reach

Over the years Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation has gone from being a family run operation to establishing itself as a Global non-government organization connecting a whole host of volunteers and partners from all over the world.


Containers full of humanitarian help sent


Refugees helped


International partners


Containers of medicine and medical equipment sent


Dedicated team members

You can donate or help in many ways

The people BringHope helps are just like you, but unlike you they have lost everything
and now live in camps with shattered homes and dreams.
So you can now do to others what you want them to do to you.