As the spread of COVID-19 ordered the world to stop, the Jerusalem Princess Basma Centre for Children with Disabilities were determined not to let this get in the way of their work.
As the centre closed their doors in March 2020 their team of amazing healthcare professionals and volunteers worked tirelessly to find a way to continue to deliver treatment. Within a week the team had developed a virtual care model and was able to continue to support the children and their families.
However, with lack of funding and a new normal starting to take shape, the centre is now more than ever in desperate need of financial support to ensure their care reaches the most vulnerable children throughout this isolating time.
How you can help
They are now able to reach children and families in the West Bank, still under a COVID-19 State of Emergency, through their new Virtual Care Program. One therapy sessions costs only £30 for each child.
Below is a video of Ahmed about how the Virtual Care Program has helped him and his family.
Join us in our vision to support the Jerusalem Princess Basma Centre find 100 new international friends willing to give £30 towards the cost of one session of therapy for a Palestinian child each month.