Collateral Repair Project
- Amman Governorate
CRP was founded to aid refugees fleeing the violence of the second Gulf War and has been providing assistance to victims of violent conflict since 2006. In addition to Iraqi refugees, they serve Syrians who have arrived in Amman in huge numbers, refugees of other nationalities and Jordanians living in extreme poverty. CRP seeks to restore dignity and community among these displaced populations and to ensure that their basic food and housing needs are met. They provide emergency assistance to hundreds of families through in-kind aid, information and referral services, and a monthly food voucher program that provides eligible households with coupons to purchase fresh produce and groceries. CRP’s Family Resource and Community Centre offers many activities and learning opportunities to allow refugees to begin to rebuild the communities they lost after fleeing their home countries.
CRP is a 501c(3) registered in the U.S. and Jordan.
Grants Intern (Internship)
Social Media & Communications Intern (Internship)
Videography Intern (Internship)
English Teacher for Adult Refugees (Volunteer Opportunity)