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The Frontline

The Frontline is a monthly giving community helping war-torn families rebuild their lives. When violence unmakes the world, we show up first—and we don’t leave until families have what they need to rebuild. Until they can to do more than just survive. Until they can flourish. Join The Frontline. preemptivelove.org/frontline

Inside Mosul's Old City - Emergency update

Tens of thousands of families are still believed to be trapped in the last Mosul neighborhood held by ISIS. Families escaping the Old City are starving and dehydrated. We're meeting them with emergency care, even as we dig in to help them rebuild from the aftermath of ISIS. Give today: preemptivelove.gift/mosul

Muslim Families Feed Military First Responders in Beaumont, Texas

After Hurricane Harvey, the Muslim community in Beaumont, TX decided to feed military first responders who had set up camp in a nearby mall parking lot. The soldiers had nothing to eat but MREs for days while rescuing people trapped in the flood. And these Muslim families put on a feast to say thank you. preemptivelove.org/harvey

Refugees Have What it Takes to Rebuild. Stand With Them.

Loving the People No One Else Will Love in Mosul

As we pressed into this former ISIS stronghold in Mosul, the captain escorting our food delivery said, "Wait. You're trying to go into THAT neighborhood? Don't go there. They were with ISIS." But we're not here because it's safe. We're not here because of who THEY are. We're who because of who we're trying to be. preemptivelove.org/mosul

The Refugee Who Risks His Life to Help Others

Marwan's father always taught him to help those in need. Now, even though Marwan and his family are displaced by ISIS, he's risking his life to help other refugees. He's teaching his children a love that knows no limits, just as his father taught him. Stand with refugee fathers in Iraq. lovefir.st/2rvXybg

Every Bar of Soap Provides Hope

In 2014, Faris and his family of 14 were forced to flee their home in northern Iraq. Refugees like Faris have what it takes to support themselves—and by making Kinsman Soap, they're able to do just that. preemptivelove.shop

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