The Syrian Cultural Center would like to thank our dignitaries, donors and sponsors for attending our benefit Concert for Syria 2019. Thanks to the generous support of individuals like yourself, our organization is thriving in its mission to help Syrians internally displaced by the war in Syria as well as those Syrians facing the challenge […]
It is with great enthusiasm that we announce the 4th edition of the Benefit Concert for Syria with the participation of the I Medici Di McGill Orchestra on Sunday, February 17 at 16:00, at the Montreal Symphony House / Place des Arts at 1600 St Urbain street in Montreal (corner of Boulevard De Maisonneuve West). […]
The Syrian Cultural Center held its 3rd benefit concert for Syria on March 11th. In an intimate atmosphere, Haydn and Schubert’s music echoed through the walls of The Church of St Andrew’s and St. Paul, where more than 400 guests, dignitaries and city officials enjoyed the performance of the I Medici di McGill Orchestra, under […]
Ziad Elias Demian, a founding partner of demian\wilbur\architects will be discussing the opportunities and challenges regarding the reconstruction phase in war-torn Syria. Based in Washington DC, Ziad’s enthusiasm for design excellence and background managing complex commercial and institutional projects has enabled him to lead the development of several large mixed-use and retail urban centers. In 2010, Ziad spent […]
During the One Syria week organized by McGill University’s Syrian Students Association, the CCS will present an exhibition of Syrian photography, including 19th century original historical photos as well as contributions by a number of talented modern Syrian photographers. Where: Visualization Room A – Main Floor, Redpath Library 3459 rue McTavish Montreal, Quebec H3A 0C9 […]
It is with great enthusiasm that we announce the 3rd edition of the benefit concert for Syria on Sunday March 11, at 4 pm, performed by the I Medici di McGill Orchestra, under the baton of Maesro Gilles Auger, at The Church of St. Andrew and St. Paul at 3415 Redpath Street in Montreal (entrance for public on Sherbrooke Street). Programme: F. Joseph […]
A collective exhibition as a means for integration and valorization From September 14 to October 28, 2017, the Quebec’s Masters and Artisans Museum hosted the exhibit Regards d’artistes de Syrie organized by Le centre culturel syrien (CCS). Thanks to this significant collaboration, the exhibition was a great success. The opening and closing events attracted more […]
Report on the funds donated by Le centre Culturel Syrien in Montreal – August 22nd, 2017 JRS Presence in the Region JRS began its work in the Middle East 2008 in response to Iraqi refugees fleeing the conflict in their country. Currently, JRS in the Middle East is serving refugees and internally displaced persons in […]
A Great Cultural Evening: Iftar by Traditional Arabic Music Part of the Syrian Cultural Center (Le centre culturel syrien) mission is to unite all Syrians and fellow Montrealers by hosting activities that celebrate Syrian culture and the Syrian community as a whole. What better way to do that than celebrate the holy month of Ramadan […]
McGill SCS Workshops for Newcomers and Professionals In partnership with Le centre culturel syrien, the McGill SCS Career Advising & Transition Services (CATS) is offering workshops for newcomers and professionals who are transitioning in their career and looking for effective ways to search for employment. This program has helped thousands of […]
Providing consultations, medications, laboratory tests and psychosocial support. JRS also distributes wheelchairs and they fit orthotic limbs.
Serving up to 17,000 hot meals per day to Syrians who found refuge in schools, mosques and churches since summer 2012.
Through the Concert for Syria 2016 Edition, you have the choice to donate towards a Scholarship Fund for students with Syrian origins.
Women in the shelter learned how to prevent diarrhea. The campaign was a real success and the children embraced it throughout the shelter.
Tala, 2, from Ghouta, near Damascus in Syria, waits as her father collects drinking water from an Oxfam supplied water tank in Zaatari camp in Jordan.
The water was provided to 20,000 beneficiaries, the service was conducted for 60 days during April and May 2015.
I would like to acknowledge the efforts of the Syrian Cultural Centre, which plays such an important social and community role in Montreal, and wish to offer continued success to the organizers of this event.
Denis Coderre | Mayor of Montreal
Everyone is welcome aboard the journey of giving, and Syrians of all backgrounds are today in need of your compassion. Grant yourself a piece of true and profound happiness by giving to help brethren in humanity, knowing that what you give today will help alleviate the suffering of Syrians in need.
Dr. Jihad Makdissi
When you donate to the unfortunate Syria today, you are not donating far from your homes or hearts. You are donating to the holy land where Jesus Christ was born.
Dr. Nedal Alchaar