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Last month, a chemical explosion ravaged the Port of Beirut, Lebanon. In just a 5 km radius, homes were flattened, and lives were lost. Miyamoto engineer, Carl Abinader, is usually based in Sacramento but was staying with family in his home country of Lebanon at the time of the explosion. Thankfully, Carl is safe, but his family and neighbors have been devastated. Carl is staying in Beirut to help with damage assessments, emergency shelters and recovery efforts.

Carl Abinader of Miyamoto International surveys a heavily damaged building in Beirut.

Here at Miyamoto we are all too familiar with the damage disasters can have on people, economies and the buildings that hold our communities together. That is why Miyamoto Relief is fundraising to support victims in Beirut.

The mangled ruins of a car destroyed by the massive shockwave that rocked the city.

100% of the proceeds will go to help the over 80,000 families who had their homes damaged. Of the buildings still standing, the most common damage seen is shattered windows and doors. Even small donations can help a family make their home safe to return to again. In the time of an unprecedented pandemic, we all know how important a safe home is right now.

Rebuild Beirut

Even small donations mean that a family can return home.

Please join us in raising funds to ensure families can return to safe homes. Amidst an ongoing financial crisis in Lebanon, conflict from neighboring Syria and global pandemic – many victims cannot afford simple repairs. With shattered windows and doors being among the most common damages, even small donations mean that a family can return home.

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