Olive Tree Center

There is truly no place like home

For Christians who have lost everything, the Olive Tree Center provides community, healing, and hope for the future.

What if you lose your home and everything you own?

In 2014, hundreds of thousands of Christians were forced to flee their homes in Iraq, Syria, and other neighboring countries to avoid certain death at the hands of ISIS. They left in the dead of night, and left behind homes, possessions, careers, friends, and family. Many camped in cemeteries and gardens for several months, separated from their loved ones and struggling to survive.

Since then, violence against Christians and other minority groups in the Middle East has caused several waves of refugees to leave their homes in search of safety. Many fled to the Kingdom of Jordan, where there currently over 2.9 million registered refugees. The over 1 million Christians who fled here have been denied citizenship, and all children born here are considered stateless.

Olive Tree Center Impact

In just the first three months…

Over 80 people
completed English language classes
40 children
took part in a range of trauma therapies
30 people
taking part in ongoing creative initiatives

Read the latest report on the Olive Tree Center

We hope you will consider a special contribution for our Phase II of the Olive Tree Center to help us start-up the second Olive Tree Center and to sustain our first Madaba location.