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Discover the world of tribal art and calligraphy “Tribal rugs”: the exhibition by Bernard Sader which pays tribute to Beit el Baraka

Discover the world of tribal art and calligraphy “Tribal rugs”: the exhibition by Bernard Sader which pays tribute to Beit el Baraka

“Art will save us” … It is in these terms, taken from the great author Fyodor Dostoevsky, that the artist, illuminator and calligrapher, Bernard Sader, expresses himself to explain his relationship to art. His exhibition “Tribal Rugs” is a confirmation of the veracity of this quote. Inspired by Kilims and tapestries from tribes of different

THE MALT GALLERY & BEIT EL BARAKA: HAND IN HAND FOR A STRONGER COMMUNITY

Beirut, December 8, 2020:  With the festive season in mind and the aim of giving back to the community, The Malt Gallery will be supporting Beit El Baraka in their noble efforts. A small gathering took place between the two parties, at The Malt Gallery Achrafieh, to officially announce the partnership which entails donating a

KANZ and Beit el Baraka’s latest newborn project

We are happy to introduce KANZ , Beit el Baraka’s latest newborn project combining the abundance of nature with the talent of artists to recreate the unique flavors of Lebanon. Celebrating the traditional taste of home, the Kanz line consists of homegrown products specially prepared by 4 star chefs and local artisans and elegantly wrapped

A RIDE WITH LANCE AMSTRONG TO SUPPORT BEIT EL BARAKA, HEART BEAT, OFFRE JOIE AND THE LEBANESE RED CROSS

Two months, after the devastating explosion of the Beirut Port on August 4th, Lance Armstrong led “Bike for Beirut”, an event made possible by Tom Barrak, Ziad Ghandour and Maxime Chaya. The aim is to raise awareness and funds to support four of the numerous Lebanese NGOs that are currently undertaking the vital task of

Beit El Baraka and the Lebanese Food Bank are joining forces with 95 NGOs to help the less fortunate families during these darkest times in Lebanon.

We are all in this together. Donate now. More than a third of the Lebanese live in pain under the extreme poverty line – less than 7,000 LBP/4$ a day. No jobs, no social assistance, no government support, no adequate food, no medication, No Hope. Beit El Baraka and the Lebanese Food Bank are joining

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We are now ready to launch the first of 2 emergency food campaigns for 50,000 families, all in desperate need. Families are being detected with the help of the NGOs we work with, and the campaign will cover different areas in Lebanon, and both communities equally in:-Greater Beirut -Bekaa-Zahlé-Tripoli-Akkar-Zgharta-Jbeil-Mount Lebanon-Damour-Saida-Nabatiyé-Marjeyoun-Tyre-Bint JbeilYou will find attached the list

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