About CARE

Consultant Advocacy for Remedial Education

CARE is a Lebanese NGO started in 2010 as a group of volunteers worked with children and young adults with special needs. CARE Helps teenagers and young adults achieve their utmost potential to become responsible, contributing and independent citizens regardless of their individual abilities through social and professional integration.

Vision & Mission

Support children and young adults of ages 12 to 21 years with special needs such as Down syndrome, Fragile X, Autism, developmental delay and behavioral disorders. Through professional and social integration, CARE helps these students achieve their potential to become responsible, productive and independent regardless of their individual abilities or financial situation.

Our Actions

Due to the lack of specialized services, CARE is recognized with the aim to empower students through specialized education, vocational training and engagement in recreational activities to improve their psychological well-being, in addition to supporting their livelihood opportunities.

CARE Team

To help achieve our goal, we work with a team of specialists

Suha Tutunji

President

Violette Nakhle Zeinoun

Co-founder and Vice President
Special educator

Rana Sawaya 

Vice President

Hana Durhgam

Head of Outreach Committee

Michline Azzi 

Treasurer

Rania Jurdak

Head of Fundraising Comittee

Jenny Sawaya

Executive Secretary

CARE Staff

Experienced special education teachers, psychologists, speech therapists, drama and sports coaches, as well as social and vocational trainers.
Moreover, CARE receives volunteers and interns from different universities and schools worldwide.

Special Educator
Speech Therapist
Behavioral Psychologist
Psychologist
Program Superviser
Music Teacher
Special Educator
Drama Teacher
ABA Trainee
(Applied Behavioral Analysis)
Occupational Therapist

Ambassadors

Hanine El Alam
Nada Zaarour
Adel Khonayser
Andrew Sawaya
Andrew Sawaya

Donations

Help build a future! CARE rely on Fundraising events such as gala dinners, Iftars, and
received donations with small grants