Ministry in Gaza

    Gaza is one of the most densely populated regions in the world. Shepherd Society provides support through emergency medical aid and food parcels. This assistance demonstrates Christ’s love to the mostly Muslim population; it also helps to make it possible for the Christian minority to stay in Gaza and be light and salt…

Medical Aid

Very few Palestinians living in West Bank and Gaza are fortunate enough to afford adequate health insurance; however, there’re many more Palestinians without any insurance. The Palestinian population struggles with medical bills to include the purchases of essential medicine. Through this program, we cover medical care such as surgery expenses, medicines, laboratory test fees, audiology…

Family to Family Sponsorship

The Shepherd Society’s Family to Family Sponsorship Program matches overseas families with a local Palestinian Christian family who is struggling to survive. Currently, we have over 78 families receiving sponsorship through the program. Program Guidelines: 1. The current minimum rate of sponsorship is $50 USD a month for a period of one year. 2. Biographical…

Microfinance Projects

Life under the Israel occupation over the past several decades has devastated the Palestinian economy. Road closures, the separation barrier, and a decrease in the tourism industry have disabled many Palestinians from finding jobs in the West Bank and Gaza. We have many clients at the Shepherd Society who are eager and willing to work…

Refugee Aid

In 2013, we expanded our borders by sending a team to minister to both Syrian and Iraqi refugees located in Jordan. Every year we send teams, 2-3 times a year, to visit these refugees, distribute emergency needed items, listen to them, provide trauma counseling and share the love and hope of Christ. If you would…

Food Parcels

The Shepherd Society provides necessary food supplies to needy families or individuals who have little or no income throughout the year, especially during Christmas and Easter. Without our assistance, these families are at risk of hunger and malnourishment. Our most needed families receive food parcels that will last them a month or sometimes more. If…