Beirut explosion response

On Tuesday, Aug. 4, a large explosion killed at least 135 people and injured more than 4,000 others in the capital city of Beirut, Lebanon. The blast is believed to have been caused by large quantities of ammonium nitrate, used for fertilizer and explosives, stored unsafely in a warehouse at the city’s port.  

Together, MCC and its program partners in Beirut will address rehabilitation and clean-up needs arising from this disaster. Staff will determine the details of the response over the coming days. 

You can help! MCC welcomes donations to this effort. You can give on this page or by calling our toll free phone number: (888) 563-4676 

Thank you for helping provide restoration to those whose lives have been upended by this explosion.  

Learn more information about MCC's response to the explosion in Beirut.

Project ID: 1245
Beirut explosion response

Provide rehabilitation and clean-up in the aftermath of the Beirut explosion.