The Aid and Relief Department was the foundation that the Society was built upon, the direct reason for first forming the Society in 1991.

After the First Gulf War the Aid and Relief Department performed periodic programs to help needy people in accordance with the Department's capabilities and outside support received for this purpose, in addition to the aid provided for the needy people in accordance with the requests to help in bearing the costs of treatments and surgical operations.

The refugee families fleeing from the south in 1993 required a massive relief program. Following our call to friendly internation organization, particularly the Assyrian Aid Society of America and the National Assyrian Society in Chicago. regular visiting health units were formed which visited and investigated the villages that received the refugee families and provided them with different humanitarian aid, foods, medicine, and other needs.