By early 1922, 100,000 children were living in Near East Relief orphanages. An additional 100,000 children living in refugee centers received partial support from the orphanages.
An estimated 200,000 refugees are ultimately transported from Smyrna to Greece on Greek military ships. Between 50,000 and 100,000 Greek and Armenian people die as a result of the fires and accompanying massacres.
38 committees in 16 states
Near East Relief (known at the time as The American Committee for Armenian and Syrian Relief) boasts 38 local committees in 16 states by June 1916.