As winter is approaching - refugees, the poor and needy in require ample preparations to survive the harsh winter conditions. As the cold weather sets in and temperatures drop, millions of vulnerable people are at risk. With winter now on their doorsteps, many families are left without the proper supplies to handle the cold weather. They need food to feed their families, their houses are in desperate need of repair and their children need winter clothing to keep them warm and well.
Why Your Help Is Needed
Together we can help millions of people worldwide survive this winter. In Iraq, there are more than 3 million displaced Iraqis suffering in temporary shelter, as well as 250,000 Syrian refugees. In Lebanon and Jordan, there are over 1.6 million refugees, relying on goodwill to survive, and in Syria, some 12.2 million people need humanitarian help.
Millions of other internally displaced people and refugees face the same predicaments. Together with our partners, we are sending aid to Syria, Lebanon, Syrian refugees in Turkey, Iraq, Yemen, Bangladesh, Rohingya refugees at Cox Bazaar, Pakistan and Gaza.
Help Them Survive The Winter
Help the most needy to combat the harsh weather conditions by sending them aid. Our packages consist of hygiene kits, food hampers, heating materials, winter kits - including warm clothes, tents and blankets, to keep them warm this season. Make a life-saving difference by donating today. Keep them alive, keep them warm...
$45 per family
Masks, Gloves, Sanitisers, Soaps, Shampoos etc
BREAD FOR A FAMILY
$60 per family
One month supply of bread
WINTER KITS SET
$75 per family
Jackets, sweaters, pants, winter boots
$100 per family
Enough to feed a family for a month
$150 per family
Heater, fuel, wood, gas cylinders
$300 per family
Blankets, tents, mattresses, pillows, floor insulation
With your generous support, over 425,000 received essential winter warmth in seven different countries including Syria. Together we can help millions of people worldwide survive this winter.
Keep Them Alive, Keep Them Warm.
Help Them Survive This Winter.