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Millions of vulnerable Syrian families have little protection against the freezing winter. 3 million people have been forced from their homes and are living in poorly built camps with no protection from Syria’s sub-zero temperatures.

They are desperate for warmth, desperate for food, desperate for shelter. Last winter heavy storms and sub-zero temperatures caused mass flooding and needlessly claimed the lives of new infants, the elderly and the vulnerable.

We are on the ground delivering aid to the worst affected areas. Our teams in Syria and Lebanon are working hard to deliver blankets, food and shelter where there will been severe rainfall and snow. But we need your help!
Thanks to your donations, last year we distributed

19,218 blankets

to families inside Syria and the neighbouring countries.
After 8 years of conflict, Syria remains one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a child. 5.6 million children need help this winter.

Children like Sara are terrified of the coming winter. “Last winter we almost lost my baby brother Ahmed when he was born in the freezing snow. Now winter has returned, my sister cries every night because she is so cold. I am too scared to sleep. What if I wake to find her frozen? We have no blankets to keep us warm, no food for our tummy’s. Our tent is full of holes and our clothes are wet from the rain water that floods our tent every day”.

Will you save a life this winter? Will you donate now?
Donate to our Winter Campaign and save innocent lives in Syria.

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