How will the children of Syria survive this winter?

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The sad reality is that too many of Syria’s children will go to bed hungry and cold tonight. We have witnessed newborn babies take their first breaths in sub-zero temperatures, as the camps in which they reside leak rainwater at night.

We are battling the cold temperatures to make sure that families living in camps are able to stay warm during the night. Thousands of children do not have the appropriate winter clothing to stay warm at night causing them to suffer from severe colds and throat infections.

Helping the children of Syria this winter is not impossible. We are working hard distributing clothes and blankets to the most vulnerable families. Please don’t let these children freeze.

Donate today and help us continue our vital work.


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