Giving Tuesday gifts that save lives

Every act of generosity counts for the 82.4 million people around the world who have been forced to flee persecution and conflict. As we entered 2021, grappling with the impacts of Covid-19 and climate change, more people were displaced from their homes than ever before. These are families, children, older people – holding on against all odds.

30 November is Giving Tuesday, a day of generosity when we can all come together to show kindness and support to displaced people.  

Created in 2012, Giving Tuesday has grown into a worldwide movement, inspiring hundreds of millions of people each year to give something back to those in need. 

It’s often the simple things that inspire hope – a warm blanket, fresh clothes, the opportunity to attend school. 

We invite you to make a life-saving difference to families forced to flee their homes.

Will you join us in celebrating generosity this Giving Tuesday? 

It hurts to freeze. Give a family protection against the icy cold.

Several of the countries where we work, such as Afghanistan, Syria, Ukraine and Iraq have cold winter weather. Many children and families are forced to spend the winter in tents, sheet metal huts or houses without windows.

For €25, a whole family can have warm blankets to protect them from the cold.

Displaced children are the most at risk.

Give these little ones a better start to life. Children are innocent victims of adult wars. The Giving Hope For Them helps them feel safe, providing kits with the things they need and helping mothers to care for their little ones. Older children receive schooling and support to process bad experiences, as well as clothes and protection against the winter cold.

For €35, a children’s gift pack provides a child with the things needed to thrive.

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