Friday, 18 January 2013
For refugee children like Najah, who've fled ..Syria, the arrival of snow means that the freezing wet ground they sleep on will feel unbearable.
Save the Children UK
For refugee children like Najah, who've fled the violence in Syria, the arrival of snow means that the freezing wet ground they sleep on will feel unbearable. And the flimsy summer clothes they fled in will be even more inadequate.
These innocent children have been forced to leave their homes in terror. They have survived terrible conflict.
Now as temperatures plummet, their lives are in danger again. We are already providing warm clothes, waterproof boots and sleeping bags. But hundreds more children arrive every day.
We urgently need your support so we can keep these children warm and help them survive the winter.
Please donate today and help keep a Syrian child safe and warm >
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