Unicef

For anyone who wants to help children in need, the Unicef Syria crisis appeal offers a chance to make a difference in the lives of children in need. Children in Syria are often refugees. This means that not only do they not have homes, but they may not have clothes, toys, food, clean water or even family members. For Americans who want to help children overseas or children in need, this is a fantastic way to make a financial contribution. Many children overseas suffer from diseases that have otherwise been eradicated. Things like smallpox, polio and even dysentery are prominent in other third world countries. Many children do not have the financial ability to seek medical care. Although children may be sick, their families may not be financially able to help them. For families from America and other countries to help makes a huge difference in the lives of children across the globe. Something as little as a one-time donation of $10, $20, or even $50 can give a child incredible hope for the future. For a small contribution, children can get medical care, fresh food, clean water and school supplies. Sometimes contributions can even contribute to giving children an education. When it comes to the Syria crisis appeal, a fifty dollar donation will provide a family with everything they need to survive. Families who are refugees and who fled their homes usually left with nothing. This includes money. While fifty dollars may not seem like a large donation, the truth is that it can provide blankets, clothing, food and other supplies that a family needs to survive. For a family who has lost everything, this can mean the world to them. Donating to countries overseas and specifically to refugee families is incredibly important since it offers the families hope for the future. Many refugees lost their jobs evacuating and are unable to work. This means that they are unable to provide financially for their families and depend on the kindness of contributors to help take care of their families. Donate today to the Syria crisis appeal and make a difference in the lives of both children and families.