You’re making a difference

When we say that your donations are making a difference – we’re not kidding!  But we need your continued support to enable us to sustain our work.

Remember our response to the cold snap in Greece?  We sponsored a young, vulnerable Syrian family from a cold, uncomfortable camp in northern Greece into safe, warm private accommodation in Athens.  We have since heard from the family who have now settled into their new home and they are so grateful for your support and wish to send their salam (peace) and thanks to you.

We would also like to help a very young Afghani toddler who is severely disabled on the Greek mainland, by purchasing him a bespoke, special chair that will support him correctly.  With the right support and therapy, there is hope that this beautiful and inspiring child will one day be able to walk.  We are expecting the chair to cost in the region of 600 Euros.

We also continue to purchase the items for the hygiene kits that are distributed to the families and individuals in the Pikpa shelter in Leros.

Please continue to support us by making a donation.  You can also sign up to monthly direct debit contributions securely via the charity checkout link below.  Regular contributions via direct debit are extremely helpful as they help us to plan and budget for the projects we support.  However you can help, even if its a one off donation of a few pounds, it will make a difference, and if you’re a UK tax payer – you can make your donation go even further by gift aiding your donation.

Don’t forget that the projects and initiatives we support are all voluntary run which means your donation has maximum positive impact.  Thank you.

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