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Human Appeal is a non-profit organisation working across the globe to strengthen humanity’s fight against poverty, social injustice and natural disaster. Through the provision of immediate relief and the establishment of self-sustaining development programmes, we aim to invest in real, effective solutions.
£100 could provide a displaced family with the essentials they need to survive this winter, including warm blankets, clothes, heating and fuel.
£240 can provide an emergency winter kit, containing warm clothes, blankets, and mattresses, to help a Yemeni family survive the bitter months.
£140 can provide a vulnerable family with blankets, sleeping mats, rugs, shelter reinforcement, fuel for heating, and soap, protecting them from winter and COVID-19.
£100 can provide a vulnerable family in Gaza with jackets, socks, hats and scarves, woolly jumpers, and pyjamas to keep their children warm this winter.
£70 can provide emergency winter survival items, including a nutritious food parcel and fuel for heating, helping a vulnerable Syrian family to survive the bitter season.
£50 can provide a vulnerable Somali family with mosquito nets, sleeping mats and winter emergency blankets to help them survive winter.
£70 can provide a Rohingya family in Cox’s Bazaar with nutritious food items, such as rice, soya bean and lentils, as well as warm winter blankets and a hygiene and sanitation kit to protect them from COVID-19.
£100 can provide emergency winter kits to five vulnerable street children in Dhaka, containing warm winter clothing to help them survive winter
£80 can provide an emergency kit to an at-risk family in Pakistan, containing warm winter clothes, such as socks, gloves, jackets, shawls, and blankets to keep them warm.
£100 can provide a family with warm blankets, mattresses, stoves for heating, jerry cans for fuel, and soap, protecting them against winter and COVID-19.