Many of you have donated to the ESM/UNICEF fundraising appeal since it was launched last year, to help Syrian refugee children who have been displaced in Jordan. Alongside the ESM’s Making a Difference values group we set a target of €5,000, which you hit – here at UNICEF, we are really grateful for the generosity shown by ESM colleagues.
The ESM/UNICEF appeal will finish at the end of June, and we wanted to take this opportunity to show you where your donations have helped so far (see below). We also urge you to watch the video; it is devastating to know that history can repeat itself.
Through your donations, we can continue to help Syrian refugee children. Suggested donations are pre-filled below, but you can donate any amount you wish using the form below.
On behalf of UNICEF, we thank you again for your kind donations.
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The power of education
You have helped us give an alternative education to those children who cannot attend school and offer them access to catch-up classes.
You have provided psychological support for children to regain a sense of normalcy in their daily lives.
You have supported the children to acquire the necessary skills to become active and engaged members of their communities.
While you may have reached your fundraising goal to support the Syrian refugee children get an education in Zaatari camp in Jordan, our work is far from done.
We help refugee children anywhere in the world
Many children still suffer from the consequences of displacement, not just in Jordan.
28 million children are driven from their homes by conflicts not of their making, and millions more are migrating in the hope of finding a better and safer life.
6 million Syrian children are in need of humanitarian aid, and millions have borne witness to unrelenting violence from the brutal conflict that began six years ago.
History repeats itself
We have managed to save refugees before. You can help us do it again.
80 years apart, the two refugees in the video below have more in common than you’d think.
You can still help
We cannot do this alone. We need your support.
Thank you very much.