Syrian Families Are Facing Winter Unprotected. We’re Responding.

The people of Deir ez-Zour in eastern Syria endured three years of siege and starvation. Now they’re facing a bitterly cold winter unprotected.

You’ve already shown up for these families, bringing some of the first food to reach them since the siege was broken.

Now a cold front is coming—and around 10,000 people are living in tents that provide little shelter from the freezing temperatures. Their children are walking around without shoes.

We can help our friends in Syria stay warm. We need 2,000 people to give $44 today to provide emergency winter survival kits for displaced families.

Each pack contains thermal underwear, hats, gloves, and scarves for the whole family, along with two pairs of boots and a child’s coat.

Schools are just starting to reopen after the siege—the coats and boots will ensure that children are able to arrive at school safe and warm, ready to learn.

But we know you don’t just care about helping—you care about HOW we help. Instead of importing clothes made by a large corporation, the items in each winter survival kit are being made by displaced Syrian women. The money you give to help Syrian families stay warm will also help 700 displaced families provide for themselves in the coming months.

No one else is showing up for these families in Deir ez-Zour. Please give today—and help our Syrian friends survive the winter.