My Fundraising Campaign for Syria crisis

May 8, 2016

Pax Mandable

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Message from Pax Mandable

Picture fleeing your home with only the clothes on your back, fearing for your life as you journey to the border, and arriving in a foreign country. You have no idea where you will live or what you will eat.

That's the reality for millions of Syrians, half of them under 18, who are fleeing the violent civil war in their country. They need our help to get through the worst humanitarian crisis of our time.

With our help, Mercy Corps is distributing food & supplies, building new wells and water distribution systems, providing activities and counseling to help children feel safe again, and helping to prevent conflict over limited resources. They have been assisting families in camps and host communities in neighboring countries since August 2012. And they'll be there until families can return to their homes.

Every dollar we contribute makes a powerful difference in the lives of these courageous people. Now, and for the future.

I hope you'll join me in support of this important work.

· $11 can provide a family of 6 with a month’s supply of bread
· $18 can provide one double size winter blanket to protect from the bitter cold
· $40 can buy a ceramic water filter for a family of five
· $60 can provide a kit for participating in skills training at a Mercy Corps Youth Center
· $113 can provide a playground for 50 refugee children in Al-Azraq camp

They have been assisting families in camps and host communities in neighboring countries since August 2012. In addition to helping refugees who have lost everything get the basics they need, Mercy Corps is building new wells and water distribution systems, providing activities and counseling to help children feel safe again, and helping to prevent conflict over limited resources. And they'll be there until families can return home. Together, we can help families survive this terrible crisis.

Thank you!