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Coronavirus Emergency

 

As COVID-19 continues to spread rapidly around the world, displaced families are at serious risk. 

 

This virus does not discriminate, and hits the vulnerable hardest. 

 

Displaced families desperately need your help. Please donate today. 

 

HELP NOW

£40

could help fund two emergency hygiene packs to help refugees stay clean and safe.


£78

could provide soap to 50 vulnerable families. 


£150

could provide essential medicine to 15 refugees. 


£290

could provide basic and emergency healthcare services to 25 refugees. 

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