Refugees often flee with nothing but the clothes on their backs. Give the gift of winter gloves and help keep them warm in the bitter cold of winter.
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For refugees living in tents, thermal fleece blankets provide more than comfort in winter — it can be a lifesaver. With this gift of warmth, you can help a family survive the brutally cold weather.
After escaping life-threatening violence, refugee parents want their children to have a safe place to sleep, eat, study and play. That’s what your generosity can provide. Not just shelter — but a home, a sense of normalcy and regained dignity.
To escape war, violence and persecution, many refugees leave everything behind — including coats, sweaters, boots and other winter essentials. You can provide warm, lifesaving winter clothing to those who endure winter with little protection from the cold.
Nyeman and Sakeefa (below) brave a snowy December day in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley, home to hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees. Frequent, massive storms descend on this mountainous region during the winter. The winter clothes — including gloves — that generous Americans provide are essential to keeping children like Nyeman warm.
A Syrian refugee holds her infant daughter in Jordan’s Za’atari refugee camp. Refugees from places like Syria, which has been at war since 2011, are more vulnerable than ever. With their savings depleted, purchasing winter items like gloves and other clothing for growing children strains already desperate families. Through their generous support, USA for UNHCR donors help to ease these burdens.
We promise to honor your generosity and use your donation in the most effective way possible to help refugees. The catalog items shown reflect periodic surveys of the countries UNHCR operates in and represent both the need and price of critical aid items. Although each item is representative of the gift category in which it appears, donations will be used to provide assistance where it is needed most.
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