I want to give a donation of:
£75
£75 could help pay for warm and sturdy shoes for five children Credit: © UNICEF £75 could help pay for warm and sturdy shoes for five children
£50
£50 could provide thermal suits to keep more than seven babies warm this winter Credit: © UNICEF £50 could provide thermal suits to keep more than seven babies warm this winter
£25
£25 can provide a clothing kit for a child, including a jacket, a sweater, trousers, a hat, a scarf, socks, boots and gloves Credit: © UNICEF £25 can provide a clothing kit for a child, including a jacket, a sweater, trousers, a hat, a scarf, socks, boots and gloves
MY OWN CHOICE
 Credit: © UNICEF
£10
£10 could provide a Syrian child with a winter jacket and scarf to keep them safe and warm in the winter months Credit: © UNICEF £10 could provide a Syrian child with a winter jacket and scarf to keep them safe and warm in the winter months
£5
£5 could provide a woolen sweater to help protect a Syrian child from the cold Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2014-1193/Rashidi £5 could provide a woolen sweater to help protect a Syrian child from the cold
£3
£3 could buy a child a hat and gloves to keep them warm this winter Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2013-1347/Noorani £3 could buy a child a hat and gloves to keep them warm this winter
MY OWN CHOICE
 Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2014-1251/Khuzaie

Text Hat to 70111 to give £3 and keep a Syrian child safe and warm this winter.

The Syrian conflict is now worse than ever. As temperatures drop, more than 7 million children are now in grave danger. They are cold and frightened. This winter could be their toughest yet.

Whatever their age and whatever other challenges they face - they are all at risk this winter. Please donate now.

Unicef urgently need your help to provide thermal winter clothing, medicines and nutritious food to protect Syria's children from the deadly winter. With your support we can make sure Syrian children caught in war and conflict get the help they need to stay safe and strong.

Your gift could help buy a child a thermal hat and gloves and other winter supplies. 

 

For the first 12 months monthly donations made to this appeal will go to children affected by the Syrian conflict. After that they will go to our Children's Emergency Fund. If funds raised exceed Unicef's funding requirements for this appeal, your gift will go to our Children's Emergency Fund.