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
A girl receives a vaccine at a health centre in Damascus during the UNICEF-supported polio and measles immunisation campaign. Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2012-1628/BASSEL HALABI £50 could buy vaccines to immunise more than 60 children against measles.
£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.
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£10
£10 could provide thermal blankets for at least 2 babies every month Credit: © UNICEF £10 could provide thermal blankets for at least 2 babies every month
£5
£5 a month could provide exercise books for 4 classes of childre Credit: © UNICEF £5 a month could provide exercise books for 4 classes of children over a year.
£3
£3 could buy a child a hat and gloves to keep them warm this winter Credit: © UNICEF £3 could buy a child a hat and gloves to keep them warm.
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With your support we can protect more Syrian children.

After four years of conflict, millions of Syrian refugee children are vulnerable to disease and malnutrition, as well as violence and exploitation. Millions have lost loved ones, homes and schools.  

Unicef is working around the clock in Syria and the surrounding countries to give children crucial and life-saving supplies such as clean water, medicine and psychological support. We won't stop until every child is safe. 

Children shouldn’t continue to suffer in this brutal war. Together, we can make sure they get the help they need to stay safe and strong.

Please donate now. 

If funds raised exceed Unicef's funding requirements for this appeal, your gift will go to our Children's Emergency Fund. 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 wherever the need is greatest.