I want to give a donation of:
£1000
£1000 could provide a tent for Unicef emergency operations to keep children safe from danger. Credit: £1000 could provide a tent for Unicef emergency operations to keep children safe from danger.
£5000
£5000 could provide 15 schools with clean water to protect children from life threatening disease. Credit: £5000 could provide 15 schools with clean water to protect children from life threatening disease.
£10000
£10,000  could provide enough education kits to enable 3,000 children to continue their schooling in times of conflict with UNICEF’s school-in-a-box. Credit: £10,000 could keep children in over 100 schools warm this winter with heating for a whole classroom, blankets and winter clothing kits.
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A two-year-old Bangladeshi girl splashes water in a small plastic basin beside a tubewell installed with UNICEF assistance. Credit:

Donate and help keep thousands more Syrian children safe and warm this winter.

The conflict in Syria is the largest humanitarian crisis since World War 2, placing 8 million children in terrible danger. These children have been through so much. So many have lost their mum or dad, their school, their home. Millions have been forced to make terrifying journeys, often with nothing but the clothes on their backs. And now winter is coming. Syria's children face freezing temperatures, with no way of keeping warm. Cold and frightened, without shelter and blankets, these children will struggle to survive.

Even if you are unable to attend the Halloween Ball you can still help keep children safe and warm by making a donation today. 

How will my donation help children?

Unicef is working on the ground right now, providing blankets, clean water and medicine. We are one of the few humanitarian organisations working for children in Syria and accross the region, as well as for refugee children in Europe.

Please help us make sure no child is cold and in danger this winter.

Thank you.

The extent of the crisis in and around Syria has meant that Unicef is finding it increasingly difficult to reach the millions of children in desperate need.

Unicef is funded entirely by voluntary contributions, We recieve no funding from the UN budget.