Meet Goodwill Caravan’s first family who were safely taken out of the jungle refugee camp, to the safety of a warm home in London.
The Goodwill Caravan team met these two little children children winter of 2015 in the jungle refugee camp. The children cried for help as their mother was too sick communicate due to a cardiac episode. “They grabbed my hand and said ‘help our mother please.'” They were only 6 and 3 at the time, stranded in a refugee camp.
3 years later, on the 7th of November 2018, their mother proudly sat and watched her two little kids receive an award for bravery at the World Peace and Prosperity foundation award.
We are now raising funds to pay for their school uniforms and educational classes to help them catch up with school as they were out of school for most of their lives due to war in Syria.
We are now urgently trying to raise funds to pay for their educational classes and school uniform. Due to the war in Syria, they were unable to attend school and now require classes to catch up. Here is what is required:
- Arabic School for a year – £1000
- Kumon Classes – £300
- School uniform for a term – £50
Every bit of donation makes a difference to the lives of these children.
We have hundreds of unaccompanied children that we run protection projects for in Greece, with some children that we work hard to get out of prison and detention centres when they loose their parents . We will continue to work and with your support it will help our resolve to carry on helping the most vulnerable.