Imagine having to pick between education or shelter. What if you had to pick between freezing or going hungry?
As temperatures begin to plunge day by day, vulnerable families living within impoverished communities or displaced from their homes, face impossible choices like these.
Already suffering from poverty – and now the effects of a global pandemic, the freezing temperatures are a threat to their survival, and with no food, shelter, or warm clothing, winter is not a holiday season, the harsh weather conditions could and will claim lives.
For the duration of the winter season, READ Foundation will be delivering life-saving aid that will help the most vulnerable people living in parts of Lebanon, Yemen, Pakistan and Syria cope in the harsh weather conditions. When donors like you give to support our response, our brothers and sisters will receive food, warm clothing, hygiene kits, heating, fuel and so much more.
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Could provide a family in Lebanon with a food pack containing sugar, rice, chickpeas, lentils, bulgur, cooking oil, halwa, sardines, pasta, tomato paste, tuna, tea and more.
Or you could provide a family of up to 4 people in Yemen or Pakistan with warm clothing including fleece pyjamas, jackets, shawls, sweaters and socks.
Or could provide a family in Syria with 150 tonnes of biomass to heat their tents for 2 months and 50 bread bundles for 2 months.
Could provide a family in Lebanon with a food pack and hygiene kit containing gloves, hand sanitizers, hand soap, dettol, shampoo, shampoo, tissues, face masks and sanitary items.
Or you could provide a family in Yemen or Pakistan with blankets and warm clothing.
Could provide a family in Lebanon with 20 litres of heating fuel, blankets, mattresses, warm clothing (scarfs, gloves, sweaters), as well as a food and hygiene pack.
Or you could provide large families in Yemen or Pakistan with warm clothing, blankets, mattresses and more.
Or could provide up to two large families in Syria with 150 tonnes of biomass to heat their shelters for 2 months and 50 bread bundles for 2 months.