This winter, for just £50 you can provide warm clothing, blankets and fuel for families who otherwise may not survive the winter
One of our unique projects is the Springs of Hope family centre for Syrian orphans and widowed mothers. With over 215 orphans in our full time care and 70 widowed mothers, Springs of Hope is a safe home located on the border of Turkey and Syria, in Reyhanli, where we provide food, clothes, healthcare and education to the orphans, as well as help the mothers up-skill to find work.
SKT Welfare will be distributing warm clothing, blankets and fuel to families in Pakistan, Gaza, Syria, Kashmir and here at home in the UK. For just £50, you can help make sure a family in need receive warmth and protection this winter.
Temperatures drop below freezing at night during the winter months, and many of Pakistan’s poorest and most vulnerable people just don’t have the money to buy winter clothes or blankets. Millions of the country’s poorest people live in fear that they won’t make it through the winter
Almost 9 years of war has left over 11 million people in Syria in desperate need of aid.
Millions have fled their homes and are displaced within the country, living without proper shelter, and with no food or warm clothes. While many have managed to seek refuge from war, winter is a threat they cannot escape.
Winter in Syria can be extremely harsh, with periods of heavy snow and temperatures well below zero. Over 1.5 million children face freezing temperatures this winter, without warm clothes, good food, or shelter to keep them warm. Winter is every parent’s nightmare in Syria.
If we do nothing, children will die. Make this a winter of mercy. Just £50 could provide a stove and coal for a family to make sure they have enough heat and warm food to last them the whole of winter.
Temperatures drop below freezing at night during the winter months, and many of syrian’s poorest and most vulnerable people just don’t have the money to buy winter clothes or blankets. Millions of the country’s poorest people live in fear that they won’t make it through the winter