Will you help children stay warm this winter?

Syrian children face a freezing winter with no way of keeping warm. Donate now and give children life-saving blankets and winter clothing.

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1.3 million

Children need your support to stay warm this winter

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Temperatures drop to zero and below in affected areas

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More than half of all Syrians have had to flee from their homes

$61

Gives a child warm gloves, shoes, scarf, hat, jacket and thermal trousers.

HOW CAN YOU HELP

You can protect children from the cold

Every day, countless Syrian children wake up in flimsy make-shift shelters. They’ve lost everything. Their homes, their schools, and their friends and family members.

And now as temperatures plummet, they risk losing their lives to the cold.

UNICEF is working around the clock to deliver life-saving blankets and winter clothing for children before the worst weather hits. But to do that, we need your help. Please donate now.

Just $61 can give a child a life-saving winter clothing kit.
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Salah, Amal and Rehab are joined by their cousins, as they warm their hands in front of a fire in an Informal Tented Settlement in Jordan.
Syrian children have been displaced across Syria and surrounding countries, in areas which can be extremely cold in winter.
UNICEF is working around the clock to token and deliver life-saving winter clothing and thermal blankets before the worst weather hits.
The war in Syria has left many children with little more than the clothes on their backs.
As snow falls and temperatures plummet, children like Khadeejia’s daily struggle for survival gets even tougher.
Amaan, age 4 is one of the children who received a UNICEF winter clothing kit last year. He now attends a centre where he is able to learn, play and overcome trauma.
Syrian children Alie (5), Hanan (4), Fatima (3) and Ahmed (1) open up their boxes of winter clothing and thermal blankets.
Arkan, age 10, received life-saving winter clothing at a UNICEF supported children’s centre for Syrian refugees in Jordan. She tells us that her favourite thing is drawing.
Faraat (7) and her brother Rahaf (5) open up their winter clothing kits in Irbid, Jordan.

Saving a child's life begins with a blanket

The war in Syria has left many children with little more than the clothes on their backs. But with your support, we can get life-saving blankets and winter clothing to even the most vulnerable and hardest to reach kids.

Please donate now and help protect a child from a brutal winter.