Weʼve raised £10 to Purchase food and medicine to send to elderly people, women and children in Syria.
- London, United Kingdom
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- Funded on Thursday, 1st December 2016
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While Syria is suffering from the catastrophe of the bombings. There are women with children and elderly people becoming victims to the perpetuating war. We focus on feeding these citizens who have been seeking refuge at the border side of the Syrian/Turkey border.
Consequently, The Aid Team aims to send a 40 foot container filled with donations every 2 weeks. The container is mainly filled with food pallets such as Rice, broad beans, chick peas, vegetable oil, and chopped tomatoes. Medicine such as paracetamol, pain killers, and emergency trauma kits are also sent. We have previously sent 350 wheelchairs, over 250 pairs of crutches and 100 zimmer frames.
This appeal is to help pay for the following :
4 Pallets of chopped tomatoes
2 pallets of cooking oil
3 pallets of rice
1 pallet of lentils
These pallets are urgently required in order for The Aid Team to send out their 18th container of aid to Syria, which cannot leave until they have been purchased.
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Nov 2, 2016
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London, United Kingdom
The Aid Team is a non profit organisation run entirely by volunteers who aim to send out 40ft shipping containers of aid to the most needy trapped in Syria. Containers can only be sent when 30 pallets of food, equalling an estimated 30 thousand KG have been received in donations.
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