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Tallulah Rendall

Tallulah Rendall's A Song For Peace - Fundraising for Child Refugees

Raising money for Save the Children because 1,000s of Child Refugees need our help

20 %
raised of £10,000 target
by 70 supporters

Save the Children

We exist to help every child to reach their full potential.

Charity Registration No. England and Wales (213890) Scotland (SC039570)


'I woke up one morning and on reading the news, felt heartbroken and immediately wrote 'We Don't Want War'.  I was unsure if I would ever share it with anyone until the next morning when I read about Aylan, 3, and Galip Kurdi, 5, who were found dead on a Turkish Beach after an overcrowded boat filled with refugees fleeing the war in Syria capsized.

I decided I have to do something to help. 

A very small donationcan make an enormous difference to those children who have survived the journey, and who are now in dire need.  Many children have been separated en route, have experienced heartbreaking trauma or simply have nothing. With winter fast
approaching, life is about to get even harder. I hope this song will
inspire you to join this campaign and help make a difference to the
children facing life or death situations.’ Tallulah Rendall

This year there are nearly One Million people seeking refuge or resettlement. 50% of these are children.

So far 515,000 have made the perilous journey across the Mediterranean; more than 2960 have died.

All funds from this fundraising campaign are going directly to Save The Children.  

Each pledge will receive a link to a free download of 'A Song For Peace - We Don't Want War.

- could provide 66 mothers and their children who are sleeping in camps or in the open air with a hygiene kit, so they can keep clean and
healthy, with diapers, rash cream, baby wipes, soap, sanitary pads, shampoo,  toothbrushes, toothpaste and sunblock.

£5000 - could provide food for a day for 1428 children fleeing conflict and extreme poverty, and sleeping in camps or outdoors. This includes milk, bread, foodfor young children as well as non-perishable foods and a source of protein, such as meat.

£10,000 could provide 125 families of five fleeing conflict and extreme poverty an 'on-the-move’ shelter kit (including sleeping materials, a decent tent, torch and batteries.)

'I can confirm that everything you raise is going directly to our Child Refugee Crisis Appeal.'  Emily Paul,  Save The Children


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