How does $56,000 break down:
From Save the Children:
$10 could provide 1,000 gallons of safe drinking water for families fleeing their homes.
$35 can provide a refugee child with nutritious food for a week, including milk and bread.
$60 can provide 2 families with diapers, wipes and supplies to keep children clean and healthy.
$120 is enough to provide a family with a shelter kit including sleeping bags, tents, and flashlights.
The funds provided from the Collette Foundation and our match campaign are keeping lifesaving relief supplies flowing into hard-hit communities and helping protect newly-arriving children’s rights and ensure access to services. Save the Children continues to alleviate needs in the turbulent countries from which children and families are fleeing. It is particularly focused on children who are making this perilous and often chaotic journey unaccompanied by any adult. To date, Save the Children has reached over 3.1 million people – including over 2 million children – in the countries of origin.