Syria Crisis Appeal

The conflict in Syria has been ongoing for over five years and has drastically changed millions of lives.

6 million children have now lost their homes. Families are escaping Syria and the region in the hope of finding safety, with many children travelling unaccompanied.

Please donate now to save lives and protect Syrian children.


According to the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) 11.3 million Syrians have fled their homes seeking safety in remote areas of Syria, neighbouring countries and Europe.

We are still helping families in Syria and the surrounding region. As the crisis deepens, families are still struggling to meet basic needs - with many in urgent need of food, shelter and household essentials like blankets and hygiene items.

Children urgently still need your support as the humanitarian need continues to grow, becoming more desperate than ever.

How your money can help

  • £52 could provide school supplies, hygiene kits, blankets and notes of encouragement to 3 children so they know they are not forgotten.
  • £78 could provide life-saving food to a refugee family for a month.
  • £175 could provide a child with nutritious food, clean water, medical care, education and a safe place to stay for a month.



World Vision's response to this crisis is continually expanding and we will use your donation to help children and families in the Syria region and refugees arriving in Europe.

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Iconic image represents 'grim reality' of Syria Crisis

Thursday 18, Aug, 2016

World Vision reacts to the heartbreaking image of five-year-old Omran being pulled from rubble in Aleppo.

Soccer for Syrians: Bringing football to the children of Azraq

Sunday 07, Aug, 2016

Simple things like giving children a safe place to run around and express themselves makes a huge amount of difference to refuge…

Russia/Syria plan for humanitarian corridors 'deeply flawed'

Wednesday 03, Aug, 2016

World Vision today joins a global push for a two-day 'humanitarian pause' in the battle for Aleppo. In all, 34 international bod…