Make a home for Aylan Kurdi's Family

We want to find the family of Aylan Kurdi and give them a safe home, as well as help protect other Syrian families.

Project aim

We want to find the family of Aylan Kurdi and give them a safe home, as well as help protect other Syrian families.

About the project

Every day Syrian people are crossing over to Greece in hopes of looking for a better life, like the 3 year old toddler Aylan Kurdi, whose body washed up on the shore. This is testimony to how little our governments are doing to help them, which in turn leaves us with a choice. We either let our governments represent us and we allow our neighbours to die, in a war-torn country or in the waters between us or we do something about it now.What we want to do is find the family of Aylan Kurdi and give them a safe home, so there sons or brothers death is not remembered in vain. We need to track them down. Get them a place to live, even if it is just temporary. Somewhere they can rest, recover and moarn in peace. That will take us £12,000.But that isn't enough. Saving one family is not enough. We must open our arms and embrace the Syrian people. Let them know they are welcomed. Thats why we need as much support as possible.Your money will go on setting up refugee camps around Europe, finding and helping people get to them. If we get enough support we even want to send some boats over to them. Some boats sturdier than they have.But again. Money is just money, little bits of paper. We are going to need your help in person. We are going to need people to help prepare and hand out food, to build, to protect the camps from our government officials who will want to tear it down.You can get in touch with me; reuwilde@outlook.com.We can all sit around and say we aren't special and that we can't help. But you guys proved that we could by helping Abdul. We need to step up and do something now.

Who am I?

No one special. Just someone who is sick of seeing people die every day for no reason. Just a citizen. Just like you. But we can all make a difference. It is down to us now. I've had experience tracking things down and taking active roles in charitable organisations that are known for their protests.Please help. Even if it is just £1.Everything will help.

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