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In light of the huge humanitarian crisis currently unfolding in Turkey and Syria, we have taken the decision to change the charity at Port Zélande to the Save The Children/DEC (Disasters Emergency Committee).

Currently more than 28,000 children, women and men have died, with that number expected to rise significantly over the next days. There are however, many survivors who are desperately in need of aid, which Save The Children/DEC are co-ordinating. We ask you to spare as much as you can at Port Zélande. We are in tears about the whole thing, but our tears alone won't help. Money can and will. Thank you all.

Lucy has promised us some wonderful prizes, so we hope you will feel able to support us in our efforts.

If you're not going to Port Zélande but you know someone who is, you can ask them to buy you a raffle ticket. If you aren't going, you can send a donation directly in UK to either Save The Children or DEC. Alternatively look for the aid programme in your own country.

For more information please go to Save The Children.

Turkey-Syria Earthquake: How Save The Children are helping...

Save The Children

Two earthquakes have struck southern Turkey, near the Syrian border. Reports say more than 28,000 people have been killed and thousands of families have been forced from their homes – exposing them to freezing winter temperatures and snowstorms.

Rescuers have been racing against time to reach children trapped under rubble.

Save The Children’s teams are operating hand-in-hand with long-time partners across northwest Syria and Turkey. Together, they’re assessing what children and their families need, so we can deliver emergency relief following the Turkey-Syria earthquake.

But Save The Children urgently need your help.

By donating to the DEC Turkey-Syria Earthquake Appeal, you can help Save The Children get families the food, warm blankets, winter clothes and shelter materials they need to survive. You can help Save The Children set up safe spaces for women and children, and get psychological support to children so they can start to process their terrible experiences.

Help Save The Children get life-saving supplies to terrified children and families who’ve lost everything.

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