Helping refugees who are landing on the island by distributing food, clothes and backpacks. Generally asssting refugees to settle into life on the island.
Mission 2: Athens June 2016
Buying and taking food and other basic essentials to the areas in Athens where they are most needed.
Mission 3: Athens July 2016
Helping at several refugee squats around Athens including the 5th School and Jasmin School by providing them with cleaning materials, food for adults and babies, nappies and school materials for kids.
Mission 4: Athens August 2016
Helping refill several refugee squat larders with general food items, baby milk, tools and fresh fruit and vegetables. This time a GP was part of our team who ran clinics in two squats around the city.
Mission 5: Athens September 2016
Replenishing stocks in several squats including dry goods as well as getting special items such as cheese and sweets for Eid. Working commenced on the education center project which is slowly taking form.
Mission 6: Athens October 2016
Fed over 2000 refugees at 7 squats across Athens with basic food provisions and restocked their larders with hygene products and baby food.
Mission 7: Athens October 2016
Set up and launched the education centre at Khora providing English and Greek lessons to refugees of all ages.
Mission 8: Athens November 2016
Implemeted Project Breakfast providing food for 2,000 refugees for almost 2 weeks. Supplied dozens of crates of fresh fruits and vegetables to the refugee camps and purchased a new freezer and sinks for a new camp.
Mission 9: Athens December 2016
Bought and delivered more than 5 tones of food and supplies. Organise weekly deliveries of eggs, fresh fruits and vegetable. This was the month during which we made the biggest actions so far.
Mission 10: Athens January 2017
Help reorganise the storage room of one of the camps. Delivered food around Exarchia and scheduled twice weekly deliveries for a month of veg and fruit for 1300 families and individuals. And refilled the clinic room of one of the camps with the needed medications.
Mission 11 Athens February 20157
We have been planing the delivery of breakfasts to 6 unofficial camps in Athens. Thanks to your support 1300 people will wake up with some enjoyable items to eat. Because education is very important to us, the team as been delivering notebooks, pens and necessary stationaries not only for our students but also to other places providing education to refugees in alternative environments.