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I am a U.S. citizen, from Durango, Colorado, working for a major airline. I am based in Frankfurt, Germany. I have been volunteering my time for the last year and a half collecting and distributing clothing from the U.S. and sending them to many parts of Europe, especially in northern Greece where I work in one of the refugee camps. I am implementing ways for refugees to create, design and fill their time whilst waiting for their asylum. Through our art project, Nea Kavala Art Without Borders on Facebook, we have created a lovely traveling exhibition to create awareness, show the art from the children and those that have been displaced and generate support for the many families that I have met along this journey.
This is the most challenging time for all of us, but we must let love win and work together in solidarity for the good of all humankind. Join me on this journey to make a difference!

— Kayra Martinez —

 

 

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Radiate Love w/ Love Without Borders For Refugees In Need

March 9, 2018, 6:00pm - March 9, 2018, 8:00pm

After learning the stories of refugee artists CFI students D'arcy and Kennedy were inspired. They are partnering with Love Without Borders For Refugees In Need so you can experience these stories as well. Come support the artists during this unique show at the Radial Point Art Gallery. Or make a donation www.gofundme.com/3f3h4qqw For kids caught in unimaginable challenges of war and the parents who navigate raising children through these hardships, art provides a purpose when all else has been stripped away. Sponsored by Center for Inquiry School 2 8th graders

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Delaware County Students Get Art Surprise From Syrian Refugees

 

How Refugee Children In Greece Are Sharing Their Life Experiences Through Art

 

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Attention surfers, water skiers and divers!

We’re making a call out to anyone that has a wet suit to donate and send to us for Lesbos, Greece. These are very useful in helping our volunteers on the front line who are singlehandedly taking the refugees out of the cold water and bringing them to safe grounds. Whether you’re in the U.S., Europe or anywhere else we can give you an address or drop off location so you can send them to us.

If you would like to donate one we have some links available of wetsuits that are recommended.

Feel free to PM me with any questions and thank you in advance for your donations!

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