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SOS Malta Launches Appeal to support a Refugee Camp in Serbia.
The photos coming from Europe are truly heartbreaking. Over 4 million are now refugees seeking safety in countries across Europe, forced from their homes due to violence and persecution. Our values call us to answer the desperate please of mothers, fathers and children searching for safety and assistance.
SOS Malta is preparing to give vital aid to refugees in a camp in Serbia. Supported by representatives of the three political parties in the Local Councils, the business sector represented by the Paltform CORE and the Serbian Community in Malta we shall be providing food, water and non-food items such as hygiene kits and sleeping bags.
SOS Malta launches an urgent public appeal for funds for relief efforts in Serbia. Refugees cannot wait!
Members of the public can send donations to SOS Malta, 10, Triq il Ward, Sta Venera SVR 1640 or via SOS Malta Bank accounts and Mobile numbers:
APS a/c 20000245111 – IBAN MT15APSB77024004278620000245111
HSBC a/c 006070932050 – IBAN MT05MMEB44060000000006070932050
BOV a/c 40013974950 – IBAN MT51VALL22013000000040013974950
SMS Donations: 50616125 - €4.66 / 50619226 - €11.65
Online Donations: http://www.sosmalta.org/donate_now
SOS Malta staff will work with other agencies in Serbia to provide emergency relief. Your donation will help to provide for basic needs.
SOS Malta is launching Diversitarte: a music montage workshop series, an intercultural music and singing project supported by the Creative Communities fund from the Arts Council Malta.
This project is designed for children aged 7 to 13, and aims to bring together children from different nationalities and make them share their music and songs and undertake exchanges of cultures whilst at the same time learning music and singing skills.
For more information, please click on this link: http://www.sosmalta.org/diversitarte
Are you passionate about global issues and want to tell the world?
SOS Malta together with its LADDER partners are launching the citizen journalists initiative: creating a network of non-professional journalists from all ages dealing with development issues.
If you wish to know more about this initiative, follow this link: http://www.sosmalta.org/ladder