At least 70 Syrians — many of them children — were killed Tuesday in the worst chemical attack the country has experienced in years. Reports say the agent was released around 6:30 a.m., while many were still asleep.
Approximately 300 people are still suffering from symptoms including vomiting, fever, nausea, breathlessness, skin and eye irritation, and extreme headaches. Medical needs in Syria are at an all-time high … and resources have been depleted.
But you can step in and make a difference in this time of urgent need for as little as $35.
Teams are already in place to help those who have been evacuated. But they are in desperate need of supplies.
Your gift of $35 will provide emergency medical supplies and aid. You can intervene and be a lifeline to men, women — and especially children — suffering from this chemical attack.
Please do what you can to help the victims of this atrocious war crime. Every second counts … and every dollar you give can save a life.