This is a grassroots campaign to help refugees arriving on their lifesaving migration to Europe.
Alison Terry-Evans, who has spent a lot of time on the island over the past 8 years, is requesting help to pay for vehicle rental and gas for herself and other women of Eressos to transport women, children and babies up to 60 kilometers to safety. They need support to launder the wet and muddy clothing left behind that can be recycled for new arrivals. (In just a few days they have completed 60 loads of wash which has been organized and distributed for use.) Funds will also be used for water and food, as well as pharmaceutical supplies. Alison began by taking photos for a presentation to assist with the fundraising, but it became evident from the first day that it would be impossible not to be active helping people.