The Syria Bread Project
With millions of Syrians suffering from the civilian war on a regular basis; some of whom have family dependant on them, with no where to live, no homes, no clothes and most importantly no food. Bread has been the most demanded to survive on. £300 enables us to buy flour enough to feed 6000 people.
Our biggest bread project was in 2017 when TaskForce GLM had raised £1.4m and secured the lowest prices on flour; all of which was delivered personally by our founder and volunteers to ensure donations and flour were delivered to accordingly and to the most needed areas. We go into the very needed areas; where there are many who are vulnerable and in desperate need.
2000 Tonnes in Aleppo
5000 Tonnes into Idlib
100% used on flour
TaskForce GLM has been able to initiate a orphanage to advocate a safe place for the children to reside in. We ensure everything donated is used on the children alone. We strongly believe in 100% donation and work hard to maintain this.
£300 provides a safe place for a portion of a year for a child. Young children need to be protected and nurtured. They are our future and TaskForce GLM has previously and will walk away from geographical regions if they are not happy with the organisation and running of the orphanage. TaskForce GLM aims to reach above and beyond to complete the task in the best and most appropriate way possible.
TaskForce GLM has managed to secure a orphanage in Turkey; one of the biggest and most independent. This orphanage has been up and running since October 2017. It is currently run by a family and houses 240 orphans and 80 widows at this moment in time. TaskForce GLM is the only source of funding for this orphanage at this moment in time; hence why your donations will have a huge positive impact for the orphanage. £300 will provide for a portion of a year for one orphan and £1100 will provide food, security, clothes, safety for one whole year for one orphan.
House a Syrian orphan project: How is the war affecting children?
Thousands of children have been orphaned as a result of the war. Some have younger siblings as dependants; some alone. Children are suffering in numerous ways as a direct result of the war. According to the UNICEF report 2017; 2 million children are out of school. One-third of schools are out of use as a result of the war.
Disease and malnutrition is most common in war torn areas. Children are at risk of diarrhoea diseases like cholera as a result of poor sanitation. During winter, there is a increased risk of pneumonia and other respiratory infections.See Our Story