Algy says we must try to prevent any more scenes like this one.
following two charities work day and night to rescue refugees from the
Mediterranean Sea, and help them recover. In many cases they literally
snatch them out of the water. Please help them save more lives:
two charities between them have rescued over 20,000 people from
drowning so far this year – men, women, children and babies. On 2nd
September alone – just one day – MSF rescued 1,658 people, of which 199
were children, including many many toddlers and babies, and 547 were
Like those who have been rescued, Algy was very lucky –
he survived his experience at sea, and found a new life in a new land,
as you can read in his children’s book A Surprisingly Fluffy Bird. But many other stories do not end happily, but in tragedy that could have been prevented.
Algy says please do anything at all that you can to help prevent any more scenes like this one.
Please reblog and share these links.
Yet another young Syrian child has been washed up on a Turkish beach, drowned while trying to reach safety:
Please continue to reblog this post, share the links, and – if you possibly can – make a donation to help these organisations save as many lives as possible. Many charities are providing vital aid to refugees in transit and to displaced people in the countries affected by conflict. Here are some important ones again:
Oxfam is providing emergency relief for refugees in Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and for those who have managed to reach Italy:
Thank you. Algy sends you all a lot of very fluffy hugs xoxoxo