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Rohingya Crisis – Trip 1

Donation Goal For This Project is £30,000
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Drop of Compassion volunteers were on the ground from the 16th – 22nd September 2017 and with your help distributed 1083 Food packs, 50 shelter packs and 50 Survival Kits. We will be on the ground once at the end of October, if you would still like to donate to the Rohingya Crisis, please visit this page to learn more about the recent appeals.


Drop of Compassion volunteers were on the ground delivering much needed aid to refugee camps in Bangladesh.  Your generous donations helped us support as many people as possible.

The following packages were provided to families:

Just £30: Family Food Pack

This includes Rice 20kg, Cereals 4.5kg, cooking oil 2.5 litres, potato 4kg, various spices 1kg, biscuits 1kg, water 5 litres and molasses/treacle 1kg.

Just £100: Survival Pack

This includes a Family Food Pack (as above) plus utensils which will include a food storage canister, 6 each of plates/bowls, glasses, mugs/cups, a set of 6 spoons and a knife, matches/lighter and 2 candles. It will also include a hygiene kit containing soap; 6 toothbrushes; female sanitary pads; combs; razor blades; a plastic bin and trash bags. Additionally, they’ll be 50 water purification tablets and two water containers along with a baby’s milk bottle; a pack of diapers; baby milk or shoes depending on the need and a child’s toy.

Just £150: Shelter Pack

A family tent for 6 people along with plastic sheeting, 2 mattresses plus bed sheets and pillows.

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Just £250: Full Emergency Kit

Survival Pack (which includes family food pack) and Shelter Pack.

All donations, however little, will go a long way in providing relief to the desperate Rohingya people. You can make a difference to their lives by supporting this cause and donating generously, THANK YOU.


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We guarantee 100% of your donations will reach their intended target. The charity operates on a voluntary basis ensuring our costs are kept to a minimum. The set-up, operating, admin and marketing costs are met by the trustees, supporters and some from the gift aid contributions.