Violence has brought death and destruction to Syria, and millions of people have been displaced from their homes or have fled the country. Every day, across the country, Syrian Arab Red Crescent volunteers and staff are risking their lives to get aid to the most vulnerable Syrians.
Dr. Mohamed Noor Al Nassan is a volunteer in Homs, where another 3,000 families have recently been made homeless. He said: "The Red Crescent does a great job in Syria, but we want support. There are so many gaps in Syria and we can't do everything. We have the team, we have the capacity, but we want support".
It is only through the support of people like you that we are able to deliver life-saving aid to those who desperately need our help.