We need your help!
This week the House of Commons narrowly voted against the Dubs Amendment to save lone child refugees in Europe, in a really saddening result.
What has it come to when we would choose NOT to help unaccompanied children in need?
A revised Dubs Amendment was voted through the House of Lords on 26th April, and is due to go back to the Government on Tuesday, which gives us a few days to take action!
We’re not really clued up on all of the politics of this situation, which is why we can’t thank our friends at Calais Action (who are spearheading this campaign) enough, but we can take these small actions, and ask you to do the same…
Please sign the petition:
With over 11,000 signatures in less than 24 hours the support is most definitely there, and we need yours too! Please sign the petition here:
Ask your children to write to David Cameron:
Children all around the country are writing to David Cameron, asking him to help more refugee children in the beautiful #save3000 campaign.
If you have, or know any children who can write, please encourage them to add their voice to the movement, like Martha and Fraser, whose letters you can see here.
Send your letters to:
The Rt Hon David Cameron MP
10 Downing Street
We truly believe that it is the small, individual actions of people like you and me that come together to make a big difference.
Let’s be that change.