...to provide basic help to Refugees in Calais/Dunkirke
... in need of food
It's not so easy to feed this amount of people. There are some kind of kitchens where Voluntaries cooking and handing out at least some warm food. People who have some pots are cooking on open fire and on donated camping cookers.
Rice, bread, potatoes, carrots, cooking oil, salt, sugar, spices, and whatever you can think off.
Some chocolate for children; I am sure you will get a bright smile in return.
...in need of housing, Tents/Caravans
When the Refugees arrive, there have nothing apart for what there wear and what there can carry. There are in urgent need of shelter:
Tents, Caravans, some kinds of Structured Shelter.
Refugees in Calais
An estimated number of around 10 000 people in November 2015.
Refugees coming from:
Syria, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Sudan and God know where from
... in need of Clotheing
That's a big issue. To have the right clothing available. The condition at the Camps is not us we would describe ideal. It's wet and muddy and cold as the temperatures falling.
Warm Weather proof Clothing, Wellington Boots and other Weather proof shoos.
... in need of cosmetic
To keep clean and healthy is not so easy under thatch terrible living condition.
Soap, shampoo, washing powder/liquid, one way shavers, nail clippers, Sanitary Pads & Towels-Feminine Care,
... in need of light and heating material
At night its dark and cold. Also cooking without fire can be a bit challenging.
Candles/Latern's, Torches with Batteries, Gas Cylinders to Cook, Fire wood