Boy from Gaza


Israeli attacks have killed thousands of innocent children, with a million more forced from their homes and facing starvation. It's the deadliest crisis for children this century. We must deliver the biggest aid and mental health response in our history, but we can't do it without you.

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This is the deadliest crisis for children this century

Every day, children in Gaza are waking up to a nightmare.

Endless violence and bombing have forced over a million children from their homes, with nothing to eat and nowhere to go. Right now in Gaza, children are dying from starvation and dehydration. Many have seen their family members die, and suffered life-threatening injuries.

War Child is on the ground in Gaza, working tirelessly to provide life-saving aid to children. We have been delivering emergency supplies such as food, clean water and shelter to over 70,000 children and their families.

But it's nowhere near enough.

A donation from you will mean basic essentials to keep children alive. Will you help provide food, clean water & mental health first aid for children in Gaza?

Please, donate now.


*All one-off donations will be used to support War Child’s work protecting children in Gaza and the West Bank. Monthly gifts will mean life-saving aid for children living in war zones all around the world, being ready to respond to new and escalating conflicts, and building brighter futures for children long after the cameras have left.

How a monthly donation from you changes lives 

Regular monthly gifts are an incredible way to support children living through conflict, both now and into the future. Your donations will mean we can provide life-saving aid when conflict breaks out, and stay to support children through their recovery - keeping them safe, helping them cope with their experiences, learn, and equip them with skills for the future. For 30 years, we've been driven by a single goal - for no child's life to be torn apart by war. By starting a regular monthly gift for children today, we can be there for vulnerable children living in war zones for as long as they need us.