Give a semblance of stability and security to those who have lost everything


In 2015, 856,000 people passed through the Greek islands, and in 2017 and 2018 only just under 30 thousand (according to UNHCR). But 2019 brought already a growth – over 60,000 newcomers. Today, boats coming to Greek beaches are back again, and practice shows that you can get stuck in Lesbos for a good few years. Nikos and Katerina run a small restaurant on the island, where every refugee can feel at home and eat a meal for free.

  • There are currently over 2200 refugees in the Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesbos
  • At least half of them are children
  • Since the beginning of 2015, nearly 1 million refugees have arrived in Europe via the Greek islands
We provide more than


meals to refugees a day
We distribute

meals and first aid items

for the most needy, inc. children, pregnant women and the sick


“Today we have again served a dozen or so meals too few,” complained Fahim in July, “and yet we are about to feed not 200 but nearly 800 needy people!”

Tents that keep changing location, families that keep moving, and those torn apart by refusal of asylum – there is not a single stable thing in the refugee camp in Lesbos. That’s why it’s so important to us that at least that one hot, healthy meal a day is something that those in need can always count on. But how can this be done in the face of the camp’s chaos, which resounds in three different languages and information gets lost in the maze of change?

You have faced the challenge with us and together we have created an app that will enable volunteers to provide help in a precise manner. We now know exactly who and where we should visit. There is no risk of making a mistake!

We already have the tool, but in view of the rising exchange rate of the euro, we fear that there will simply not be enough meals – the most essential ones, for pregnant women, ailing seniors and young children, for whom camp catering is not enough, or even makes them ill. Every day, Home for All volunteers look into the eyes of mothers who would give anything for their children to eat fresh vegetables. They would give anything to no longer have to ask for painkillers for children whom the camp diet simply harms.

The volunteers also visit diabetics and seniors suffering from hypertension who, deprived of access to medication, may see diet as their only hope of survival.

“I walk around the camp and ask myself whether I would have survived even a month here. I think about the diet, the sanitary conditions, the access to medical care. And I have doubts- and yet this could have happened to me and my family if I had been born in a different place,” says Kasia, our analyst, who is working on the app in the camp.

The food we distribute through Home for All is not just a meal. It is a small taste of stability and security for those who have lost everything in life. It’s warmth when a family can sit down to a meal together. It’s one more day for those who have been given the harshest sentence by the lack of access to medicines.

Please donate one meal. Black Friday is around the corner and we will all succumb to the discounted shopping frenzy. If you can afford it – please also think of those who are no longer expecting anything – no gadget, electronic equipment or toy. All they want is for their families to survive the harsh camp conditions. Conditions in which one meal a day is by no means guaranteed. Give them lunch and make sure that no one in need goes hungry tomorrow!

Urgent Help Needed

Save the Pharmacy for the Poorest in Togo

This amount will allow for equipping pharmacy shelves for the first half of the year. Ania and Mateusz will take care of this, and they will fly to Togo in February and fill the shelves with the most essential antibiotics, antimalarial drugs, and pain relievers. The Saoudé Pharmacy has people to save. It cannot succeed without your support.

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We already have :
2,032 EUR
We need:
6,667 EUR