Meet some of the people you're helping
Photo story by Donald Michael Chambers, September 2017
Subhi has sought refuge in Greece for a year and four months. Every day for the last six months he has prepared meals at the Chios People's Kitchen that are then distributed to refugee children at various centres. The number varies. These days it's 60 kids, some of whom are unaccompanied.
When the war started Subhi was in his third year of law school in Syria.
Abdulah was an oil rig worker and part-time plasterer in his home of Iraq before being forced to leave.
Now stuck on Chios he dreams of becoming a model.
Else and her children are in Greece alone. The children's father, and three of his four brothers, were tortured and killed when the youngest child was only three months' old. It has been far from an easy journey to get here, with little help along the way.
* Names/story real, but not for this picture to protect the women and children
"I have not seen my children in two years. Anyone would go crazy after a few weeks. Two years. We are human too. We feel too."
Waleed from Syria
Infinity was a student. He left after losing his entire family to the Syrian civil war. He gave himself this name after escaping with his life.