The Covid-19 crisis has left none of us untouched. However, as usual, it is the most vulnerable in our communities who will suffer the most. This is true in Athens, where thousands of refugees are left stranded without basic needs. The organizations that many relied on for meals have had to close their doors. Moving around the city has become next to impossible because of the lockdown and restricted public transport. The situation is changing day by day, but it looks as if things will only become more difficult in the coming weeks, perhaps even months. At this moment, there is an urgent need for distribution of meals and dry food packages to refugees, especially for those that are not registered in camps and have no other assistance.
Join us as we seek to reach out to those in need through partnerships and sharing and distributing resources, and as we learn what it means to love our neighbor during this time.