Since the start of Syria’s civil war, more than 11,000 children have been killed. Two million Syrian children are now refugees, forced from their homes by fighting, surviving in overstretched camps, cramped temporary accommodation or on the move.

On Sunday I was part of the team organising a charity workshop at Whitespace Yoga Studio in support of the work of Save The Children in Syria. So far the event has raised over £950. This will help Save The Children who has teams on the ground inside Syria right now delivering food, clean water and life-saving medicine to children who desperately need it. If you would like to read more about Save The Children’s work in Syria, there is information about the Syria Crisis Appeal on the Save The Children website.

If you would still like to donate, you can via JustGiving:

A huge thank you to the other teachers, all the wonderful people who donated and took part in the workshop, and to the people behind the scenes who made it possible. If you’d like, you can see more photos of the event on Whitespace’s Facebook page:

We had an AMAZING day as a bunch of willing and playful Yogis came together to raise money for the children of Syria and…

Posted by Whitespace Yoga on Monday, 29 February 2016