Aberdeenshire charity and humanitarian organisation Stella’s Voice is sending aid and relief to refugees displaced by war and terror groups.
Focusing on Mediterranean countries, Stella’s Voice is putting their efforts on finding the locations of greatest need—the places feeling the heaviest burden from genuine, war-torn refugees that are homeless and fleeing for their lives.
Through on-the-ground contacts in Italy, Greece, and Cyprus, they are identifying the epicentres where these desperate people are, and moving their aid and relief accordingly.
Stella’s Voice (formerly known as New Hope Trust) is a unique feature of North-east Scotland.
Since the collapse of the Eastern bloc in 1989, they have had a presence in aid, relief, and orphan care in Eastern Europe, primarily managed from their offices just outside of Peterhead.
They are providing simple ways to support their work:
You can quickly and easily donate £5 by texting ‘AID’ to 70660.
They accept non-perishable food, water, and clothing.
To find your nearest drop-off centre, call 0300 303 2520.
Visit www.stellasvoice.org.uk to donate by check or credit card and to keep up with the latest news and updates.
Spread the word by telling friends and family how they can get involved in the refugee crisis by supporting the work of Stella’s Voice.
Stella’s Voice is a Christ-centred organisation providing care, education, and jobs that are protecting the world’s most vulnerable from human traffickers.
Since the fall of communism, they have been working in Eastern Europe to meet the needs of those most at risk to exploitation and harm.
Stella’s Voice aid and supplies have helped ease suffering in some of the largest European crises over the past 25 years.
Visit the charity’s website (www.stellasvoice.org.uk) to find out more.