Child Migrants at the Border: UNICEF at MSU

Child Migrants at the Border: UNICEF at MSU

From UNICEF at MSU

100% of donations will go towards helping women and child migrants from El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico.

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Your donation will help support respite centers for migrant children and their families. Respite centers provide meals, basic first aid or medical care, fresh clothing, showers, temporary shelter, and general guidance. Your donation will help build support for and awareness of safe, cost-effective alternatives to detention facilities — such as foster-care settings, group homes, and open-door shelters — and hopes to scale up programs that work.

For the thousands of children separated from their parents and detained along the southwestern U.S. border, the future remains uncertain. Migrant children are children, first and foremost. They should remain with their families, kept out of detention centers, and provided with health care and other essential services regardless of their immigration status. UNICEF at MSU is mobilizing to ensure the rights, protection, wellbeing, and dignity of migrant and refugee children, wherever they may be through this fundraiser.

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