What will we do next winter?

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It is our mission to provide protection to people in need accross the world. That’s why our plan for the next winter is to distribute Sheltersuits to various locations.

Not only are we running our production to our full potential, we are also working on a unique concept: A Sheltersuit factory in a refugee camp.

To reach our goal for this winter we can use your help.

I want to help!

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Latest news

  • 650 victims in Sarajevo are happy with their Sheltersuit

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    Despite one day of delay due to snowfall. Bas Timmer, fashion designer and founder of Sheltersuit, has handed out the first hundred suits to victims in different places in Sarajevo. A Sheltersuit is the only way for most of them to stay warm and dry during day and night. The 650 Sheltersuits were made in different sizes, from kids - to adult sizes. Furthermore, the Sheltersuits were handed out during a period of two days as planned. Bas will then depart to another refugee camp in Chios (Greece) to scout out the situation and see how much Sheltersuits will need to be produced.

  • Why urgent help is needed on Lesbos, in Dunkirk and in Sarajevo

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    We have a problem on the doorstep of Europe: many people, including young children, are homeless or on the run. Governments are not taking appropriate action, nevertheless, we can help. Before the start of the winter, we want to hand out 3,000 Sheltersuits. We will be starting on Lesbos, in Dunkirk and in Sarajevo. Why, we will explain to you here.

  • Thousands of Refugees are stuck in Europe’s Backyard

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    Today, Sheltersuit Foundation starts its national campaign with an emergency call: War victims are currently suffering in our backyard. Our European backyard. They are stuck along the borders in Europe ...

  • The Lesbos Campaign: Giving warmth, light and electricity to 1,100 refugees

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    Having light in the darkness and owning warm, protective clothing is definitely not taken for granted in the refugee camps on Lesbos. That is why Sheltersuit, Movement on the Ground and the WakaWaka Foundation have teamed up to start a campaign together that creates change.

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