138,700 unaccompanied and separated children sought refuge and asylum in 2017. We're on a mission to help them.


Handwritten letters

A handwritten letter brings an old-school charm like no other form of communication. This tangible token of love is us, extending a hand in friendship to the millions of refugee children who need our support; to let them know that they are not forgotten but are loved and cared for.

Our Students


Students Sensitised

In a time where humanitarian conflicts of various magnitudes are unfolding by the hour, it is imperative that we raise aware, empathic global citizens in our classrooms.


Student Ambassadors

Our Student Ambassadors form a global network of motivated teenagers who have the will to challenge and change social issues. They come from different contries and contexts, united with their passion to inspire communities harnessing the power of a handwritten letter.


Pen Pal pairs across borders

The Pen Pal Project for children and youth aims at fostering friendships across lines of conflict. We connect school students with internally displaced children in Syria, those beseiged in Gaza and Syrian refugee children in Turkey. It gives them the opportunity to perceive people of other countries beyond

What we do

To spread smiles, we mobilise youth groups around the world to deliver handwritten letters as a token of love, hope and solidarity to ten thousands of Syrian, Iraqi, Palestinian, Yazidi and Rohingya refugee children.

Here are some ways you can help!

Spread smiles!

Help us raise funds for New Years 2019

Become a Student Ambassador

Create awareness in classrooms