WeatherHYDE tents for Rohingya Crisis Refugees

 
 
 
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SG$270 for 1 WeatherHYDE tent. Every donation is matched to a family and tracked with a QR code. 

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More than 370,000 Rohingya muslims, who are considered by the United Nations as the “most persecuted minority group in the world,” have fled to Bangladesh to escape extreme violence from their home country, Myanmar. Many of them are women and children, and they require assistance from people who are able to give it, such as yourselves. The refugee camps capacity is exhausted and thousands are suffering in makeshift shelters, and many have no shelter at all. Know more about the crisis here

Our aim is to urgently bring 100 WeatherHYDE tents to Bangladesh. Each tent can provide shelter for a family of five. WeatherHYDE is the world's only reversible all season tent designed to save the lives of the homeless and vulnerable living in extreme weather. 

These innocent people are in serious need of our help, and we are appealing to you to make a difference. Please click on the button above to contribute towards or sponsor one or more tents.

Thank you for your invaluable support.

  • Alisha Malhotra (Grade 9 student)

  • Sanya Shete (Grade 10 student)

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A fully insulated and lightweight all-weather tent that provides maximum privacy, and protects from extreme weather - the only reversible tent that protects in both winter and summer.

It is woman friendly and enables a single person, tool-less installation within 15 minutes without any need for anchoring.

Actual tents may differ from photos.

We are launching this appeal in partnership with:

 

billionBricks, the creators of weatherHYDE tents, is a one-of-a-kind non-profit innovation studio that uses design as their primary tool to solve one of the most pressing global problems: homelessness.

 

Headquartered in Singapore, Mercy Relief was established in 2003 to respond to human tragedies and disasters in Asia Pacific. Today, they are Singapore’s leading independent disaster relief agency with a mission to provide timely and effective aid when disaster strikes, and empower communities in Asia.