The WHITE HELMETS
"Barrel bombs - sometimes filled with chlorine - are the biggest killer of civilians in Syria today. Our unarmed and neutral rescue workers have saved more than 73,530 people from the attacks in Syria, but there are many we cannot reach. There are children trapped in rubble we cannot hear. For them, the UN Security Council must follow through on its demand to stop the barrel bombs, by introducing a 'no-fly zone' if necessary." - Raed Saleh, head of the White Helmets, the Syrian Civil Defence.
Les Amis is one of Jersey’s largest charitable organisations and with that, one of the biggest respite and residential service providers on the island. Set up in 1975, Les Amis is made up of a team of some 200 employees. Les Amis staff are wholeheartedly dedicated to ensuring the very best quality of care and support for the people who need it, from the residents to the families and in wider community in Jersey.