£1,010.00Donated So Far
Bona Fide started 20 years ago as a women's centre in a small town bordering Bosnia in Montenegro. In the winter of 2017 they noticed a drastic increase in the numbers of families and vulnerable people arriving in Pljevlja with nowhere to sleep and no access to food or warm clothing.
In the last two and a half years they have hosted over 6000 refugees and migrants in the shelter with up to 60 people a night sleeping here, providing them with food, medical care, clothing, showers and washing facilities.
They desperately need to cover the costs of keeping the shelter open including the cover of rent, water bills, electricity bills, internet and heating, as well as the fuel for the car that they use to transport families to and from the bus and to deliver much needed donations.
At the moment the situation is so desperate that the centre is unable to operate. It is the only one of its kind in the region and the result of this is that hundreds of people are attempting to pass through the Bosnian mountains this winter with no food or protection from the elements.
Without your help they will die.
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