Being a Bangladeshi, it is never a pleasant experience to talk about the periodic natural disasters, mainly floods and cyclones that ravage the country every now and then. To increase the sufferings of the poor disaster vulnerable people of the country, recently there has been a new addition to the list of regular natural disasters of Bangladesh named Cold Spell, thanks to the global climate change. The impact of Cold Spell is as notorious as other regular natural calamities of Bangladesh as far as the death toll is in concern. The recent Cold Spell that appeared on the 7th January in Bangladesh has already taken sixteen lives, out of which is 9 children and made most of the population of the northern Bangladesh to suffer with pneumonia, cold diarrhoea, cough, fever, asthma and other cold-related diseases. During a Cold Spell, gusty extreme cold wind coupled with heavy fog covers the whole area of Bangladesh. Historically the average winter temperature in Bangladesh is within 15 to 20 degree Celsius. However, in recent Cold Spells this average temperature has dropped to as low as 4 degree Celsius, a new record for the country. The most affected area during this calamity is the northern part of the Bangladesh which is closer to the Himalayas. Northern Bangladesh is the most poverty stricken area of the country where people have year round income poverty and seasonal food poverty during the time of agricultural lean seasons. The recent catastrophe of Cold Spell has magnified their sufferings to a severe extent, shortage of warm clothing and shelter has caused them even their lives. By getting a specific donation from a giving community ,i can send this money back home to be given out to the needy people living in the streets. This money will help them with shelter, food, cloathings and also tuition for children in primary school. These people are suffering a lot and i believe our community should play a role in helping them, after all we are all humans.