The Arsenal Foundation has donated £25,000 in support of Save the Children's Indonesia Tsunami Appeal.
A devastating tsunami with waves up to six metres high was triggered by a powerful 7.4 magnitude earthquake in Sulawesi, Indonesia last month.
Since then over 2,000 people have been reported dead, and sadly the death toll is still likely to rise. Of those that have survived 200,000 need urgent humanitarian assistance – a quarter of them are children.
The Arsenal Foundation's donation of £25,000 has supported the distribution of tents, tarpaulins and blankets as well as essential hygiene items to those survivors.
It has also helped to identify and reunite children who have been separated from their families, and set up safe spaces where they can recover, play and receive emotional support.
You too can make a difference by donating to Save the Children’s Indonesia Tsunami Appeal.
Just £10 could provide a basic hygiene kit to families affected, whilst £28 could send two children to one of Save the Children's friendly spaces to help them recover from this traumatic experience.