Chloe Soares wrote -We have started a $10,000 campaign for donations to UNICEF for the #ChildrenofSyria. They need our help and action. Not our 'Likes', not our rants, and at this point, not even petitions or letters. They are so far beyond that. This is a real-time crisis that requires our help right this very minute. This isn't a time for politics, it's a time for immediate action from the global community. UNICEF has mobilized the LARGEST humanitarian effort in history. They are on the ground providing relief and support to the children and babies affected by this massacre. They need us now. I've shared a very disturbing photo above. But please, don't turn away. It is sadly, a reality and I hope instead it spurs you to action. As a mother myself, I cannot help but see the face of my own child in the face of every child I see throughout this conflict and that has moved me in a way that words can never explain. These are innocent people, innocent children, innocent babies. They need us now. Right this very moment, there are still over 3,000 people and children awaiting evacuation from Aleppo. Reports of babies dying last night from freezing cold temperatures are flooding the news wires. They need us now. We are trying to raise $10,000 in 10 days. Please help us spread the word. Share this link/campaign. People continue to shake their heads asking what they can do. This is what you can do. Any amount helps. $1, $5, etc. They need us now. The quick stats: 8.4 million Syrian children are in need of aide right now. 2.5 million Syrian children are living as refugees right now. 2,700 Syrian children have been evacuated in the past several days from Aleppo. 3,000 people (% children unknown) are still awaiting evacuation from Aleppo as I type these words.