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THE CAUSE

Sheen is dedicated to providing funds for worthy initiatives and different social issues throughout the world. As a promise from Sheen to you, a percentage of the proceedings from each piece sold are donated to the dedicated cause. It is amazing how one purchase you make for yourself can impact and change the life of someone miles away. Every Sheen design you wear is a token of your love and compassion.

 

Current Cause:

UNHCR: The ROHINGYA EMERGENCY

According to the UN:Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) over 1.2 million Rohingya people have fled from persecution in Myanmar to Bangladesh. The government of Myanmar sees this ethnic minority as illegal immigrants from Bangladesh and denies them citizenship. It doesn’t even recognize them as people!

According to an article on BBC, at least 6,700 people have been killed, countless women and girls raped, and villages destroyed. It is considered the “world’s fastest growing refugee crisis”. 

The people that have managed to flee have little to no belongings and the refugee camps have limited space. The UNHCR is currently providing food, shelter, clean water, medical and psychological help. Additional aid has been provided for the people during the rough Monsoon season (May-September 2018). 

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Previous Cause:

Revive Kashmir©

Revive Kashmir© is an independent, non-religious, and non-partisan organization whose mission is to promote long-term social and economic development in the valley of Kashmir. It is a volunteer-run not-for-profit US based organization seeking to help usher in an era of peace, economic strength and social equity. 

Decades of conflict, followed by the recent floods have significantly affected the livelihood of Kashmiris. This organization has previously and currently many ongoing projects in healthcare, economic and social development through entrepreneurship and basic human needs: food and shelter. 

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Continuous Cause:

UNCHR: The Syrian Crisis

After months of conflict, millions of Syrians have fled the country to neighboring countries. The estimated number of refugees hits a large 4.8 million, with about 8.7 million predicted to be displaced in 2016 (UNHCR, November 7). thousands more crossing borders everyday. A lot of refugees have set up camp in Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq. The freezing cold weather has made living conditions unbearable for these innocent civilians who have barely anything to keep themselves warm. In desperate need of basic materials for survival, the UNHCR continues to pour in effort and resources to reach these innocent civilians in dire need to help. UNHCR is on the ground providing urgently needed relief to millions of Syrians, helping with cash for medicine and food, stoves and fuel for heating, insulation for tents, thermal blankets and winter clothing as the bitter winter sets in. 

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), started in 1950, is an agency that protects refugees by safeguarding their rights and well-being. “In more than six decades, the agency has helped tens of millions of people restart their lives. Today, a staff of some 7,685 people in more than 125 countries continues to help some 33.9 million persons.” 

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A Previous Cause:

Doctors Without Borders (or MSF)

MSF or better known as Doctors without Borders, was the first organization we sent our proceeds to. This NGO is well-known for their efforts globally and has even won a Noble Peace Prize in 1999. Reaching villages and towns throughout the world where people are affected by life-threatening diseases or by political instability, they have cured and improved the health of millions of people.

They are our first and one of our favorite charitable causes because they truly define humanitarian aid, they are non-sectarian and treat anyone in need of healthcare regardless of their race, religion, or political affiliation. They have touched base in so many countries.

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