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REFUGEES

Image of two boys walking thru a refugee camp in the sunset. © UNHCR/Warrick Page Image of two boys walking thru a refugee camp in the sunset. © UNHCR/Warrick Page Image of two boys walking thru a refugee camp in the sunset. © UNHCR/Warrick Page Image of two boys walking thru a refugee camp in the sunset. © UNHCR/Warrick Page Image of two boys walking thru a refugee camp in the sunset. © UNHCR/Warrick Page Image of two boys walking thru a refugee camp in the sunset. © UNHCR/Warrick Page Image of two boys walking thru a refugee camp in the sunset. © UNHCR/Warrick Page Image of two boys walking thru a refugee camp in the sunset. © UNHCR/Warrick Page Image of two boys walking thru a refugee camp in the sunset. © UNHCR/Warrick Page Image of two boys walking thru a refugee camp in the sunset. © UNHCR/Warrick Page Image of two boys walking thru a refugee camp in the sunset. © UNHCR/Warrick Page Image of two boys walking thru a refugee camp in the sunset. © UNHCR/Warrick Page

Supporting refugees

Since January 2015, more than one million refugees have entered Europe trying to create a better everyday life for them-selves and their children in Europe. The Good Cause campaign “Brighter Lives for Refugees” is one of many things IKEA and IKEA Foundation has done to help improve life of refugees. For every LED product sold in all IKEA stores and online, during the campaign periods, the IKEA Foundation donated Є1 to help UNHCR, the UN refugee agency. The campaign generated €30.8 million in donations from IKEA Foundation to UNHCR, to provide light, renewable energy and education for refugee families living in camps in Asia, Africa and the Middle East, enough for UNHCR to continue run the renewable energy and education programmes for years to come.

As the refugee crisis continues to unfold, we have been active in supporting local organisations with essential items needed to provide better conditions for newly arrived refugees. Many IKEA co-workers are volunteering their time and assisting refugees to re-establish their lives in new communities. And in some countries, we have started longer term programmes that help refugees integrate into the workforce.

Find out more at IKEA Foundation