Hindirin (top row, second from left), Mahmoud (far right) and Delvin (front row, second from right) live with their parents and young siblings in southern Turkey. Their family fled their home in Damascus, Syria in early 2013 when the bombing in their area became too intense.
Though they are only 11, 10 and 9, all three have been taken out of school and are working more than full-time to support their family. All three work at least 60 hours per week, Hindirin and Delvin in a sewing shop and Mahmoud in a tile factory with their father.
The three children need to be back in school in order to have a better future, and the main goal of this campaign is to cover the income they would be making so that they can attend school.