A group of U.K. individuals, including television presenter and writer, Dawn O'Porter, set up an Amazon Wish List in response to the crisis. Amazon customers then purchase music, books, and more, which are then donated to refugees in Calais and elsewhere. They have also raised over £53,650 ($82.4K) through online crowdfunding.
A warm welcome
In some countries and places, many migrants don't always get the warmest welcome on their arrival. However, in recent days, crowds all over the world have opened their arms, donated clothes and written signs to make sure individuals know they're wanted.
Crowds in Australia held a candle-lit gathering to show their support towards the crisis, while Germany supplied newcomers with clothing, toys and other donated gifts. On top of that, a large banner saying "refugees welcome" was attached to Madrid's City Hall, in Spain.
People are even opening up their homes to refugees, from those in Germany and Iceland, to the Prime Minister of Finland, Juha Sipila.