EXHIBIT #1

Mara lives in Kifisia. Every month she goes to Victoria Square with bags full of school supplies, like this backpack, to distribute them to refugees' and immigrants' kids.

A small act of solidarity that deserves a big
THANK YOU.

EXHIBIT #2

Ioni lives and goes to school in Athens. Kushie is from Pakistan and she saw armed groups killing her father before her very eyes. Although these two girls of the same age have very different lives, this didn't prevent them from becoming friends.
Ioni wanted to help her friend to stop thinking constantly about what she had gone through. So among other toys, she gave Kushie these bracelets.

A small act of solidarity that deserves a big
THANK YOU.

EXHIBIT #3

Vasso lives and works in Konitsa. Mafida from Syria is being hosted in the same region. When the two women met, Vasso offered a water kettle to Mafida so that she can easily heat water to wash her baby.

A small act of solidarity that deserves a big
THANK YOU.

EXHIBIT #4

Stelios lives in Piraeus. When his school teacher proposed to the class to collect toys for the kids in the port of Piraeus, Stelios offered one of his favourite board games. He then found out that the game had reached the hands of Ishmael, a boy his age.

A small act of solidarity that deserves a big
THANK YOU.

EXHIBIT #5

Alexandros is trying on a daily basis to collect essentials (diapers, milk, food etc.) for people who need support.

A small act of solidarity that deserves a big
THANK YOU.

EXHIBIT #6

Eleni is a pupil and lives in Serres. When she heard that lots of children her age had to leave their homeland and come to Greece, she gathered all the games she wasn’t using anymore and offered them to these children. One of these games is this puzzle that Zolast from Syria received.

A small act of solidarity that deserves a big
THANK YOU.

EXHIBIT #7

Marilena is a pupil at Langadikia of Salonica, where she met Setais from Syria. Marilena wanted her friend to have this stuffed toy dinosaur to protect her when she is in her tent.

A small act of solidarity that deserves a big
THANK YOU.

EXHIBIT #8

Joanna lives in Leros. She often plays at the village square with Nadja from Afghanistan, who resides in a local reception center. When she found out that her friend was going to go to school, she decided to give her a notebook so that she can learn to write in Greek.

A small act of solidarity that deserves a big
THANK YOU.

EXHIBIT #9

Mania lives in Malakasa. At the reception center in her region, she met Nematoullah’s family of five. Mania, together with others, offered essential goods, including a hairbrush like this one, so that the girls of the family can feel pretty again.

A small act of solidarity that deserves a big
THANK YOU.

EXHIBIT #10

Spyros lives in Konitsa. Lots of people who were forced to leave their homeland are hosted in his region − among them Nasouh from Syria. The two men meet daily and Spyros offered Nasouh his spare jacket.

A small act of solidarity that deserves a big
THANK YOU.

EXHIBIT #11

Nikos lives in Athens. Every day he uses public transport to get to Victoria Square where he works. One day, on his way to work, he happened to meet Bashel from Afghanistan. The next day, Nikos left home with an extra shirt that he offered to Bashel.

A small act of solidarity that deserves a big
THANK YOU.

EXHIBIT #12

Christos lives in Skaramangas. His grandfather bought him a bag full of drawing supplies. On the day that Christos met Yuseef from Syria, he offered him this sketchbook, so that he can also draw.

A small act of solidarity that deserves a big
THANK YOU.

EXHIBIT #13

Efstathia, who lives and works in Athens, offered a lot of her son's toy cars to Rahima from Afghanistan, so that her son can play and be happy as well.

A small act of solidarity that deserves a big
THANK YOU.

EXHIBIT #14

Georgia lives and works in Athens. She met Sahar and her family from Afghanistan in her neighbourhood. When Georgia discovered Sahar's talent in painting, she bought her some pastels, so that she won't stop practicing her talent.

A small act of solidarity that deserves a big
THANK YOU.

EXHIBIT #15

A Greek family in Katsikas of Ioannina met Mohamed from Syria, who resides at the local reception center. They have become friends. Mohamed told us that the family invites him every day for a cup of coffee.

A small act of solidarity that deserves a big
THANK YOU.

EXHIBIT #17

Hanaya lives in Glyfada. She met little Amir from Afghanistan, who has come to Greece with his father, at the Elliniko reception center. Amir hopes that someday his mother who stayed behind will make it to our country. Hanaya offered this pencil case to Amir so that time can pass by more pleasantly, by writing and drawing.

A small act of solidarity that deserves a big
THANK YOU.

EXHIBIT #18

Mimika lives in Ioannina and owns a toy store. She wanted to visit the neighbouring reception center and offer various toys, like this jump rope, to the kids that live there.

A small act of solidarity that deserves a big
THANK YOU.

EXHIBIT #19

Andreas lives in Ioannina. Among other people, twelve-year-old Ali from Afghanistan lives in a reception center there. When Andreas met little Ali, he found out that he loves music, so he offered him his father's touberleki.

A small act of solidarity that deserves a big
THANK YOU.

EXHIBIT #20

Olivia lives in Ioannina. She met Nora from Syria in the reception center of Katsikas. Olivia wanted to make Nora feel good about herself again, so she offered her a moisturizing face cream.

A small act of solidarity that deserves a big
THANK YOU.

EXHIBIT #21

Stellina lives in Athens. Every day, on her way to work downtown, she comes across many immigrants and refugees. Stellina wanted to offer a pair of trekking shoes, so that these people can walk with dignity on their long journey.

A small act of solidarity that deserves a big
THANK YOU.