In May 2014, the worst floods in living memory hit the Balkans! The heaviest rainfall in recorded history brought floods, landslides and immense destruction to Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Croatia. An estimated 1.2 million people, including some 210,000 children, have been affected. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon stated that more than 70,000 people have been evacuated and more than 50 have lost their lives so far. Some 100,000 homes and 230 schools were destroyed by the torrents and hundreds of landslides. The cost of the recovery operation following devastating floods may amount to billions of dollars. Feel like being a hero? Help the Balkans recover from a catastrophic natural disaster! Please consider donating a small amount.Please help spread the word!