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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — The White House has tapped into crowdfunding to help Syrian refugees.

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Their Aid Refugees campaign has so far raised more than $900,000 with more than 15,000 people submitting donations to help solve the humanitarian crisis.

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Syrian refugees keep flooding Europe daily, escaping war and violence, giving up everything in the process.

Donations options offered as part of the campaign include $15 for a sleeping bag. $30 to give fifty people drinking water, $70 to give them a rescue kit among other options. The highest option is donation of $600 which would provide a year of education and car for a Syrian child.

According to the site, any money donated to the campaign will go directly to USA for UNHCR .

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The campaign is scheduled to expire in six days.