There is always hope
Celebrities supported #WithSyria in a variety of creative ways, including British street artist Banksy who made headlines with his reworked 'Girl With A Red Balloon' artwork featuring the words 'there is always hope'.
This inspired celebrities and supporters to tweet pictures of themselves with red balloons as a symbol of hope. To see photos from the global vigils take a look at the #WithSyria Flickr page.
Leaders pledge support for Syria
Across the UK, campaigners sent postcards to their MPs to share the stories of Syrians and call for leaders to do more to secure peace.The UK International Development Minister Justine Greening promised that the 'UK will continue to do everything it can to prevent another year of suffering.'
World leaders, including Prime Ministers, secretaries of state, and EU commissioners pledged their support.
Social media amplifies the message
Governments were no doubt moved to speak, in part, by the overwhelming display of public pressure. As well as attending vigils, people took to Twitter in their thousands.
#WithSyria was trending around the world, from America to Japan, from the UK to Saudi Arabia, and in Syria itself - reaching over 375 million people.
The media generated by these heartfelt pledges of support and solidarity have served to provide a poignant reminder to world leaders that the bloodshed must not continue for a fourth year. Oxfam will continue to pressure leaders to ensure the pledges are kept to.
Thanks to everyone that has donated, campaigned, and generated media for this campaign. Your support is helping keep Syria's hopes alive.