This Ramadan we are on the front lines in over 16 countries, delivering food, water and emergency relief to those in desperate need.
The Messenger (ﷺ) said: “Whoever feeds the person who is breaking his fast, he will have his reward (for his fasting) without decreasing anything from the reward of the fasting person.” At-Tirmidhi
The Holy Month of Ramadan is one of the most significant periods of the Islamic calendar – it is an opportunity to reap the blessings and rewards that this auspicious month brings to all.
Communities such as those in Togo are in need of access to clean water. This Ramadan, let’s make sure families around the world are drinking…
Communities such as those in Togo are in need of access to clean water. This Ramadan, let’s make sure families around the world are drinking freshwater without fear of diseases. The Messenger (ﷺ) was asked, “Which charity is best?” He replied, Providing water.“ (Abu Dawud) Water initiatives are an excellent example of how a single act of kindness can continue to multiply, offering more and more value and reward. We see families with more food, healthy children able to attend school, clean hospitals treating patients safely, and more when a community has access to water. Providing disadvantaged communities with clean, healthy drinking water to alleviate thirst and prevent disease spread. This is a wonderful, ongoing act of charity that brings joy and blessings to ourselves and others.
Millions of people around the world do not have access to clean water. This should not be happening in this day and age, and it…
Millions of people around the world do not have access to clean water. This should not be happening in this day and age, and it is our responsibility as an ummah to do our part.
Clean water should be accessible for every human being, and this is a problem for those struggling in Yemen. So this year for Ramadan, I would like to raise money to provide Water Tankers to families in Yemen.
Forgotten, Forsaken, Erased. The people of Syria need your help more than ever. As the conflict enters its seventh year, the country and its people…
Forgotten, Forsaken, Erased. The people of Syria need your help more than ever.
As the conflict enters its seventh year, the country and its people are in crisis.
Syrians today face an unprecedented hunger crisis. WFP estimates that 9.3 million Syrians are now food insecure. The situation is shocking. Yemen – the world’s worst humanitarian crisis deepens as more families and children die from thirst. They desperately need your help.
We have come together as a student from the London Academy of Tottenham, working with Crisis Aid, to ensure that families in Syria receive the food aid they require so urgently and that wells in Yemen are built for those in dire need of water.
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