Get in the spirit of Ramadan with our Emergency Food Appeal by tuning in to the Islam Channel on Sky 272 or Virgin 838 tonight, May 6, from Maghrib time, 8.30pm, onwards.
This Ramadan, when the dusk adhan calls out around the world, one in nine people will continue to go hungry. That’s over 800 million people without enough food.
To a family struggling to find food for iftar, one person, one donation, can be a lifeline.
Help us to fight hunger by tuning in this evening, and by donating.
We’ll be raising money to provide Health and Nutritional Survival Packs for victims of malnutrition in Yemen, for our Little Human Appeal, which gives you the chance to sponsor orphaned children in eight countries, and for our Feed the Fasting campaign, which provides food to vulnerable people throughout Ramadan.
Last year your donations helped over 3 million people. Last year you provided 63,149 families with food to last the month of Ramadan, as well as 35,251 further hot and cold iftars. With your support, our Little Human Appeal continued to support 11,959 orphaned children.
Help us reach more this year.
How you can help
£300 will help to provide maternal and newborn care, immunisations, nutritional support, health education, and disability support, as well as treating cholera and acute diseases.
£560 will provide nutritious food parcels to eight families across all eight countries that Human Appeal are working in this Ramadan. It will last them the entire month, and each parcel is adapted to local preferences, weight an average of 50 kilograms.
£5,000 will make sure that 500 vulnerable people can break their fast and have iftar this Ramadan.
£1,260 will sponsor 3 orphaned children. Help the most vulnerable among us receive the right start in life.
One to watch
Tune in tonight – we’ll be live all evening, telling you how your money can make a difference. Do you want to get in the spirit of Ramadan? Donate to vulnerable people? Multiply your blessings in this blessed month?
Then join our presenters, Rahim Jung and Zaheer Khan, as they share real stories from people in need - those escaping conflict and living in poverty who will benefit from your donations.