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£50 Hot iftar meals - provide hot iftar meals for 2 flood-affected families for a day.
£70 Food parcels - Provide iftar and suhoor to a fasting family-of-six in Pakistan for a month - a total of 360 meals.
£150 Hot iftar meals - Provide hot iftar meals for 6 flood-affected families for a day.
£70 – Food parcels - provide iftar and suhoor to a fasting family-of-six in Pakistan for a month - a total of 360 meals.
£350 - Food parcels - provide iftar and suhoor to five fasting families in Pakistan for a month - a total of 1,800 meals.
£420 for one year / £35 per month Sponsor an Orphan in Pakistan - Provide an orphaned child with shelter, food, healthcare, and school supplies for one year.
£1,000 - 100% Zakat – donate to our Zakat Fund to help our sustainable Zakat projects around the world. Check the Gift Aid Box and 100% of your donation goes to those we help.
You can make all the difference to a person in Pakistan struggling to recover from the worst flooding the country has seen.
All of our projects are completely Zakat eligible, and Ramadan is a beautiful time to fulfil this duty, when obligatory acts receive 70 times the reward.
The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said,“…whoever discharges an obligatory deed in (this month) shall receive the reward of performing seventy obligations at any other time." (Source - Ibn Khuzaymah)
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Why give through Human Appeal?
We’ve been changing lives in Pakistan for 17 years.
Last year, we helped a total of 3,843,279 people, including 1,656,490 people in Pakistan through our flood response, as well as projects that provided sustainable clean water, livelihood training, education, solar-powered electricity, and food security.
Be a mercy this Ramadan.
“Whoever gives food to a fasting person to break his fast, shall have his sins forgiven, and he will be saved from the Fire of Hell, and he shall have the same reward as the fasting person, without his reward being diminished at all."Source - Ibn Khuzaymah