30 days of multiplied blessings, 30 days of mercy

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Reap the multiplied blessings of Ramadan, when the reward for good deeds are multiplied many times over. Continue the Sunnah of the Messenger (PBUH) by giving what you can to provide clean water, iftars, orphan support, and healthcare. Mutliply your blessings and reap the mercy of Ramadan.

A month of unparalleled mercy

“Give charity without delay, for it stands in the way of calamity.” (Al-Tirmidhi)

As we enter the blessed month of Ramadan, the gates of mercy will be thrown open. Allah, in His generosity looks to answer our prayers as He multiplies the reward for good deeds like charity. Let’s make the most of this month by giving whatever we’re able, reaping the multiplied blessings of the holiest month.

A time of devastating calamity

The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) also promised that charity is a protection from calamity, and urged us to give during times of hardship. As the world continues to face the pandemic, rising prices, and intensifying conflict, it’s more important than ever to give of what we have to protect ourselves from hardship and purify our wealth, while supporting people who aren’t able to protect themselves.

It’s such a privilege to be able to give in charity, because of the blessings and protection it gifts us, both in this life and the hereafter.

Support the Ummah

More people need humanitarian help than at any point in the last 10 years. 274 million people need help with food, water, shelter, health, and education – that’s 39 million more people than last year. All over the globe, families are fleeing violence and climate disasters, going hungry, and struggling to afford healthcare.

In this month of mercy, let’s multiply our blessings, and reap the reward of Ramadan by exemplifying the prophetic quality of mercy to others. Let’s share what we have to help those in the Ummah who are trying to survive as they flee war, struggle to access clean water, and face disease and abandonment.

A legacy of mercy

Every night, one of the Messenger’s (PBUH) closest companions, Umar ibn al Khattab (RA), would roam the streets of Medina, looking for vulnerable people he could give charity to anonymously.

Join us in honouring his legacy as we work this Ramadan to Feed the Fasting, helping them to have nutritious iftars, and as we provide them with empowering projects to help them break the cycle of poverty.

Be a mercy in the month of mercy

This Ramadan, we’re working to support the forgotten in the Ummah across 12 countries.

Through your generosity this Ramadan, we’ll be installing wells and water filtration plants, providing medical care for mothers and babies, caring for orphans, rebuilding Gaza after the bombings, and educating children, and training parents to have livelihoods that can support their famiies.

We’re also working here in the UK to support the most vulnerable communities by providing food parcels to families who rely on food banks, supporting women who have fled domestic violence, and providing a mental health helpline to men in crisis.

Reap the multiplied blessings of Ramadan by supporting the most vulnerable in the Ummah. Explore how you can change lives through our projects below and reap the bountiful blessings of the month of mercy.

100% Zakat applicable projects

Allah multiplies the reward for obligatory acts done in Ramadan by 70 times! Give your Zakat in this blessed month and reap the multiplied rewards. You can explore our Zakat-applicable projects below, and tick the Gift Aid box at the checkout when you donate to our Zakat Fund to ensure that every single penny of your Zakat donation goes directly to those who need it most.

Give mercy now. 100% Zakat applicable.

Your mercy can feed the fasting

The power of your mercy

Last year alone, thanks to generous supporters like you, we helped 4,443,378 people in 19 countries, including over 2 million Palestinians, over 963,840 Yemenis and over 22,900 people here in the UK. Today, faced with the ongoing devastation of conflicts in Yemen, Syria, Palestine and Somalia, a worsening crisis in Afghanistan, a war in Ukraine, and amidst the catastrophic effects of coronavirus, extreme poverty, climate change, and the rising cost of living in the UK, we remain steadfast in our mission to make a difference. Our Human Appeal family, including all our staff, volunteers, partners, suppliers, and supporters like you are custodians of the legacy of our founders.

We’ve been running Ramadan projects for 30 years. That means that we have an incredible amount of expertise, experience, and dedication under our belt. We’ve streamlined our projects – our local staff are skilled and knowledgeable, and they’re supported by three decades of experience. Together, we’ve designed impactful projects that truly transform lives.

We know that your donations are hard-earned and a sign of trust and faith in us. We’re honoured to accept this sign of Amanah from you, and we’re working day and night to help the most vulnerable people, and to build a more caring world.

Charity brings protection

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“The merciful will be shown mercy by the Most Merciful. Be merciful to those on the earth and the One in the heavens will have mercy upon you.”

Sunan al-Tirmidhī 1924

Share your blessings and reap the multiplied rewards of Ramadan.