Palestine Emergency Fund

Palestine Emergency Fund

Emergency Fund - Gaza

Palestine crisis continues

Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said: "The likeness of the believers in regard to mutual love, mercy, and kindness is that of a body. When any part aches, the whole body aches." (Bukhari)

£100 - Provide emergency food and medical aid to people affected by the attacks in Jerusalem and the West Bank.

£200 – Provide a vulnerable Palestinian in Gaza with surgery for a critical health condition.

£200 – Help us to repair a damaged home in Gaza.

£100 – Jerusalem Welfare Centre - Change the future of a vulnerable Palestinian child with schooling, clean toilets, a playground, and welfare support.

£30 – Provide clean water to 2 people in Rafah, helping us to build a desalination plant that will provide 60,000 people with fresh water every day.

£35/ month – sponsor an orphaned child in Palestine, supporting the cost of their food, shelter, healthcare, clothes and school supplies.

£15 – plant a fruit-bearing olive tree in Palestine.

Decades of violence across Palestine make it hard for families to rebuild and repair their lives. Each week and month come with new hardships and cycles of violence for those struggling to make a living and feed their families.

Last May, Palestine witnessed the worst intensification in violence since 2014, which began in Al Aqsa before escalating into airstrikes in Gaza, damaging over 30 health centres destroying the water system, and forcing tens of thousands of people to flee their homes. During Ramadan, families endured further persecution, bombings, as well as attacks on Al Aqsa, brutalizing Palestinians in Gaza and Jerusalem.

Right now, Palestinians are struggling to access their most basic rights of food, water, and medicine. In Gaza, after 15 years of blockade, almost 2/3 of people – some 59% - live below the poverty line and 80% are dependent on aid. Worst hit are Gaza’s children.

As the healthcare system, water network, and schools struggle to cope with demand, people continue to lose their lives to the conflict, and it’s knock-on effects on social infrastructure.

Now, families urgently need your help to recover.

Human Appeal is in Jerusalem, providing food and medicines to people struggling to get by each day. In Gaza, we’re continuing our rebuilding programmes reconstructing homes, providing solar panels in schools, providing healthcare, and installing sustainable clean water sources.

Be a lifeline for Palestinians who have endured cyclical violence for so long, and are still struggling each day.

Give Sadaqah in Palestine

Sadaqah brings mercy upon those who receive as well as those who give. It’s an incredible blessing to be able to give, no matter how little, as charity offers blessings and protection in this life and the hereafter, and transforms the lives of people facing hardship around the world.

“Blessed is the wealth of a Muslim from which he gives to the poor, to orphans and to wayfarer.” (Muslim)

80% of people in Gaza are dependent on aid, trapped by the siege in a cycle of poverty, unemployment, and hunger. Give your Sadaqah in Palestine and provide:

• surgery for patients who need operations,

• solar panels across five schools, helping them to stay open during power cuts

• olive trees to struggling farmers

• repair to damaged homes

• food and medicine in Jerusalem to struggling families and those affected by escalations

Why give with Human Appeal

We’ve been changing lives in Palestine for 30 years. Our recent work includes disinfecting the entire water network of Gaza, building a desalination plant for 15,000 people at Al Aqsa University, and helping to fight the critical medical crisis by providing tens of thousands of medical supplies. Last year, we helped 2,047,971 people in Palestine through food security, medical, water and sanitation projects.

Give Sadaqah now and reap the unique blessings of this gift.