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Human Appeal is a non-profit organisation working across the globe to strengthen humanity’s fight against poverty, social injustice and natural disaster. Through the provision of immediate relief and the establishment of self-sustaining development programmes, we aim to invest in real, effective solutions.
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Donate an olive tree in Syria or Palestine and sow the seeds of a bountiful reward. With a donation of just £15, you can participate in the beautiful act of Sadaqah Jariyah (continuous charity) and reap ongoing blessings. Help us plant 30,000 olive trees and restore the livelihoods of Syrian and Palestinian farmers. Your contribution will bring benefits to both the recipients and yourself, showering blessings year after year.
Give £3,000 and provide a Syrian family with a safe and dignified brick home that will last decades.
Answer the call to fulfil your beautiful duty of Zakat and experience the boundless mercy of Allah by alleviating the suffering of the world's most vulnerable families. Rest assured, our commitment to a 100% donation policy ensures that every penny of your Zakat reaches those in need.
Experience the timeless compassion of Sadaqah Jariyah, a compassionate charity that continues to reward the giver even after their passing. Give Sadaqah Jariyah and reap the blessings year after year.
Provide a vulnerable Pakistani woman with a sewing machine, so she can gain vital skills and enter the labour market.
£375 provides a struggling farmer in Pakistan with four hives, bees, equipment, and training to help them start a sustainable business selling honey to support their families.
Give £15 and provide coffee tree seedlings, fertilizer, pipes, a water tank and farming equipment to a family in Yemen.
Help us provide vulnerable people with a pair of milking goats, giving them a vital source of income and nutrition.
Help drought-hit communities in Pakistan to be resilient to climate change. Our kitchen gardening project provides communities with the tools, seeds and training to grow drought-resistant vegetables to feed their families.
Give the gift that keeps on giving. Provide a family with a chicken farm and make sure they have the means to start a small business that will sustain them for many years.
At The Purple Pound Fund, you don’t need to be loaded, you just need a big heart. By donating £3 a month you can make a huge difference to people in need. The Purple Pound Fund. Small deed, big reward.
Transform a drought-hit community in Pakistan this Ramadan with this unique Sadaqah Jariyah. Be a mercy.
Building sustainable livelihoods is key to many of Human Appeal's poverty-reduction programmes.
Help us to provide homes for flood survivors in Pakistan.
Give as little as £20 per month and help contribute towards transforming a village hit by drought in Tharparkar, providing clean water, latrines, electricity, and livelihoods.
With your help, we’ll be providing a sustainable water for years to come through a solar-powered water pump to the 905 people in Sonayat village. It’s a life-changing project that brings clean water, health, crops, and livelihoods to a whole community.
Help provide seeds, tools and training for an impoverished farmer.
Provide a cash grant to buy basic essentials to a person fleeing domestic violence.