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The holy month of Ramadhan gives us a special opportunity to reflect on the blessings that surround us, particularly the gift of food. But for many, hunger remains an unwelcome companion or a lingering pain that is difficult to get rid of, not only during Ramadhan but every day of their lives. It is heartbreaking to think that millions around the world go to bed on an empty stomach every single night. Even worse, millions of children die of malnutrition every year. The pain of hunger is a harsh reminder that basic necessities are not available to everyone and that there is so much work still to be done to fight hunger around the world. During Ramadhan and at any time, you can help save lives that could otherwise die of hunger. Help provide food for a family struggling to survive.
“Whoever relieves his brother of a hardship from the hardships of this world, Allah shall relieve him of a hardship from the hardships of the Day of Judgement. And whoever makes things easy for a person in difficulty, Allah will ease for him in this world and the Next. Allah is forever aiding a slave so long as he is in the aid of his brother.” – the Prophet Mohammed صَلَّى ٱللَّٰهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ

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Children often bear the burden of walking miles each day to find water in streams and ponds. Sickness and the time lost fetching it robs entire communities of their futures.

Every day, more than 800 children die from preventable diseases caused by unclean water, or a lack of sanitation and hygiene. Poor sanitation, water and hygiene affect more than just children`s health.


When your child comes to you, asking you for food, and you have no food for her to eat, and yet you have to send her to fetch water. With an empty stomach.

With an empty stomach, she has to walk 6 hours for a gallon of dirty water.

Because of that water, imagine seeing your daughter take her last breath.

Diseases from dirty water kill more people every year than all forms of violence, including war.

43% of those deaths are children under five years old. Access to clean water and basic sanitation can save around 16,000 lives every week.

This tragic and massive loss of life, most of which was due to preventable or treatable causes, is a stark reminder of the urgent need to end preventable deaths of children and young people.


Each day, 25,000 people, including more than 10,000 children, die from hunger and related causes. Some 854 million people worldwide are estimated to be undernourished, and high food prices may drive another 100 million into poverty and hunger.

£45 can provide a family Food Pack containing a whole month’s supply of essentials.

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Dirty Water
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Before you eat your meal or drink a glass of water , think about those children that are suffering and dying from Hunger and diseases caused by unclean water.


Giving on a Jummah.


The Benefit

The first and most obvious benefit is that it earns one a place in Paradise. Ka’b (may Allaah be pleased with him) narrated that the Prophet ﷺ said, “Giving Sadaqah on Friday is better than giving it on any other day of the week”.

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Earn the blessings of Jummah

“Giving charity on Friday with regard to the rest of the week is the best day to do so. This is similar to the superiority of giving charity during Ramadhan, with regard to the rest of the months.” Ibn Al-Qayyim

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Water Project

Diseases from dirty water kill more people every year than all forms of violence, including war.

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Medical care

This project will target the most vulnerable people – those with infections and diseases.

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Every child has the right to an education – whatever their background, gender, or ethnicity.

Shelter Projects.


Natural disasters hit thus demolishing cities, towns, and villages across countries.

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Every minute of every day, more than 5 children die as a result of malnutrition, according to estimates.

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Income Generation

In the poorest countries, 1 in 4 children is forced to work which is inhumane and a very upsetting sight to see.

Testimonial By Maulana Shoaib Desai - Zanzibar 2017