The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "Whoever draws nearer (to Allah) by performing any of the (optional) good deeds in (this month) shall receive the same reward as performing an obligatory deed at any other time,” (Source - Ibn Khuzaymah)
Be a mercy to a Syrian family struggling to recover from the earthquake, by providing iftar meals, healthcare, and by building new, long-lasting homes.
$70 – Provide a mother and baby with life-saving medical care at Al Imaan hospital.
Give $80 and provide a displaced family-of-five in Syria with 35 kilograms of nutritious food.
$3,600 or $300 per month - Build a home in Syria: provide a family of 5 with a sturdy, long-lasting home containing a living room, bedroom, a kitchen and a bathroom.
Each brick and steel home features a modern design, built to maximize privacy and comfort for families with two bedrooms, a kitchen, a lavatory, and a foyer. Homes are constructed on a concrete foundation and measure 5.87m x 6.37m providing a total living space of 37.5 square meters. The living space includes 6 square meters of green space and its own water tank too. Additionally, each house will be linked to the sewage system and drinking water network to ensure the provision of basic amenities to the residents. All homes are rated to last decades.
February’s powerful earthquakes devastated homes, schools, and hospitals in Syria, and affected a staggering 3.7 million Syrian children. Over 50,000 people were killed, including thousands of children. On top of the 6.8 million people already displaced, 86,000 more lost their homes in the earthquake, more than half of them were children.
This Ramadan, be a mercy to a family spending Ramadan without a home, going hungry, and unable to afford medical care.
Build a home for a Syrian family that will last decades, and contain a bedroom, living room, kitchen and bathroom, as well as electricity and running water.
All of our Ramadan projects are Zakat-applicable, and you can calculate what you owe with our easy-to-use Zakat calculator.
Why give through Human Appeal
Due to our strong presence in northwest Syria, we were on the ground long before the first earthquake struck, supporting displaced Syrians devastated by war. When the first earthquake hit, our teams were delivering vital winter aid, while our Al Imaan Hospital, the only hospital of its kind in Idlib, was providing lifesaving healthcare.
We are still on the ground today, helping Syrians to recover by providing hot meals, blankets, sleeping bags, warm clothing, water purification units, and hygiene and dignity kits. We are also helping Syrians to rebuild their lives. We have just rehomed 1,000 Syrian families in our new-build long-term accommodation in our new Al Zahoor Village, freeing up emergency shelters for the newly displaced. We are already building town 3 to provide even more permanent housing for more Syrian families.
Our Al Imaan Hospital, the only hospital of its kind in Idlib, has also continued providing free lifesaving healthcare to the most vulnerable families in northwest Syria. Despite losing members of our team and sustaining damage in the first earthquake, we quickly reopened our hospital and continued to safely deliver babies and administer lifesaving healthcare to children, women and the injured, free of charge.
Human Appeal has been changing lives through our projects in Syria since 2013. Last year, we helped 1,214,180 people in Syria.
Our projects are run by local staff, our hospital is manned by local doctors and nurses, all working together to improve the lives of the most vulnerable, and the future of their country. When you entrust your charity to us, it’s supported by over 30 years’ experience, and specialists in protection, child safety, and emergency response.
If you want to change lives in Syria, with meaningful, impactful projects run by capable, caring hands, give your charity through Human Appeal.
Be a mercy this Ramadan.
Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) said: “Do not turn away from a poor man, even if all you have is half a date. If you love the poor and bring them close to you, God will bring you near to him on the Day of Resurrection.Source - Al Tirmidhi, 1376