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Coronavirus Global Relief Fund
Donate Zakat & Sadaqah to the Coronavirus Global Emergency Relief Fund. Your donations will help us support vulnerable communities here in the UK and across the globe.
Emergency Food Parcel: £50
We are coordinating with our UK and global teams to provide food parcels and hygiene kits to those who are most in need. Your support will provide a life-line to the vulnerable.
Medical Kits: £100
We are supporting global front line medical officials providing them with medical masks, medical gowns, surgical disposable gloves, medical goggles and hand sanitisers.
Why should I donate?
The Prophet (saw) said, ‘Give charity without delay, for it stands in the way of calamity’. (Tirmidhi)
The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the Coronavirus outbreak a global pandemic and it has spread to more than 190 countries around the world.
We have nearly 2 Million Cases globally rising daily
190 Countries affected & the number of cases rising
115,000 people have lost their lives and rising
This is unlike anything we will ever experience in our lifetimes
2.5 Billion have no access to medicine for their heath
1/3 of the world population is most vulnerable
1 Billion people regularly go to bed hungry
With the global lockdown and the economy shutdown millions will starve
Coronavirus measures are causing global food shortages
Risk of major interruptions to food supplies is growing and the poor will be the hardest hit
75% of the world’s poorest don’t buy their food, they grow it
The global lock down and restrictions will have a devastating affect on harvests
Coronavirus Global Pandemic
Nearly 2 million people have been affected by Coronavirus across more than 190 countries. As cases continue to rise worldwide, Muslim Global Relief is helping to tackle the impact of this new virus. The World Health Organisation declared COVID-19 a pandemic and the outbreak threatens to jeopardise the health of the world. It has shown us that our futures are bound more tightly together than ever before. In times of crisis, more so than any other time, it is the poorest, most vulnerable and marginalised who are at greatest risk. The coronavirus does not discriminate who it targets, rich or poor. Our experience has shown us that it will be the poorest who will bear the brunt.
We anticipate that some of the world’s poorest countries, with the weakest health systems and most vulnerable people, will be exposed to this deadly virus. They will struggle to cope with any costs of healthcare, the costs of being unable to earn a living while ill or quarantined, and the costs of rebuilding their lives afterwards. We see that the most adversely affected by Covid-19 are the elderly, those with underlying health issues and compromised immune systems, those who are also homeless, or have no fixed income or access to health services. We urgently need funds to expand the scale and scope of our work, especially in countries with weaker health systems.
What We're Doing
Muslim Global Relief is committed to supporting vulnerable communities here in the UK and across the globe. Millions of people are already living in extreme poverty and now the Coronavirus threatens to decimate already devastated communities.
Food parcels & Nutritious Meals
Providing Coronavirus Testing Kits
Providing Hygiene kits
Masks, Gloves & Health Worker Supplies
Public Awareness Campaigns
Providing Quarantine Areas
Coronavirus Emergency Response For Syrian Refugees
Muslim Global Relief has been working extremely hard with your support reaching the toughest places in the world and providing vital support to the most needy. Our teams have been providing Food parcels, Hygiene and Test Kits to Refugee camps along the Syrian and Lebanon Border.