While Dhul Hijjah may have come to an end, let your generosity continue to shine

Make a difference through regular giving

While Dhul Hijjah may
have come to an end,
let your generosity continue to shine

Make a difference through regular giving

Your acts of kindness can transcend the sacred month. embrace the spirit of giving and make a lasting impact today.

The impact of your donations in 2022

1300+ Orphans Sponsored

$8.6 Million+ in Donations

12 Sustainable projects impacting 83,018 people

229,384 People Were Given Emergency Relief

The Prophet (P.B.U.H) said

"Give charity without
delay, for it stands in the way of calamity


Be apart of the impact, visit our main site and donate today

Frequently Asked Questions

How does Islamic Relief respond to emergencies?

When a humanitarian crisis hits a country, whether disaster or conflict, fast delivery of the right kind of aid is needed in order to save lives.


Islamic Relief’s humanitarian mission is to effectively and efficiently respond and serve disaster-affected populations in a timely manner. We achieve this through preparedness measures, the management of standby disaster response teams, and the stockpiling of goods.


When a humanitarian crisis occurs, Islamic Relief makes a decision on if and how to respond. This decision is based on a number of factors, including the type and level of need of those affected, access, partnerships we already have in the area affected, and overall security.

How is the orphan sponsorship money spent?

The sponsorship money must be spent on ensuring the children’s physical needs- such as food, water, health care, clothing and shelter- are met, as well as ensuring their education through their childhood, such as school funds, uniforms, school books and pencils.


Sponsorship money is paid to the child’s guardian every quarter. Children and their guardian are frequently monitored to ensure that they are receiving the full benefits of sponsorship. This may include health checks and education for school-aged children.

How are my Food Packs delivered on time for Ramadan?

We work up to six months in advance preparing our Ramadan programme. We organised with food suppliers, identifying people most in need and making sure the food in the pack meets nutritional needs and local cultural expectations. We deliver to 34 countries with all the different variation in each country. Delivery is at the start of Ramadan. You can give your donation to the food packs at any time during the Ramadan Appeal. This means that even if you donate in the last 10 days, we ensure that a family has received their food pack on time.

How do you help those affected?

  • Water supply
  • Sanitation and hygiene
  • Shelter and non-food items (NFIs)
  • Refugee/internally-displaced person (IDP) camp management/temporary settlement
  • Education
  • Cash-based interventions

Who is the emergency aid/support delivered to?

We deliver emergency aid and supports to the people who are most affected and most vulnerable, irrespective of their race, ethnicity, religion, culture or nationality. Among the most affected and vulnerable are children, people with disabilities, elderly persons and women heads of households who are prioritised in receiving aid.

How can I contact you if I need further help?

You can contact us at here

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