Gaza is crying out for help
€1,150 – Provide emergency medicines for hospitals.
€600 – Provide clean water to 33 people in Rafah, helping us to build a desalination plant that will provide 60,000 people with fresh water every day.
€225 – Provide a displaced family with warm blankets, mattresses, mats, pillows and tarpaulin sheets.
€175 – Provide a family with an essential household kit.
€165 – Provide a baby kit, containing toothbrushes, soap, baby blankets, baby wipes, shampoo, nappies, clothes and hairbrushes.
€65 – Provide a family of six with a nutritious 5kg food parcel of staple foods to last one week.
€55 – Provide a family hygiene kit containing hand sanitizer, soap, surgical face masks, gloves, wet wipes, disinfectant, detergent, toilet paper, shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrushes, tissues, and sponges.
€7,000 – Rebuild and repair a damaged home in Gaza.
For more than 11 days, Palestinians in Gaza faced endless bombings at night leading to death and destruction.
They end the day saying goodbye to their loved ones, and even spread their children among relatives, in the hope that, even if their home is bombed, one of their children will survive.
They describe nights filled with endless bombings that shake their homes without respite, and survivors of the 2009 and 2014 wars say that these airstrikes are more intense and terrifying than any they have endured. So far, a massive 245 people have been killed, including 66 children, and 1,910 have been wounded.
Six hospitals and nine medical facilities have been destroyed, including Gaza’s only COVID-19 testing facility, making it all but impossible for survivors to get the medical help they need. Hospitals are pushed to the limit and cannot cope. All this, while COVID-19 continues to spread, and with no way for Palestinians to protect themselves from the deadly virus.
Help your brothers and sisters
Please help us to provide urgent medical aid to Gaza’s largest hospitals, and other clinics that have been inundated with injuries as so many health centres have been destroyed. Families are too afraid to go out, so we’re also providing kits for babies, food parcels, and COVID-19 hygiene kits. Once the violence eases, we’ll also be rebuilding damaged homes to help families to recover long-term.
We’ll be distributing food to survivors of the bombings in Gaza, and we’ll also deliver medicine and fuel to hospitals, in partnership with the Turkish Red Crescent.
In Jerusalem, we want to provide emergency food and medical assistance to those injured in violent clashes.
These projects are completely Zakat-eligible and an incredibly compassionate way to give your Zakat.
Human Appeal has been working in Palestine for 30 years, delivering life-saving aid, and empowering the most vulnerable. But we need your help today to reach those whose lives are in immediate danger.
Don’t forget about Palestine. Don’t forsake Palestine in this critical moment. Your help is more urgently needed than ever.
Why give through Human Appeal?
Human Appeal has been working in Gaza for 29 years, providing food, water, medical care, and livelihood training. Our staff are natives and they understand the needs of the local people. Our experience in emergency response and excellent knowledge of protocols and suppliers ensure that we can get the best quality supplies at the most affordable prices. We know how to make your donation go a long way.
When you donate to Palestine with Human Appeal, you’re empowering local, skilled staff and suppliers to support the most vulnerable in the community.
Our work so far
Our supporters continue to help 4,738 orphaned children in the West Bank and Gaza. Between 2018 and 2019, your donations provided food to 200,000 Palestinians. This year, we delivered urgent medicines to 11,000 patients. We provided spare parts to operating theatres and intensive care units benefiting 100,000 people.
In 2018, we installed a desalination unit in Al Aqsa University, providing clean safe water to 15,300 students, staff and visitors each day. We’ve also installed a desalination unit in Rafah, serving 60,000 people, and we’re constructing a sewage network in middle Gaza.
We also supported 3,200 people to seek treatment for eye conditions through our optic centre in 2019.
Those who spend their wealth [in Allah's way] by night and by day, secretly and publicly - they will have their reward with their Lord. And no fear will there be concerning them, nor will they grieve.Quran 2:274