Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said: "Whoever helps his brother in his time of need, Allah will be there in his time of need." (Source - Muslim)
At least 27 people have died, including 5 children; 76 have been injured after a deadly escalation in attacks on Gaza.
Schools, nurseries, and universities have been forced to close to try to minimize child casualties. Help us to provide medical care, surgery, food, and to rebuild homes in Gaza. Give mercy now.
€110 – provide a family-of-six in Gaza with food to last one month.
€120 – Provide an emergency hygiene kit to a family.
€240 – provide one person in Gaza with surgery.
Palestinians have endured decades of conflict, restrictions, and oppression, and sixteen years of blockade.
With every escalation in violence, families and children pay the heaviest price. A sixteen year old in Gaza has never known a time without a siege, consistent airstrikes, and cyclical wars.
We stand with our brothers and sisters in Palestine, as we have been since 1991.
Right now, our team in Gaza is assessing the most urgent needs, but we’re continuing to provide critical medical care and food, as well as rebuilding damaged homes.
Please donate to allow us to support people injured in the attacks.
Continued support in Gaza
The 2.1 million people in Gaza endure the accumulating hardship of a 16 year blockade that restricts goods needed to rebuild, healthcare essentials, imports to earn a living, as well as access to farmland and fishing waters.
Gaza’s hospitals and medical services are buckling under the strain of a severe fuel shortage, a limited supply of essential drugs, and scarce medical supplies. With each wave of attacks, more homes and livelihoods are destroyed, leaving families in need of help to meet their most urgent needs.
The mercy of a donation
Donate to Palestine, and help us to provide:
• medicine and fuel to hospitals
• surgery for patients in urgent need of operations.
• critical repair to damaged homes
• nutritious family food parcels to last a family an entire month
• olive trees for struggling farmers.
Give your Zakat in Palestine
Our Palestine projects are Zakat-applicable, and you can calculate what you owe with our easy-to-use Zakat calculator. Human Appeal has been working in Palestine for over 30 years, delivering vital life – saving aid. Help us to support Palestinians in the holy land of Palestine. Give mercy now.
Fulfil your Zakat obligation in Ramadan and reap the multiplied reward for obligatory deeds in the holy month.
The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, “whoever discharges an obligatory deed in (this month) shall receive the reward of performing seventy obligations at any other time." (Source - Ibn Khuzaymah)
Human Appeal has been working in Palestine for over 30 years, delivering vital life – saving aid.
Help us to support Palestinians in the holy land of Palestine, and reap the blessings.
Why give with Human Appeal?
We’ve been working in Palestine for 30 years. Our staff aren’t parachuted in, they’re local, and they understand local needs. Our long familiarity with suppliers, protocols and emergency response in Palestine means that we can buy the best quality supplies at the most affordable price, helping your donations to be even more impactful.
When you donate to Palestine with Human Appeal, you’re empowering local, skilled staff to support the most vulnerable among them, supported by our specialist protection and emergency teams at headquarters, who have 30 years’ experience.
Our recent work includes disinfecting the entire water network of Gaza providing clean water to 2 million people, building a desalination plant for 15,000 people at Al Aqsa University, and helping to fight the critical medical crisis by providing tens of thousands of medical supplies.
Last year, we helped 67,615 people in Palestine through food security, medical, water and sanitation projects. In 2021, you helped us to support 2,047,971 people across Palestine.
Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said: "The likeness of the believers in regard to mutual love, mercy, and kindness is that of a body. When any part aches, the whole body aches."Source - Bukhari