The Messenger (PBUH) said, “Whoever gives food to a fasting person to break his fast, shall have his sins forgiven, and he will be saved from the Fire of Hell, and he shall have the same reward as the fasting person, without his reward being diminished at all.” (Ibn Khuzaymah)
Give mercy this Ramadan. When you donate just €100, you can help a family of 6 people, on average, to thrive this Ramadan, providing them with a food parcel packed with essential and nutritious food, while reaping the multiplied rewards of the holy month.
What does my donation provide?
With so many families struggling this year, we’ll be distributing your food parcels wherever they’re most needed across 11 countries, and packing them with nutritious, locally-tailored food items. Each pack will contain several kilograms of staples, such as sugar, rice, and flour, as well as local preferences, such as chickpeas, lentils, tea, milk powder or pasta.
Our Where Most Needed option is one of the most selfless ways to give – it’s entirely led by the need in the countries we work in, helping the most vulnerable communities without geographical restriction.
This Ramadan, give mercy, and reap the multiplied blessings of the holy month.
Why give with Human Appeal?
With over 30 years of experience sourcing and distributing iftars in local communities, in which time we’ve developed streamlined programmes that put the needs of the communities we help first. We help your donation to go further by getting the best prices and quality of food, which means that more of your donation goes directly to those who need it most.
Last Ramadan, your charity allowed us to provide 178,627 people with iftar across 10 countries, helping families to eat well and observe Ramadan without worrying about iftar.
If you want to feed fasting families, making sure your donation is in capable hands, that know how to make your money go further, then entrust Human Appeal with your charity this Ramadan.
Donate, and change Ramadan for a hungry family struggling to find food for iftar.
Give mercy now.