The Prophet (ﷺ) said: “O Allah, bless for us our Shaam; O Allah, bless for us our Yemen.” [al-Bukhaari]

The blessed lands of Syria and Yemen have been torn apart by conflict. They are facing the worst humanitarian crises in the world today.

In Syria, 10 years of crisis has left 12 million people in urgent need of food! Hospitals and schools have been decimated, homes destroyed and millions of children have been made orphans.

The war in Yemen has turned an already impoverished country into a humanitarian catastrophe. Yemen is enduring a starvation crisis never seen before, with millions of children at risk of malnutrition.

Thanks to your incredible generosity, Syria Relief has supported over 9 million people in need across Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, Turkey and Yemen since 2011. Help us to reach even more this blessed month of Ramadan.

This year, we will be on the ground delivering nutritious food packs and eid gifts, fulfilling water and shelter projects, supporting livelihoods, sponsoring orphans and families, and building long-term projects with lasting benefits. Save a life in the blessed lands this Ramadan. Donate Now. 

Thanks to your generous donations we supported 2,091,325 people in need in 2020.

Feed The Fasting

Families in Syria and Yemen are desperate for food this Ramadan. 80% of Syrians are living in poverty and over 12 million are in urgent need of food. Food prices in Syria have soared to new heights. Basic goods are no longer affordable for many, forcing families to reduce the number of meals they put on the table or trade what little food they do have for medicine.

In Yemen, 16 million people are food insecure. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world. Over 2 million children under 5 years old are predicted to suffer from acute malnutrition in 2021 (WHO).

No child should go hungry. No parent should have to watch their child starve. Feed a family in the blessed lands. Donate now.

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Rehabilitate A Water Well In Yemen

In Yemen, the urgent need for water continues to grow. Natural disasters, food insecurity, epidemic outbreaks, and the escalation of the conflict has increased the need for water sanitation and hygiene.

Thousands of water wells and infrastructure need rehabilitation to provide clean water to displaced families and communities in hard-to-reach locations. By donating to fix a water well you will be helping our team to clean out debris and reconstruct the well for it to be fully functional long term.

Give your Sadaqah without delay, your donations will help provide clean drinking water to hundreds of people daily.

£500: Could provide clean water to 100 people

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Install A Water Well or Water Station in Syria

Water supply systems in Syria have been devastated by conflict. Families do not have access to regular clean water. Providing safe, drinking water helps some of the most desperate families to break free from poverty and illness.

Water is vital for drinking, cooking, hygiene and farming. With reliable access to clean water, thousands of Syrian lives could be saved each day. Build a water well in your name or that of a loved one. This water well will be solar-powered and provide water to over 350 displaced people.

£1,000: Could provide a family with 300 litre of water via a water station.
£4,000: Construct a water well in Syria

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Give Fidya in Ramadan

Fasting is for a fixed number of days, and if one of you be sick, or if one of you be on a journey, you will fast the same number of other days later on. For those who are capable of fasting (but still do not fast) there is a redemption: feeding a needy man for each day missed. Whoever voluntarily does more good than is required, will find it better for him; and that you should fast is better for you, if you only know.(Qur’an 2:184)

Donate your £5 Fidya online today for each of the fasts you missing during Ramadan. All donations will support lifesaving projects across Syria, Yemen and Lebanon this holy month. Maximise your rewards and help change lives.

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Plant An Olive Tree this Ramadan

Olive trees have provided food, oil and medicine for hundreds of years. They are a dietary staple for many Syrians and are also a great source of income for a family in poverty. Agricultural farming is one of the best ways of ensuring a sustainable long-term income for the most desperate families in Syria.

An olive tree can live and provide for up to 2,000 years, sow the seeds of Sadaqah Jariyah by planting an olive tree, provide for those in need and earn rewards for generations long after you are gone.

Lay down the roots of a Sadaqah Jariyah today. A donation of £10 can lift a family in Syria out of poverty today and for generations to come.

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Sponsor A Syrian Family

Through our family sponsorship programme, your donations will support the resilience and potential of disadvantaged families and orphans. Families with limited access to food, water, shelter and basic essentials will receive life-changing financial support to cover their needs. Your donation will be a vital lifeline and help them to break free from the cycle of poverty.

Every family or orphan sponsored through our programme agrees, it is life-changing. At the moment, displaced families who are lucky enough to have a source of income are earning £1.20 - £2.00 a day but most are dependent purely on the generosity of charities. our generosity will keep children in school and out of early labour. It will clear debts. It will buy medicine. It will change lives and it will save lives.

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Sponsor A Syrian Orphan

Thousands of Syrian children have been orphaned over the past 10 years of conflict. They did not ask to be born in the middle of a crisis, but for 5 million children all they have known is violence, displacement and suffering.

Orphans face a daily battle to simply stay alive. Without support, they are vulnerable to exploitations such as child labour, early marriage and other damaging activities.

Your monthly sponsorship donations could be the lifeline a child needs today.

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Shelter A Family

7 million remain internally displaced across different parts of Syria. Thousands have been displaced as many as 4 or 5 times. Many are living in inadequate shelters lacking proper bathing or cooking facilities, sufficient space and protection. Extreme flooding this year has resulted in extensive damage across many camps ruining tents, damaging belongings and restricting road access.

Through our shelter projects, we are helping to establish both long and short-term accommodation for the most vulnerable families in the hardest to reach areas in Syria. With your support this Ramadan, we hope to build concrete houses for 6,000 displaced families affected by this year’s flooding. Each house will be complete with all the utility services and amenities. Donate now to shelter a family this Ramadan.

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Support Our Prosthetic Limb Clinic

As a result of the Syrian conflict, over 3 million Syrians have a disability, tens of thousands of whom need artificial limbs, orthopedic devices, and long-term rehabilitation care.

Prosthetics have the potential to bring hope to vulnerable families. The fitting of a prosthetic limb not only increases a person’s mobility but may also restore their ability to find work and enable the beneficiary to support their family.

The Syria Relief Prosthetic Limb Clinic has seen an increase in the number of patients waiting to receive prosthetic limbs. In 2020, around 50 patients were added every month on the waiting list. Losing a limb is a devastating experience, we hope that through this vital project we can restore hope to those in need.

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Support Livelihoods in Yemen

Agriculture projects like home gardening or beekeeping can help support a family in need by creating a source of income, encouraging self-reliance and boosting self-belief in difficult times. All of our livelihood interventions are carried out with respect for the culture and needs of the communities in which we operate.

Beehives are small and easy to transport, if the beekeeper is forced to be displaced. The sale of honey will help to support a family. Your donation will not only provide a person with the equipment needed but also give the necessary training to ensure their success. By supporting a small home gardening project, you will be providing women with the opportunity to grow their own food and feed their families. Support this project as your Sadaqah Jariyah this Ramadan.

£10: could provide one person with equipment and training
£50: could provide 5 people with equipment and training

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Educate A Child in Yemen

2 million children are also out of school in Yemen. Attacks on school children, teachers and infrastructure are having a devastating impact on the Yemen’s education system. Without access to education, children are more likely to be trapped in the vicious cycles of poverty, poor health, forced labour and early marriage.

Help give children a childhood and future in the blessed land of Yemen, donate now.

£65: could provide access to education to a student for 10 months
£130: could provide access to education to 2 students for 10 months

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Donate Your Zakat ul-Fitr

Don’t forget to pay your Zakat ul-Fitr (Fitrana) before the end of Eid prayer. Syria Relief recommends a donation of £5 per person in order to feed those most in need.

You can also share the joy and blessings of Eid by giving a vulnerable Syrian child an Eid gift. We will distribute gifts to children living in refugee camps and host communities on the first day of Eid. Toys are carefully selected, taking into consideration the age and gender of the children.

This year we will also be distributing cash grants to families of children in need, and the carers of the children who live without parents.

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Eid Gifts and Eid Grants

You can share the joy and blessings of Eid ul-Fitr by giving a vulnerable Syrian child an Eid gift. We will distribute gifts to children living in refugee camps and host communities on the first day of Eid. Toys are carefully selected, taking into consideration the age and gender of each child.

This year we will also be distributing cash grants to families of children in need, and the carers of the children who live without parents.

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