Fasting the month of Ramadan serves as a reminder of the hardships that millions of people living in poverty endure daily.
Millions of men, women and children in Yemen are one step away from famine. It is facing a humanitarian catastrophe. Without your help, many more lives will be lost to violence, treatable illnesses or lack of food, water and healthcare.
Ramadan Campaign will help the poor and needy in Yemen by providing food, water and financial aid. As you know that Ramadan is the month of blessings, the month of giving and earning multiple rewards.
It was narrated that Zayd Ibn Khaalid Al-Juhani said: The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “Whoever gives Iftaar to one who is fasting will have a reward like his, without that detracting from the reward of the fasting person in the slightest.”
What we will do during the month of Ramadan:
- Provide food packs for poor families
- Feed the fasting during Ramadan
- Sponsor orphans
- Sponsor a family during the month of Ramadan
- Deliver Zakat to the poor and needy in Yemen
Please help us to provide food during the month of Ramadan in Yemen.
A single Ramadan basic needs pack costs £50 (Food & Water) and will feed an average family for the whole month of Ramadan. You can sponsor a family for just £100 in the holy month (£50 food & water and £50 financial aid & Eid Gift).
Food pack contains:
- Dates, Rice, Cooking Oil, Flour, Sugar
This is a time to support the aid of those who need your help. There are millions of Yemenis in need of some of the most basic necessities in life such as food, water and clothing. As part of our humanitarian aid, SABA Relief distribute food packs, water and Iftar (hot) meals throughout the month of Ramadan. We are providing for poor families who are suffering from malnutrition and conflict.
You can make a difference this Holy month of Ramadan, make a donation and become part of this great cause. With your support, we can help the poorest families in Yemen, so they have enough to sustain their families through the blessed month.