Gaza Food Appeal

Food poverty is a devastating reality for millions of people in Gaza, Palestine. The blockade, conflict, and economic crisis have made it difficult for people to access food, leading to widespread hunger and malnutrition. Through our Gaza Food Appeal, we provide monthly food packs to some of the most vulnerable families in Gaza. Donate your Sadaqah and Zakat and help provide lifesaving food for Gaza.

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The Daily Struggles of the People of Gaza for Food

  • Over 2 million people in Gaza are food insecure, meaning they do not have enough food to eat.
  • The average household in Gaza spends 60% of its income on food.
  • The price of food in Gaza has increased by 50% in the past year.
  • Many people in Gaza are forced to eat less or to skip meals altogether.

The Impact of the Blockade on Food Access

  • The blockade on Gaza has made it difficult for food to enter the territory.
  • This has led to shortages of food and to higher prices.
  • The blockade has also made it difficult for farmers in Gaza to sell their produce.

The Lack of Opportunities for Jobs and the Impact on Food Poverty

  • The unemployment rate in Gaza is over 50%.
  • This means that many people are unable to earn a living and provide food for their families.
  • The lack of jobs has also led to an increase in poverty and food insecurity.

The Struggles of Widows and Orphans for Food

  • Widows and orphans are often the most vulnerable members of society.
  • They are more likely to live in poverty and lack access to food.
  • The lack of food can have a devastating impact on the health and well-being of widows and orphans.

3 Stories of Widows or Orphans Struggling for Food

Fatima is a widow with three young children. Her husband was killed in the conflict. She does not have a job and she is struggling to make ends meet. She often goes to bed hungry.

Ismail is an orphan who lives in a refugee camp. He does not have a family. He works as a shoeshine boy to earn money to buy food. He often goes to bed hungry.

Abeer is an orphan who lives with her grandmother. Her parents were killed in the conflict. She does not go to school because her grandmother cannot afford the fees. She helps her grandmother with household chores and she looks after her younger siblings. She often goes to bed hungry.

Ways in Which You Can Donate for the Gaza Food Appeal


Will provide a cooked hot meal for a person.


Will provide a food pack for a family.

Conclusion: Why should we donate to Gaza Food Appeal?

The humanitarian crisis in Gaza is having a devastating impact on its population. Over 80% of its population is living in extreme poverty. Lack of access to food is putting over a million lives in danger. They need our help to survive and to rebuild their lives. Donate your Sadaqah and Zakat to Gaza Food Appeal.

Dabbagh Welfare Trust on the Ground in Gaza

Dabbagh Welfare Trust is a UK-based Muslim charity. Through our Gaza Food Appeal, we provide food for hundreds of widows, orphans, and vulnerable families. Our active charity appeals for Gaza include the Gaza Emergency Appeal and Gaza Crisis Appeal and we are raising awareness about the crisis using our blogs like Gaza Humanitarian Crisis.

Donate your Sadaqah and Zakat to help the people of Gaza.