Help Your Brothers & Sisters in Gaza

We are in urgent need of donations to supply food & shelter aid for the people of Gaza. Over 65,000 people were made homeless in the recent conflict. The eleven-day onslaught by Israel has left devastation everywhere.

Hundreds have lost their lives and thousands have become permanently disabled. Even though a ceasefire has been agreed but as for the people of Gaza apart from bombs raining from the sky, nothing has changed. People of Gaza are in a desperate situation and they need our help NOW!

Gaza is crying out for help

£2.00 – Meal for a homeless person

£50 – Food pack for a family

£100 – will financially support a family for a couple of weeks

£200 – Shelter Pack (Gas Cylinder, Cooker, 2 Mattress, 2 Blankets, Food Parcel, Essential Clothes & Utensils)

Donate now and help us save lives!

Gaza Emergency Appeal

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How dangerous was the situation in Gaza?

The situation in Gaza was so dangerous, we instructed our team to find cover and abandon all efforts of delivering the aid as soon as they hear the sounds of the Israeli warplanes. Why? Because life is very important and one of the aims behind setting up the Dabbagh Welfare Trust was to save lives.

Dabbagh Welfare Trust has been working in Gaza for a number of years. In the past, we have delivered life-saving food aid through our local and international partners. But alhamdulillah, now we have our own team on the ground who will insha’Allah be providing food & shelter aid to the people of Gaza. However, we need your help now so we can reach those whose lives are in immediate danger.

The Current Act of Aggression Against Gaza

On the 27th night of Ramadan (Laylatul Qadr), the Israeli Army stormed into Masjid al-Aqsa whilst Muslims were praying their Taraweeh prayer. This caused anger among local and international Muslim communities. After this act of aggression & terrorism, Palestinians started protests across al-Quds & within Israel which escalated into a war. With such a power gap between the two parties, it is evidently clear who is going to suffer the most in this conflict and that is the people of Palestine & Gaza.

Dabbagh Welfare Trust Delivering Aid in Gaza

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