Pakistan Floods Emergency Appeal

Pakistan is in the throes of an unprecedented crisis. Each year, the monsoon season brings with it more than just rain—it brings catastrophic flash floods that ravage the country, leaving a wake of unimaginable destruction. Homes and livelihoods are lost, thousands of lives are swept away, and countless individuals and animals find themselves in peril amidst the relentless floodwaters.

In these moments of despair, the Dabbagh Welfare Trust emerges as a beacon of hope and resilience. As one of the first responders to this calamity, our team is committed to providing life-saving support to those most affected. The “Pakistan Floods Emergency Appeal” is not just a campaign—it’s a vital initiative aimed at offering immediate and substantial aid to the vulnerable families bearing the brunt of this disaster.

We call upon you to donate generously to the Pakistan Floods Emergency Appeal. Your contribution is more than just a donation; it is a lifeline that brings food, hygiene supplies, shelter, and medical aid to the doorsteps of those who have lost everything. Stand with us as we strive to alleviate the suffering and rebuild the lives shattered by these devastating floods.

Together, we can transform despair into hope and help Pakistan rise again.

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Food Pack for Flood Victims in Pakistan

DWT’s Emergency Food Pack contains

  • Flour
  • Ghee
  • Rice
  • Sugar
  • Multiple Daals (Lentils)
  • Herbs & Spices

We always try to distribute one food pack to one family, however, in emergencies like these we often have to split one food pack among 2 or 3 families due to shortage of food and desperation in which people are trying to survive.

Donate a food pack for the Pakistan Floods Emergency Appeal and help save lives.

Give Food for Pakistan Flood Victims

The primary aim of launching the Pakistan Floods Emergency Appeal is to expedite the delivery of urgent food aid to the victims of the Pakistan floods. By donating a Food Pack, you can play a pivotal role in providing life-saving sustenance to families who are in desperate need amidst this crisis. These food packs are not just parcels of nourishment; they symbolize hope and support for those who have lost their homes and means of livelihood due to the devastating floods. Your contribution ensures that the most vulnerable, especially children and the elderly, receive the essential nutrients they need during these challenging times.

It is our Responsibility to Help the Ones in Need

Islam teaches us to help those in need as it is a great act of worship and kindness. Both the Quran and the Sunnah (Hadith) mentions the virtues of helping other in numerous places. Here is an Ayah and a Hadith that specifically mentions the great reward for helping your fellow Muslim brothers and sisters in need:

“Charity is for those in need, who, in Allah’s cause are restricted (from travel), and cannot move about in the land, seeking (For trade or work). The ignorant man thinks, because of their modesty, that they are free from want. Thou shalt know them by their (unfailing) mark: They beg not importunately from all the sundry. And whatever good ye give, be assured Allah knoweth it well.”

Surah Al-Baqarah, Ayah 273

This Ayah highlights the importance of giving charity (Zakat) to those who are in need and unable to earn a livelihood due to restrictions, highlighting that charity is a means of recognising and alleviating their suffering.

Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said,

“Whoever alleviates the need of a needy person, Allah will alleviate his needs in this world and the Hereafter. Whoever shields a Muslim, Allah will shield him in this world and the Hereafter. And Allah will help his servant as long as he helps his brother.”

(Sahih Muslim)

This Hadith beautifully illustrates the concept of mutual support and assistance in Islam. It promises divine help and support to those who aid others, emphasizing the virtue of helping those in need, especially fellow Muslims.

Pakistan Flood Appeal

Unfortunately, these relentless floods are not a first-time occurrence in Pakistan, nor are they likely to be the last. Inadequate water storage planning, coupled with a lack of efficient drainage systems, frequently leads to the flooding of streets and roads across the country. Intense rainfall rapidly fills rivers and canals, often within mere minutes. When river or canal banks are weakened, it results in water breaching these boundaries, unleashing flash floods across the plains. This issue is exacerbated by climate change and environmental degradation, which have led to more severe and unpredictable weather patterns, further challenging the country’s infrastructure and resilience.

Major Floods in Pakistan (2010-Present)

  • 2022-2023 Floods

    Regions Affected: South Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan

    People Affected: 33 Million

    Our Response: Food Packs, Hot Meals, Shelter and Financial Aid (Zakat) for affected Families

  • 2014 Floods

    Regions Affected: Punjab, Azad Kashmir

    People Affected: Approximately 2.5 million

    2014 Floods

  • 2011 Floods

    Regions Affected: Sindh

    People Affected: Over 5 million

  • 2010 Floods

    Regions Affected: Nationwide, particularly Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, Sindh, and Balochistan.

    People Affected: Nearly 20 million

    2010 Floods

Why Donate to Pakistan Floods Emergency Appeal?


We believe in complete transparency. Insha’Allah, your donation to the Pakistan Floods Emergency Appeal will go directly to those in need.


With a proven track record of providing humanitarian aid in conflict, war, and natural disaster zones, your donations are in safe hands. Insha’Allah


Every donation to the Pakistan Floods Emergency Appeal no matter how small, will insha’Allah have a positive impact on the lives of the most vulnerable.

Dabbagh Welfare Trust is a UK-based Islamic charity. We take pride in helping widows, orphans, and the most vulnerable families from some of the world’s poorest communities. Since our establishment, we have delivered aid from the funds raised via the Gaza Emergency Appeal, Yemen Crisis Appeal, Pakistan Floods Emergency Appeal, Bangladesh Emergency Floods Appeal, Syria Crisis Appeal and Afghanistan Emergency Appeal and helped countless victims of poverty, injustice and natural disasters.

Alhamdulillah, as an Islamic Charity, we have a proven track record of effectively and efficiently delivering aid to the most vulnerable. Donate to the Food Appeal, Water Appeal or Zakat Appeal – Donate with confidence.

If you would like to donate and have questions please feel free to ask. Whether you want to sponsor an orphan, sponsor a widow, donate a handcart, sponsor a sewing machine, gift a goat or help someone by donating your Zakat, donate with confidence Insha’Allah. Every penny will be spent according to Sharia guidelines and under the supervision of the experienced Dababgh Welfare Trust team.