for only (£250)
(£0.67 a day)
(1000 family almost)
In the winter of 2019, around 15 Syrian children died due to the extreme weather conditions in their camps. Providing a coal heater and a month supply of coal to a family in Northern Syria who are suffering every winter from the extreme cold will provide so much relief to them. The cold is forcing families to sit at home wrapped up in clothes and blankets trying to stay warm, some who can afford buying wood are burning it for warmth, others who can't afford buying wood are burning items such as clothes, plastic, and rubbish in order to survive. By providing a family with a heater you will alleviate their worries by keeping their home safe and warm for their children and elderly.
Waqf Housing Association
In light of the instability and difficult living conditions in Syria, especially for the IDP’s (internally displaced people) a humanitarian imbalance arose that led to disastrous results at all levels, especially for orphan children, widows, the elderly, etc. This resulted in interventions from the civil organizations in the form of relief (food, medicine and tents) that were not sustainable, which reduced their capability at improving the condition of the IDP’s. Based on this vision, the Nour Al-Sham Foundation in Britain, in cooperation with the Syrian, Arab & British community of all sects in Britain and Europe, decided to launch a project of sustainable housing in the form of a permanent waqf (endowment) for the benefit of displaced families until they are able to return to their homes.