Double Down for Gaza
Gaza has been under siege for 14 long years! The siege on Gaza means its residents can’t travel in or out of the city, they have limited food goods allowed into Gaza, the city’s water is unfit for human consumption and is laden with pollutants. The prices of everyday essentials have increased astronomically. Unemployment is at an all-time high, and fuel, building supplies and more are only allowed in in very small quantities.
Gaza is the world’s largest open air prison, housing 2 million prisoners, many of whom are children who have lived through 3 wars, and have literally never set foot outside the derelict city they call home.
Residents now face power outages for 22 hours a day, daily attacks on the city, and to top it all off, Gaza is now suffering a Covid outbreak leaving the most densely populated city on earth with 2 million people trapped in a city wide lockdown.
Although these resilient people are not in the media every day, we need to remember that Gaza has been and continues to suffer greatly, and its people deserve our ongoing help. GRF are on the ground all year round offering assistance to the patient, and long suffering citizens of Gaza.
What can you do to help?
– Food Parcels – £40
– Vegetable baskets – £15
– Bread – £3 for 50 pieces of bread
– £30 for 500 pieces of bread
– Emergency medical treatment – £100
– Family water tank £50
– Monthly refill for family tank £15
– Public water tank £1000
– Monthly refill for Public tank £100
– Family hygiene and PPE kit £40
– Hygiene and PPE kit for a small medical facility £100
We have the power to offer a helping hand to those affected by this unjust situation.
Let’s do our bit to help men, women and children in despair.
The Prophet (PBUH) said: “Give charity without delay, for it stands in the way of calamity.” (Al-Tirmidhi)
Just a small donation from you can make a huge difference to our brothers and sisters in Gaza, so please give what you can.