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syria emergency appeal

Over 11 Years On From The Beginning Of The Syrian Civil War There Seems To Be No End To The Conflict.

The ongoing crisis has left millions of Syrians with no choice but to flee their homes and to fend for their lives. It has created the World’s largest refugee crisis and caused the death of hundreds of thousands of innocent people.

Al Mustafa Welfare Trust and our partners are providing relief aid to thousands of Syrian refugees forced to live in makeshift camps.

Your donations are currently being used to provide necessities such as shelter, food & clothing. Additionally, our Syria funds are also used for crucial medical supplies to help treat sick and injured refugees.

The ongoing conflict has especially taken a toll on young children & orphans who have lost their homes as well as their families. This is why Al Mustafa is committed to not only providing material aid but also psychological support to these vulnerable children.


Our teams are exclusively working with UN registered partners to provide essential aid.

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Select from single and monthly donations

Your donation will provide

1 FAMILY FOOD PACK

One month essentials which includes flour, rice, cooking oil, salt, tea, lentils, sugar, dates, chilli, powder milk and juices.

Your donation will provide a

HYGIENE KIT & FAMILY FOOD PACK

Which includes flour, rice, cooking oil, salt, tea, lentils, sugar, dates, chilli, powder milk and juices, sanitisers, medicine and face masks.

Your donation will provide an

EMERGENCY RELIEF PACK

Emergency Relief Pack provides Ready Meal, Sleeping Bag, water, Hygiene Essential, Baby Chest Carrier & a Small Tent.

Your donation will provide an

EMERGENCY MEDICAL CAMP

Provide medical treatment for up to 200 people.

THE LONG-LASTING IMPACT OF COVID-19 FOR SYRIAN REFUGEES

While much of the world has seen a steady decline in Covid-19, Syrian refugees continue to relentlessly suffer.

With a lack of healthcare and access to the vaccine, Syria has not been able to move out of the devastating crisis. Millions are going hungry every single night, and countless families simply do not know where their next meal is coming from.

We must fight hunger in Syrian Refugee Camps to save lives and help support families in need. Healthy, nutritious food can make the difference between life and death, and nobody should be going without food.

As the world continues to suffer, it is important we do not leave behind the people of Syria, who continue to face one of the most brutal conflicts of our time. Join us now to feed vulnerable Syrian Refugees.


£55 will provide a family in need with food for an entire month.

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Zahra'S STORY

10-year old Zahra’s story: A childhood in a refugee camp

Ten-year-old Zahra is a Syrian refugee living in a make-shift home in a refugee camp. As well as fleeing her home amid violence and suffering, Zahra has suffered incredible, deep loss. Last year, her precious mother passed away, leaving a huge gaping hole in Zahra’s life.

While she longs for her mother’s touch and words of comfort, Zahra must be strong for her siblings and father. Their home fails to protect them. In the winter, it is terribly cold and throughout the year it becomes muddy and flooded due to rains. Zahra and her siblings often shiver through the nights worrying about getting unwell when the nearest hospital is still just way too far.

Like any child, Zahra dreams of safety, toys and joy. Instead, she worries about surviving. Will you help vulnerable families like Zahra’s?

You can provide families like Zahra’s with food, relief aid & medical aid so that they can stay healthy and safe. Donate now from as little as £55.

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