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India Blanket Distribution November 2020

Winter Appeal*


When a person is poor and too cold, their health determinates and the whole family now has another burden to deal with.

This will be another difficult winter for many needy Ughurs, Syrians, Rohingya, Indians and Bangladeshis. Caravan of Mercy, with your help, will be distributing blankets and food to the poor and needy Inshallah.
Give what you can to ease the hardship that this season can bring.
Blankets are approximately £6 each while food packs are approximately £30.

  • Donate whatever amount you wish.
  • Donate whatever amount you wish.
  • Donate whatever amount you wish.
  • Donate whatever amount you wish.
  • Donate whatever amount you wish.
  • Donate whatever amount you wish.
  • Donate whatever amount you wish.
  • Donate whatever amount you wish.
  • Donate whatever amount you wish.
We are unable to cover your online card payment (Credit or Debit card) processing fees. This must be paid by you the donor and can be viewed at the checkout page. The checkout page also gives you the option of making a bank transfer (which does not incur any charges). Please note: card processing companies charge for payments not the charity.

Please see below for additional project information.

Since the Syrian civil war officially began March 15, 2011, families have suffered under a brutal conflict that has killed hundreds of thousands of people, torn the nation apart, and set back the standard of living by decades.
There are approximately 67,000 Uighur in Turkey due to the ethnic cleansing which has taken place in China.
The areas where we work in Bangladesh (Sunamganj and Sirajganj) and India (West Bengal) there are many poor and needy families who are ill equipped to face the cold winter months.
With your help, we can make life a little more bearable for these Muslim communities Inshallah.

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India Qurbani distribution 2020

India: West Bengal


Caravan of Mercy have been operating in West Bengal for many years with the assistance Misbahul Uloom Education & Welfare Trust, headed by Molana Hafiz ur Rahman.

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We are unable to cover your online card payment (Credit or Debit card) processing fees. This must be paid by you the donor and can be viewed at the checkout page. The checkout page also gives you the option of making a bank transfer (which does not incur any charges). Please note: card processing companies charge for payments not the charity.

Please see below for additional project information.
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Floods India

Donate:

Qurbani/ Udhiya



The last chance to donate a Qurbani is Sunday 2nd August
The Prophet Muhammad Peace be upon him was asked “What is Qurbani?”, He answered, “It is the Sunnah of your father (prophet) Ibrahim (AS), for every hair of the Qurbani you will receive a reward from Allah and for every hair in the wool you will receive a reward” (Ibn Maja & Tirmidhi)

  • See below for total & quantity
  • See below for total & quantity
  • See below for total & quantity
  • See below for total & quantity
  • See below for total & quantity
  • See below for total & quantity
  • See below for total & quantity
We are unable to cover your online card payment (Credit or Debit card) processing fees. This must be paid by you the donor and can be viewed at the checkout page. The checkout page also gives you the option of making a bank transfer (which does not incur any charges). Please note: card processing companies charge for payments not the charity.

Please see below for additional project information.

Qurbani is a highly blessed and virtuous act, with the number of sins forgiven equal to the number of hair on the body of the sacrificed animal.
We are providing meat to a number of countries.

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Eidul Adha 1438/ 2017

Caravan of Mercy donors benefited many poor Muslim families throughout Ghana, India, Cameroon, Bangladesh and Syria this year.

Cameroon:
Central African Republic victims in Borgop refugee camp in Cameroon on Eid day 10 Dhul Haj 1438 Hijra. (1st Sep 2017).
2800 families received fresh Udhiya/ Qurabani meat Alhamdu lillah.

Gambia:
250 families were served with fresh Udhiya meat Alhamdu lillah.
3 Cows and 7 Goats

Ghana:
5 goats, 1 cow
About 92 people received fresh Udhiya meat Alhamdu lillah.

India:
30,000 people received fresh Udhiya meat Alhamdu lillah.

The following photos are from Cameroon. Eid day 10 Dhul Haj 1438 Hijra. (1st Sep 2017)

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#DrinkSafeWater Appeal 2015

 

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Drink Safe Water Appeal

Caravan of Mercy have launched an appeal to install 10 deep tube wells in West Bengal.
Caravan of Mercy aims to provide safe and clean drinking water to those areas that are most in need.

One of the most common causes of death in the developing world is drinking dirty and diseased water.
Without access to clean water communities are more vulnerable to illness and diseases. In West Bengal pure water is very difficult to find as water can be contaminated by sewage discharge and floods.

The prophet (Peace be upon him) was asked which is the best form of charity?

He (Peace be upon him)replied “Providing drinking water”. (Sunan Abi Dawood)

The cost of 1 Deep Tube well is £1200.00

Donating towards our water projects is a great way to gain Sadaqah Jariyah (ongoing rewards)

Donate >>

or call 0116 2763344

#drinksafewater

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Blanket Appeal Re-opened!

Due to an increased demand Caravan Of Mercy has re-opened the Winter Blanket Appeal.
You & your friends have a few more weeks to donate & raise funds.

A small team (a Caravan Of Mercy trustee & a volunteer) are leaving for Syria on the 14th of December to distribute blankets.
They will be updating us all with live pictures & videos.

Caravan Of Mercy office staff are going to spend the night outside in empathy of those experiencing
the bitter cold.

For more details and to join them, register your interest by sending an email to admin@caravanofmercy.org

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