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India: Food Parcels: February 2021

Food Distribution


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  • Each food pack is approximately £30 each for the most needy. Your donation does not have to divisible by £30. You can donate £25 or £67 etc.
  • 100% of your donation will go to the poor & needy but we still have to finance the transportation costs etc. We suggest £3 Lillah per parcel if possible.
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.

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Syria: Winter Food packs: January 2020-1

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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Syria: Winter Blanket: January 2020-1

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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Uyghur: Blanket: January 2021

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 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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Rohingya Aid Distribution September 2020

Cash is given to Rohingya refugee widows stranded in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh during September 2020. So far £12,000 has been given to some 800 widows. This humanitarian work took place in the Kutupalang, Hakimpara, Okhia refugee camps from 16th September to 19th September 2020.

Rohingya


Caravan of Mercy are working in Bangladesh providing humanitarian aid to the Rohingya with food, shelter and education.

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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.

The Rohingya are a persecuted Muslim nation from the Buddhist majority Burma. The authorities have used oppressive tactics such as burning down homes and villages in order to force the Rohingya to escape to neighbouring Bangladesh, almost 410,000 of them. The United Nations have stated that the Burmese military’s actions against the Rohingya is “a textbook example of ethnic cleansing”. In Bangladesh, although they are safe from violence, they still face poverty, malnutrition and starvation.
Thousands more refugees are expected to escape to Bangladesh by the end of the year. So this is going to be a long term problem.
“Many people [Rohingya refugees] are arriving [in Bangladesh] hungry, exhausted and with no food or water,” said Mark Pierce of Save the Children charity, adding; “I’m particularly worried that the demand for food, shelter, water and basic hygiene support is not being met due to the sheer number of people in need. If families can’t meet their basic needs, the suffering will get even worse and lives could be lost.”
Caravan of Mercy already have humanitarian operations in Bangladesh and we use our agents there to purchase and distribute aid to to refugees at the Burma/ Bangladesh border.

To donate towards specific projects for West Bengal please see the appropriate cause:

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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.