Following the floods, many people in Pakistan were injured and still require urgent medical care. Your donations will help these people who need short-term and long-term treatments.
In addition, in Pakistan, many people have had to drink contaminated water due to a lack of access to clean water, causing them to have severe illnesses and water-related diseases. To help these people, medication is needed, as well as other emergency materials to help to relieve their distress.
The Reward for Donating
Providing emergency support to those in need can be the reason they live and later thrive. Every little donation helps and can make a huge difference in someone’s life, such as those affected by the Pakistan floods.
In Surah Hadid 57:7, Allah (SWT) mentions, “Believe in Allah and His Messenger and spend out of that (wealth) in which He has appointed you as deputies. So, for those of you who have believed and spent (in Allah’s way), there is a big reward.”
The Prophet (peace be upon him), said: “The believer’s shade on the Day of Resurrection will be his charity.” (Al-Tirmidhi)
Discover More About the Pakistan Floods
Overstretched healthcare facilities and fatal illnesses are just two of the outcomes of the Pakistan floods. You can find out more about how the people of Pakistan continue to be impacted by the floods by visiting our general Pakistan Floods Emergency Appeal page.
Donate to UKIM
Donate today and save lives in Pakistan. Your healthcare donations to Pakistan flood victims will have a huge impact and help UKIM to support the needy. Donations to this appeal are Zakat applicable.
We often take the blessing of having medical help for granted when in fact, many people around the world cannot access it due to location or cost. We should reflect on this and strive to help these people by donating towards healthcare and medical costs.
Please donate generously for the sake of Allah (SWT) - our reward lies with Him. “Allah, the Exalted, says, ‘Spend, O son of Adam, and I shall spend on you." – Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), (Al-Bukhari and Muslim).