Al-Khair Foundation is offering a lifeline to people in need and isolated by the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) across the UK.
The Foundation is operating a helpline for people struggling with restrictions and hardships caused by the virus.
The service is already providing shopping and medication collection and delivery, healthcare advice and friendly phone calls to alleviate loneliness throughout the charity’s network of branches across the country.
“It is vital we work urgently to help all those impacted, People can donate food supplies for the food packs or funds to allow us to buy them.”
£100,000 has been committed to fund the much needed help in the UK, where work is already making an impact across the country.” (Imam Qasim, Founder & Chairman)
Al-Khair Foundation has launched an international £1M appeal, to offer a lifeline to people in need by the impact of the Coronavirus around the globe.
The Foundation will be purchasing and delivering medical and hygiene kits for the most vulnerable suffering from the pandemic.
The initiative is initially being rolled out in Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Kenya, Turkey and the Middle East. But the reach of the campaign will be increased in due course as need increases.
Founder & Chairman Imam Qasim said: “We are launching our £1M appeal to respond to pandemic impacted people globally. We will be working with communities and governments to put plans together to deal with this crisis situation and assisting them with aid supplies and more importantly medical support. It is vital we work as fast as possible to fight off the impact of this horrendous virus.”