East Lancs charity delivers winter warmth to Syria
Over £85,000 worth of winter aid relief was distributed on the Syrian refugees by east Lancashire based charity Al-Imdaad Foundation UK. The organisation only in December inaugurated the first UK village inside Syria and delivered over 1 million kilos of flour, since arriving back to the UK an urgent winter warmth appeal was initiated and the response has been phenomenal.
International Projects co-ordinator, Zubair Valimulla stated “The response has been fantastic from the general public and we would like to thank each and every person that took part in this brilliant project, with your support we were able to deliver 65,000 blankets and over 18,000 winter kits which includes hats, gloves, scarves and footwear”.
The Al-Imdaad Foundation is a registered UK charity providing humanitarian aid relief with registered offices in Australia, Indonesia Jordan and head office in South Africa. We are dedicated to providing humanitarian services in crisis and non-crisis situations to most needy orphans, widows and destitute, irrespective of race, religion, culture and geographical boundaries. Working in over 65 countries across Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas, the Al-Imdaad Foundation is striving to help the poor overcome the suffering endured due to natural disasters and lack of life’s basic necessities.