How do we respond in times of crisis?
As Muslims, this is the optimum time for us to come together to support one another and to help those most in need. Every act of charity we give for those affected by the coronavirus could help protect us against hunger, illness and even death - so we give generously and without hesitation.
In the UK, lockdowns can be lonely and isolating, especially for those living alone or for the elderly. In this time, reach out to your neighbours, offer to do their grocery shop for them, and let loved ones know you’re thinking of them. By coming together, we are stronger, safer and happier insha’Allah.
Let the Prophet’s (ﷺ) hadith on calamity help guide your actions and inspire some beautiful acts of charity for the most vulnerable people in the world right now. You can help protect your sisters and brothers here in the UK and all over the globe by giving generously to an appeal with one goal at its heart: preventing the suffering of others.