– In the wake of news reports from this past weekend about bombings taking place again in the Idlib provience of Syria that has killed several people, including women and children, Islamic Relief, the largest Muslim-based humanitarian and advocacy organization, has issued a statement. The following first-hand account is from Ahmad Aldamen, senior program official for Islamic Relief who is based in Idlib:
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Islamic Relief USA, the largest Muslim-based humanitarian and advocacy organization that works in more than 40 countries, has dedicated its #GivingTuesday campaign to raising funds and awareness to the long-standing humanitarian crisis in Yemen.
Alexandria, VA – Salem Jaffer Baobaid, Islamic Relief’s project coordinator in Hodeida, Yemen, issued the… Continue reading...
Islamic Relief USA, in partnership with Rise Against Hunger, will hold a meal packaging event in Nashville to benefit vulnerable school-age children in certain countries around the world.
Alexandria, VA – Islamic Relief USA (IRUSA) has received a nearly $500,000 grant from the American Red Cross (ARC) to implement rebuilding projects and programs for residents who lost their homes during Hurricane Harvey in August 2017.
Islamic Relief USA has deployed its Disaster Response Team (DRT) to assist in emergency response operations stemming from the wildfires that have engulfed much of Redding, California. The organization will also distribute $100,000 in cash cards to families who’ve suffered property damage.
IRUSA , a non-profit humanitarian and advocacy organization, has partnered with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) to help distribute fresh, high-quality meat in the Gaza region, as part of IRUSA’s annual Qurbani program.
Islamic Relief USA (IRUSA), the nation’s largest Muslim humanitarian and advocacy organization that works in more than 40 countries, issued the following statement regarding the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to uphold President Donald Trump’s “travel ban” against individuals entering the United States from Muslim-majority countries.
Alexandria, Va. - Islamic Relief USA is sending volunteers to participate in relief efforts in Puerto Rico, which is still recovering from the extensive damage it sustained in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
IRUSA previously sent personnel shortly after the hurricane touched down last September. But recent news reports have made it clear much more help is needed, in order to enable people to return to the daily lives they were accustomed to before the massive storm.
Alexandria, Va. - Islamic Relief USA (IRUSA), which has long supported the work of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), is contributing $2.4 million to support 3,000 vulnerable Palestinian refugees in Gaza.