United States

working together

for our neighbors in need

More than 46 million Americans—including nearly 16 million children—live in poverty.  That’s about one in seven of us! Our neighbors are suffering from hunger, homelessness and poverty.  And during emergencies, these conditions get even harsher—like right now, in Louisiana, where thousands of people are fighting to survive severe floods. Your Disaster Response Team is on the way to help: please support by giving to USA Humanitarian Aid.

And, during this Qurbani/Udhiyah season, our IRUSA community is pledging to follow the Islamic tradition of giving vital food aid in the form of nutritious, halal meat to help thousands of people. We’re also pledging to ride 40 miles across the nation to raise awareness about domestic poverty and to provide 40 Qurbanis—that’s about 2,000 pounds of meat—to neighbors in need this year. Join the challenge or support a rider.

Our dedication to humanitarianism in the U.S. lasts all year long, alhamdulillah. So, join the movement now to fight poverty here at home by volunteering, donating and advocating for humanitarian programs across the country.

4 WAYS TO GET INVOLVED

Dedicate your time and energy to help.

Support long-term and emergency aid.

Inspire others to join the movement.

Participate in the bike challenge.

“Anyone who believes in Allah and the Last Day should serve his neighbor generously …” The Prophet Mohammed (pbuh), as narrated by Sahih Al-Bukhari

IRUSA donors just like you work hard to fight poverty across the country every day. Support to the USA Humanitarian Aid fund helps see these vital efforts through. From emergency aid distributions, like those for flood survivors in Louisiana to bringing clean water to those who desperately need it in places like Flint to lifting our struggling neighbors up as they seek pathways to success—your gifts achieve great things! Learn more in the Projects section below.

United States Donor Report (updated: June 2016).

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