Sustainable Development

Covid-19 Emergency

Donate today and help save lives:

$50 - could provide someone in need with essential food items or hygiene supplies

$100 - could provide a family with a hygiene kit or contribute to awareness and sanitation activities

Provide essential food items and hygiene kits for vulnerable communities now.

The coronavirus continues to devastate lives. So far, there have been over 6,287,771 confirmed cases globally and over 379,941 people have lost their lives.* Numbers are continuing to rise as the virus spreads.

Supporting those in need at home 

Locally, we’ve partnered with Project Quran, Brothers In Need and other Muslim charities as part of the Aussie Muslims Project to deliver much-needed food packs to those most vulnerable in our community. Here at home, our relief efforts will focus on those with disabilities, low-income families, the homeless, refugees and asylum seekers, and front line workers who are bravely risking their lives to keep us safe. 

Your donation could provide a warm meal, food packs or other essentials to those who need it most. 

Helping vulnerable communities globally 

As we collectively battle this global pandemic, let’s not forget to protect vulnerable communities across the world who are exposed to this deadly disease. For those living in poverty or without access to proper medical care, the risk of this disease is even higher.  

We’re working with our international partners to deliver essential hygiene kits and sanitation training to vulnerable families across Syria and Jordan. Your donation could be their lifeline. 

Donate today and help save lives: 

$50could provide someone in need with essential food items or hygiene supplies 

$100could provide a family with a hygiene kit or contribute to hygiene training and awareness activities 

In times of hardship, let’s not forget those in need. 

To learn more about our global COVID-19 response, please see here.

Source: World Health Organisation  

Last updated: 4 June 2020 

Donate now and provide urgent relief