Emergency Response Fund

Help to rapidly respond to emergencies

Emergency Response Fund

New humanitarian crises tragically arise everyday. It’s not always clear what the needs of each group of victims will be depending on the nature of the disaster – some disasters demand clean water and food, medical supplies are more crucial for others and others may require shelter more urgently. The mission of Revive is always to prioritise life preservation, so to deliver to the victims of humanitarian disasters, whatever is needed most, wherever it is needed most. By donating to this fund, you are preserving precious lives who are the victims of humanitarian disasters and war zones today!

206.4 MILLION

are estimated to be in need of humanitarian assistance

FATALITIES

as a direct result of conflict and war are increasing year-on-year

1 in 33

people urgently need humanitarian assistance

NATURAL DISASTERS

resulting in humanitarian suffering are on the rise.

In the footprints of a humanitarian disaster victim

As a victim of a humanitarian disaster, you remember a time when your life was comfortable. Your family were around, you could hear the laughter and play of children and life was busy with normality. Since the disaster, your time is spent searching for the next meal (which is often just a stale piece of bread) and trying to collect safe water to drink. Many of your family members have died as there is no access to medical help and you wonder, as you shiver yourself to sleep in your tent, will there disease kill you next, or will the missiles?

Allah says in the Qur’an “IF ANYONE SAVED A LIFE IT WOULD BE AS IF HE SAVED THE LIFE OF THE WHOLE OF HUMANITY.” [QURAN 5:3]

How far can your donation go?

Your donation will be used towards whatever is needed most – here are some examples of how far your donation can reach

£30 provides 200 litres of clean water

£880 provides 20 Refugees with food for a month

Emergency medical supplies to the injured

£18 provides 10 families with hygiene packs

£44 provides a family with food for a month

£130 provides house repairs from bomb damage

What have we done to help so far?

Victims of the Beirut disaster issued with food, water, medical supplies & accommodation

Families in the mass exodus of Idlib, Syria housed and fed after sleeping rough in the open

Flood victims of Aden, Yemen provided with food, safe water and accommodation.

Hygiene packs distributed throughout refugee camps in rural Syria to prevent the spread of COVID19.

"Give sadaqah without delay for it stands in the way of calamity” (Tirmidhi)