Islamic Relief USA is honored to announce our project partnering with MAS Convention for programs benefiting our brothers and sisters here and around the world. As communities seek to recover and manage the devastating effects of poverty, natural disaster, disease, and conflict the contributions of cherished partners like MAS Convention hold more weight than ever. We thank them for answering the call.
Children in Need
Improving children’s daily lives by safe-guarding them against illness; providing them with educational opportunities; and by giving them access to proper nutrition, water, and sanitation services can also provide a cushion that would help alleviate suffering in emergency situations. Perhaps most important, those basic resources can provide a world of hope to children for a brighter future.
Your investment in this effort means that your donations reach children who just need an opportunity to break the chains of poverty around them. This fund is global, which allows IRUSA the flexibility to effectively send emergency aid or build innovative programs that address the unique needs of children in their communities. When the call for relief comes, your support here means we will be ready to serve with efficiency and immediacy.
Orphan Support Levels
Meet Masuma and Marwa
Masuma and Marwa are beautiful sisters, and although they are only 6 and 3-years old, they are already orphans. Masuma, in the red dress, is a proud and kind big sister to Marwa, also pictured. Their father passed away suddenly from an illness three years ago, leaving them almost entirely vulnerable.
Thankfully, they are sponsored by a generous Islamic Relief USA donor. Without the IRUSA sponsorship, they would have no income in their family, and would be left to the consequences of poverty.
May Allah shower you with blessings ❤️❤️
May Allah bless the umma
Please count has Zakat. Please keep me updated on orphan. Thank you.
Please take some if you can to the local Chicago community.
Thank you for every orphans you teaching ! Please don’t forget orphans in Wellega region Oromia state in Ethiopia! No media coverage yet because of the war happening right now and for the last 4 years.