At the heart of our organization is a commitment to improving the lives of communities in need. Through our work, we strive to create lasting change that will make a difference for generations to come. But we can’t do it alone. That’s why we need your help. By donating to our cause, you can join us in our mission to build stronger, healthier, and more prosperous communities. Your contribution, no matter how small, will make a tangible impact on the lives of those we serve. Together, we can make a difference and create a brighter future for all. So please, consider donating today and help us continue to make a meaningful impact in the world.
- Recycled Warmth- Season 3
For those who are unable to afford to keep warm due to a lack of resources, the winter months can be crucial. We want to achieve a few objectives with the Recycled Warmth-Season 3 project:
● Promote recycling in an area where recycling is not a common practice
● Provide free blankets across rural and underserved communities
● Create 100+ jobs for males and females
The winter comforter and blanket production and distribution project took place in Bangladesh in 2020 and 2021. It provided free blankets to rural and under served communities, promoted recycling in an area where it is uncommon, and created more than 100 jobs for men and women. At $3.33 per blanket, sponsoring a blanket costs as much as a cup of American coffee! To make new comforters, we gathered used clothing from blanket factories.
In the first and second seasons of Recycled Warmth, we produced comforters, gave them to families, and hired daily workers who had lost their jobs as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The motivation behind assembling blankets as opposed to purchasing instant ones was to essentially lessen cost contrasted with the market cost of blankets, give work to local people, and advance reusing.
- Water pumps for refugee camp victims in Uganda
There are approximately 46 million people living in Uganda, a country in East Africa, of which 1.1 million are refugees from neighboring nations. Women and children make up the majority of the refugees, and many of them attempt to cross the border on their own. Violence against young girls and sexual assault are all far too common in refugee camps. When our researchers went to the camps, they heard that children and women who have already been through a lot of trauma live in constant fear of rape and other forms of violence.
The water at the camps is not potable, and when the women and children go out to the nearby wells to get water, powerful men in the communities around them kidnap and rape the young girls. Local authorities and other non-profit organizations have taken steps to address this by imposing severe penalties for the crime, but the perpetrators typically get away with it. These girls, who are approximately 15 years old and have become pregnant, do not have access to medical care.
We believe that every child should be able to grow up in a healthy and safe environment. In order to provide the refugees with effective protection, the situation necessitates assistance, sufficient resources, and funds. Our objective is to install water pumps in the refugee camps so that they do not have to travel far and risk being attacked. To keep fighting and ensure that refugees have access to basic necessities, we need your generosity.
- Feeding orphaned and needy children with your support!
The current food shortage is one of the most significant issues that developing nations are confronted with. Due to a lack of income, many people cannot afford basic food items. While income has not changed, the COVID-19 pandemic has increased the cost of many food items. As a result, numerous families worldwide have fallen below the poverty line. This problem threatens to starve a lot of needy children in Mymensingh, Bangladesh, who live in poverty.
Every day, children are becoming more malnourished. We have started a fundraising program to help these children after recognizing the locals’ hunger. Our goal is to provide needy children with three free meals per day to help them get through this difficult time. We want to raise one million dollars, and with your help, we can provide those who really need us with food and smiles!
- Educating refugees with your support!
We can improve and simplify our lives in significant ways thanks to education. In this day and age, it will be extremely difficult to survive without an adequate education. The lack of effective educational systems is a problem in many developing nations. This is the situation in Kyangwali, Uganda, where 3,000 Muslim refugees cannot attend school. We have begun the effort to raise 100,000 USD for these children after recognizing the problem and their educational circumstances. Our goal is to provide these children with all of the necessary educational resources at no cost, including:
● School Furniture
● Transportation facilities + accessibility
● Employee Salaries
● Lunch Support
With your support, we can provide free education to those deserving children and bring smiles to their faces.
- Help build a worship place in Philippines
Join Imam Sultan Diuda and help him; He is developing a madrasa and masjid in a suburb of Davao City, Philippines, Mindanao. Tornadoes and hurricanes have impacted a number of suburban areas, including this one. In addition, the construction and renovation of masjids, madrasas, and orphanage centers in seven villages and suburbs is in need of your assistance. We can assist more than twenty masjids, madrasas, and orphanages in rebuilding and flourishing with your ongoing support!
We are aiming to accomplish a few goals:
● Construct or update all exterior walls and roofing
● Fix interior walls, windows, and ceilings
● Install interior flooring and carpet
● Complete foundation work
● Construct sidewalks and bathroom facilities
● New construction of masjids, madrasas, and orphanage centers
- Help us eradicate Period Poverty
Period poverty affects approximately one in four women and refers to a lack of access to menstrual products, facilities for personal hygiene, and education. In the developing world, it is one of the leading causes of death among menstruating women. Not only can a lack of affordable sanitary products cause serious health issues, but it can also cause crippling anxiety that comes back every month. Many women miss school and workdays due to the topic’s social stigma, which ultimately affects their education and professional progress.
We are pleased to announce The Jute Plant Sanitary Pads, our most ambitious charity endeavor to date. The project aims to mass-produce biodegradable sanitary pads made from the Jute plant in collaboration with Dr. Mubarak Khan, a well-known and award-winning scientist at MIT.
The jute plant, which is mostly found in India and Bangladesh, is a material that can be used in a variety of ways and is tensile and absorbs a lot of water. After conducting a number of tests, we have now produced high-quality, biodegradable feminine hygiene products.
At the moment, we offer menstrual health education and products for personal hygiene on a monthly basis to women who live in rural areas of Bangladesh like Dakshin Bhabanipur, Bheramara, Kushtia, Tengapara, Ishwarganj, and Mymensingh.
We have taken the initiative to raise funds for women around the world who are suffering because of the gravity of this problem. Our goal is to give them free sanitary pads made from the jute plant that are biodegradable. We can contribute to making this world better for women with your support.
The following expenses will be covered by the funds raised for this project with your support:
– The cost of manufacturing sanitary pads;
– The costs of operations, distribution, and awareness centers;
– The establishment of a dedicated lab for continuous product development;
– The cost of setting up a factory (including the equipment).