Pen Y Fan climb

Pen Y Fan climb

created by Naveed Ahmed

with Human Appeal

for the Pen Y Fan Trek campaign

Personal Challenge - Climbing

£5.60 (3%)

raised of £200.00 target


1 donor

Donation summary

1 person has donated online

0 people have donated offline

Online donations: £5.60

Offline donations: £0.00

Total raised: £5.60

Gift Aid: £0.00

Total raised with Gift Aid: £5.60

Our Story

Assamualikum everyone, 

I will be taking in part of a sponsor hike in Pen Y Fan on the 14th July, I would appreciate if you could donate or share my page. 

Although Ramadan has ended and we did raise a lot of money, the suffering of Yemen has not. So I urge you to all take part and may Allah reward you all in’sha’allah. 

If you have any questions or would like to take part, drop me a message. 

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Please help me be the change and make the difference.

Who Will It Help?

‘No wealth ( of a servant of Allah) is decreased because of charity’ (Al-Tirmidhi, Hadith No. 2247) 

‘...Truly, Allah does reward the charitable.’ (Surah Yusuf:88) 

£20 provide ten people with access to safe, life sustaining water in Sana’a. 

£30 will provide two at-risk Yemenis with access to one of our four clinics. 

£75 will provide five at risk Yemenis with access to one of one of our four clinics. 

In Yemen, 3/4 of the population which is over 22 million are in need of humanitarian assistance to survive. 

Every 10 minutes, a child dies from a preventable cause; 85,000 babies and toddlers have starved to death. Yemenis are living through the worst humanitarian disaster in the world, the most severe cholera epidemic since records began, and are on the brink of the worst famine in a century. 

In the coming months, we’ll be supporting 10,500 people battling the triple threat of war, starvation and disease by rehabilitating water pumps and tanks, and installing water points to deliver water to 50 areas in Sana’a. 

We’ll also be providing 14,000 at-risk Yemenis with access to healthcare at four clinics, offering maternal and newborn care, immunisations, and disability support, as well as treating cholera and acute diseases. 

Donate, share and get involved in’sha’allah. 

Recent online donations

Malaikah K

6 months ago

Great cause, good luck g ❤️