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 El-Dar  New window
 Shop at top stores while upto 40% of your purchase goes to Palestine or your favourite Islamic cause.
 Five Pillars Charity  New window
 Pakistani mission devoted to helping orphans in Pakistan and the West.
 H.O.M.S. - Housing Outreach for Muslim Sisters  New window
 A temporary shelter for homeless Muslim women and their children in an Islamic environment.
 HAWCA  New window
 Website for the organization promoting humanitarian assistance for the women and children of Afghanistan.
 Human Appeal International  New window
 International aid organization established in the United Arab Emirates operating in the field of development and socio-economic relief. HAI has consultative status with the UN.
 Human Appeal Organization  New window
 A licensed charity located in Gaza and focusing on easing the suffering of the deprived in the Palestinian society.
 Islamic American Relief Agency  New window
 IARA-USA is a non-profit organization devoted to human relief and participatory development. From orphan sponsorships to clean water and refugee aid, IARA works with more than 30 International Partners to provide aid quickly and efficiently.
 Islamic Relief  New window
 Islamic Relief is a registered charity which sponsors orphans through both a general fund and one to one sponsorship. It also offer the facility of online donations to other Islamic Relief projects.
 Muslim Global Relief  New window
 Muslim Global Relief, (MGR) is a registered charity within the United Kingdom which has been established to help those most in need around the world.
 Muslim Hands Website  New window
 International Islamic relief organisation collecting Zakah and Sadaqah to establish projects to help relieve victims of poverty and disaster worldwide.

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