Ramadan 2021

Ramadan 2021

Ramadan Mubarak from everyone at the Sarwar Foundation. We wish everyone a healthy, happy and blessed month.

This Ramadan, please consider helping us to transform and save lives in Pakistan and the UK.

Ramadan is an opportunity for us to appreciate what we have and to think of those who are less fortunate. That’s why the Sarwar Foundation is working hard to save lives and improve the quality of life in Pakistan and across the globe.

With your generosity this Ramadan, we can save and transform more lives.

Our work is more vital than ever. The coronavirus pandemic has had a devastating impact, and the emergency is far from over.

In Pakistan we have supplied food packages to families, protective supplies to paramedic staff and continued to build water filtration plants. We were also instrumental in setting up the Pakistan Development Network (PDN) which brought different organisations together to work in collaboration during the pandemic.

In the UK we launched Viral Kindness Scotland to support the most vulnerable and connect them to volunteers and organisations, provided Christmas gifts to more children than ever before and we have now teamed up with Magic Breakfast to provide free breakfasts to vulnerable children in Scotland.

But there is so much more we can do.

Ramadan is an opportunity for us to appreciate what we have and to think of those who are less fortunate. That’s why the Sarwar Foundation is working hard to save lives and improve the quality of life in Pakistan and across the globe.

With your generosity this Ramadan, we can save and transform more lives.

Our work is more vital than ever. The coronavirus pandemic has had a devastating impact, and the emergency is far from over.

In Pakistan we have supplied food packages to families, protective supplies to paramedic staff and continued to build water filtration plants. We were also instrumental in setting up the Pakistan Development Network (PDN) which brought different organisations together to work in collaboration during the pandemic.

In the UK we launched Viral Kindness Scotland to support the most vulnerable and connect them to volunteers and organisations, provided Christmas gifts to more children than ever before and we have now teamed up with Magic Breakfast to provide free breakfasts to vulnerable children in Scotland.

But there is so much more we can do.

Our Campaign

This year’s Ramadan campaign will focus on four key areas: two to support those in most urgent need in the UK and Pakistan; and two to continue our long term, sustainable development plans.

We also continue to run our two hospitals, medial camps, hepatitis screening program and school.

Our mission is to help save and improve lives.

But we can’t do it without the support of our donors, who are responsible for the change we bring to people.

Please consider donating to us this Ramadan by clicking here.

Our Campaign

This year’s Ramadan campaign will focus on four key areas: two to support those in most urgent need in the UK and Pakistan; and two to continue our long term, sustainable development plans.

We also continue to run our two hospitals, medial camps, hepatitis screening program and school.

Our mission is to help save and improve lives.

But we can’t do it without the support of our donors, who are responsible for the change we bring to people.

Please consider donating to us this Ramadan by clicking here.

Alleviate hunger in the UK with Halal food packs

Many people are affected by poverty in the UK and this has been exacerbated as a result of the pandemic. During Ramadan, we fast and are hungry for a month, but the users of foodbanks are hungry all year round.

The Sarwar Foundation is working with foodbanks in Scotland to provide Halal food within provisions.

Just £25 towards a Ramadan Halal Food Pack will ensure a family has food as part of their provision.

Alleviate hunger in the UK with Halal food packs

Many people are affected by poverty in the UK and this has been exacerbated as a result of the pandemic. During Ramadan, we fast and are hungry for a month, but the users of foodbanks are hungry all year round.

The Sarwar Foundation is working with foodbanks in Scotland to provide Halal food within provisions.

Just £25 towards a Ramadan Halal Food Pack will ensure a family has food as part of their provision.

Alleviate hunger in Pakistan with food parcels

Pakistan is currently witnessing a third surge of Covid.

We want to continue supplying food packages to families in Pakistan affected by Covid-19.

RThese packages are distributed to the families who are struggling in extreme poverty as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.

Each food package will feed a family of five for one month.

Alleviate hunger in Pakistan with food parcels

Pakistan is currently witnessing a third surge of Covid.

We want to continue supplying food packages to families in Pakistan affected by Covid-19.

RThese packages are distributed to the families who are struggling in extreme poverty as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.

Each food package will feed a family of five for one month.

Women's empowerment - purchase sewing machines

Women make up almost 50% of Pakistan’s population, but only 24% of the workforce.

The Sarwar Foundation is striving to change this by empowering women and inspiring them to unlock their potential by learning new skills in our HunarGah centres.

These HunarGah centres provide women of all ages with a safe place to learn new skill sets and refine their talents, so they can join the workforce and earn a living.

HunarGah centres offer a selection of courses, such as dress design, sewing classes, handicraft making and computer training.

Purchasing a sewing machine will allow us to set up more HunarGah centres, enabling Pakistani women to flourish and thrive in their communities.

A donation of just £100 will pay for an individual sewing machine, and £1,000 helps us set up a new HunarGah for women to become self-sufficient.

Women's empowerment - purchase sewing machines

The Sarwar Foundation is striving to change this by empowering women and inspiring them to unlock their potential by learning new skills in our HunarGah centres.

These HunarGah centres provide women of all ages with a safe place to learn new skill sets and refine their talents, so they can join the workforce and earn a living.

HunarGah centres offer a selection of courses, such as dress design, sewing classes, handicraft making and computer training.

Purchasing a sewing machine will allow us to set up more HunarGah centres, enabling Pakistani women to flourish and thrive in their communities.

A donation of just £100 will pay for an individual sewing machine, and £1,000 helps us set up a new HunarGah for women to become self-sufficient.

Clean water - water filtration plants in Pakistan

The majority of Pakistanis do not have access to clean drinking water. Over 50% of patients admitted to hospitals and 30% of deaths nationwide are linked to water borne diseases.

The Sarwar Foundation is installing water filtration plants in various districts of Punjab and Baluchistan, and to date over 2 million people have benefited from the Foundation’s clean water initiative.

The Sarwar Foundation is now the largest provider of clean water in Pakistan. Delivering clean water is one of the simplest ways we can transform lives in Pakistan, ensuring people are healthier and live longer.

Help us to build more water filtration plants, by donating for either a full plant or towards a water filtration plant.

A water plant for an entire community costs £12,000 for the complete survey, plant, plant room, utility connection and installation.

You can donate £1,000 towards a share of a plant or £12,000 for a full plant, and we will be happy to discuss this with you.

Clean water - water filtration plants in Pakistan

The Sarwar Foundation is installing water filtration plants in various districts of Punjab and Baluchistan, and to date over 2 million people have benefited from the Foundation’s clean water initiative.

The Sarwar Foundation is now the largest provider of clean water in Pakistan. Delivering clean water is one of the simplest ways we can transform lives in Pakistan, ensuring people are healthier and live longer.

Help us to build more water filtration plants, by donating for either a full plant or towards a water filtration plant.

A water plant for an entire community costs £12,000 for the complete survey, plant, plant room, utility connection and installation.

You can donate £1,000 towards a share of a plant or £12,000 for a full plant, and we will be happy to discuss this with you.

school children getting drinking water

Our mission is to help save and improve lives.

But we can’t do it without the support of our donors, who are responsible for the change we bring to people.

Please consider donating to us this Ramadan.