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UK COVID-19 Emergency

The coronavirus disease has killed many and left millions without an income. Help us support those struggling in the UK by providing life-saving healthcare packages and food supplies.

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The coronavirus disease has killed many and left millions without an income. Help us support those struggling in the UK by providing life-saving healthcare packages and food supplies.

iCare is UK relief branch of UK Islamic Mission and working for the local community, we have set up food hubs across the UK to help those affected by this virus, we also set up volunteer groups to help those in isolation. We need people support to continue these efforts. Charity begins at home.

An unprecedented global pandemic has swept the world – now we must unite as a nation and help those In need.

The whole world is feeling the effects of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), a highly infectious and potentially fatal virus. Thousands of innocent people have already lost their family members, businesses and livelihoods to the illness, with the UK government expecting this number to only increase over the coming weeks. You can see the current UK coronavirus statistics here.

Despite incredible government support for both businesses and vulnerable people, there are still families out there who are struggling to feed themselves or lacking key healthcare equipment that could prevent themselves and others around them from contracting this disease. With your help, we aim to bring hope to these people, providing them with necessities that will get them through this period of fear and uncertainty.

What Are We Doing to Help?

Through the support of our donors, our coronavirus charity appeal is funding family food packs and essential hygiene packs for struggling households throughout the country. Many family breadwinners have been hospitalised or lost their job due to COVID-19, leaving them unable to feed their families. Our food packs can help feed those struggling for up to a month, tiding them over during this extremely difficult period.

Similarly, our hygiene packs include key healthcare equipment like gloves, toilet roll, hand sanitiser and masks to help reduce the infection rate of the disease, preventing already struggling families from being further affected. With your assistance, we can bring safety and security where it’s needed most.

How You Can Make a Difference

With thousands already struggling and the situation set to worsen over the coming weeks, it’s vital that we unite as a nation and help others everywhere we can. Support our UK COVID-19 Emergency Appeal and bring hope to a British family today.

WHERE YOU CAN GET HELP IN THE UK

If you are struggling to feed your family or get the support that you need, consider visiting one of our iCare Food Hubs dotted throughout the country. We will strive to bring you security and comfort in this challenging time.

ARE YOU SELF ISOLATING?

Need help with:

  • Grocery Shopping?
  • Need Medication?
  • A Friendly Phone Call?
  • Counselling?

We can help. Contact us today and see what we can do to support you.

SUPPORT UK FOOD HUBS
DONATE TODAY AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE

£20

Could provide Essential Hygiene Pack
(hand gloves, masks, toilet rolls, disinfectants and hand sanitisers)

£50

Could provide an essential Family Food Pack

Please give generously – your donation can reach your brothers and sisters in need in your comunity.

DONATE

SUPPORT US

The coronavirus disease has killed many and left millions without an income. Help us support those struggling in the UK by providing life-saving healthcare packages and food supplies.

Contact us

202 North Gower Street
NW1 2LY
United Kingdom
info@ukim.org Tel: 0207 387 2157 Fax: 0207 383 0867

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Direct Bank Transfer
UK Islamic Mission, Barclays Bank Plc

Sort Code: 20-06-09,
Account No: 30916374

International Bank Transfer
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IBAN: GB29 BUKB 2006 0930 9163 74

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