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Winter Campaign

We want to keep even more people warm this winter, but we can’t do it without your help.

Preventative action is better than cure.

How your donation is spent

Pakistan winter emergency campaign

As winter descends upon Pakistan, the cold weather poses significant challenges for many communities, especially those grappling with poverty. The harsh temperatures exacerbate the daily struggles of vulnerable individuals and families, making it increasingly difficult to stay warm and meet basic life necessities. The biting cold not only affects physical well-being but also intensifies the hardships faced by those already living on the margins of society.

In the face of these challenges, the Zia Ul Ummah Foundation has undertaken a proactive response to alleviate the suffering caused by the cold weather. Recognising the urgent need, our team has initiated a Winter Pack program aimed at providing essential items to those in need. These winter packs include vital elements such as hats, gloves, scarves, and other necessities that can make a significant difference in helping individuals and families cope with the cold and stay warm during the unforgiving winter months. Zia Ul Ummah Foundation’s efforts extend beyond mere charity; they serve as a lifeline for those struggling in the grip of poverty, offering relief and warmth when it is needed most.

The Winter Pack initiative by the Zia Ul Ummah Foundation not only addresses the immediate challenges posed by the cold weather but also embodies a compassionate response to the broader issues of poverty and vulnerability. By providing these packs, we are not only offering physical comfort but also imparting a sense of dignity to those facing adversity. It is a testament to Zia Ul Ummah Foundation’s commitment to holistic support, recognising that warmth and comfort are essential components of a dignified life, especially for those enduring the harsh realities of poverty during the winter season.

Children and women are the worst affected

When we met two-year-old Adam in Pakistan, he was sat around a small fire seeking refuge from the cold.

It was five degrees outside, but his family were too poor to heat his home or buy him a coat, so the fire was his only option.

Because of your support, the Zia ul Ummah Foundation was able to give Adam and his friends hats, gloves, and blankets to help them fight off the cold conditions.

But there are many more families in Pakistan who need your help to survive this winter.

You have the power to do something. Make a difference today!