In the Arabic month of Ramadan, 24% of the world’s population is united by a strong feeling of wanting to be a better human being. Almost 2 billion people of the world abstain from eating and drinking until sunset. The practice is believed to instill patience and humility in Muslims. Throughout this holy month, the Muslim community tries to empathize with the uncountable poor and hungry of the world that lack the basic essentials of life like food, water, clothing, and shelter. In the end, Muslims celebrate Eid al Fitr together as a community.
During Ramadan, there’s also a rise in Zakat, which is one of the five pillars of Islam and a compulsory act of worship. It is a means to bring together the Muslim community by placing mercy in the hearts of those who are wealthy and those in need. Since it stems from the primary belief that helping someone is also an act of faith, we’re sharing stories of people who are in need of urgent help. If you too are looking to give back to the community in this blessed month, read their stories and donate.
“My 2-year-old son is at the risk of getting his leg amputated. He suffers from Septic Shock & Renal Failure. His kidneys have failed. He has been fighting for life in the ICU & the sight of him lying quietly on the hospital bed is heartbreaking. To continue his treatment, we need Rs. 6 lakh. Since we’re broke, we need your help.”
To help Gokul’s father, go here:
“After my child’s transplant, we thought that our battle was over but it felt like it had just begun. She started suffering from complications in her body like alarming blood pressures & 3 brain hemorrhages. Her infection has been attacking every organ of her body. The cost of saving her is Rs. 25 lakh. Please donate to help us save her life.”
To help Ishwari’s father, go here:
“The day my 1st child was born, the doctor told us this shocking news – “Your baby has 2 big holes in her heart.” I was heartbroken to hear about this. After just entering this world, she has been undergoing pain. She can only cry to express her pain & breathlessness. I need Rs. 4.8 lakh for her surgery. Please donate to save her. – Helpless Mother”
To help Khushi’s father, go here:
If you or anyone you know, is struggling to pay for their medical bills, go ahead and start a fundraiser on Ketto.