Support Baitulmaal’s emergency relief fund so we can quickly and effectively respond to crises and disasters around the world
Baitulmaal puts your compassion into action through life-saving emergency relief for people suffering from man-made humanitarian crises and natural disasters.
Man-made crises are often caused by violent conflict or government neglect whereas natural disasters take the form of cyclones, earthquakes, floods and other acts of nature that create a crisis for people.
Regardless of the cause, we believe it is our moral duty to render aid to those suffering from man-made crises and natural disasters. If you share this belief, join us in providing life-saving aid with a generous donation.
- $1,565,500 in emergency humanitarian aid for current programs
- 1,109,640 meals provided
- $16,500 for stoves and fuel
- 300,000 tablets of life-saving antibiotics
- 15,000 medical test kits
- 16,400 recipients of winter clothing and blankets
- $3,000 for emergency shelters
- 200 hygiene kits
News & Updates
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GARNET VALLEY, Pa., June 25, 2019 -- Cyclist Carson Caldwell is kicking off his cross-country bike ride at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, June 29, 2019, at Jack King Park in Garnet Valley, Pennsylvania, to raise awareness about the humanitarian crisis in Yemen. The bike ride...
Baitulmaal, a Dallas-based international humanitarian aid organization, is providing $1.6 million of aid to the support Bandiiradley Hospital, which serves about 50,000 people in 35 settlements in Somalia. Baitulmaal is also providing additional monthly funding to...
As we observe Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we remind ourselves of the significant contributions he made to peaceful resistance against racial injustice. His philosophy, words and actions continue to inspire civil rights movements today. In his December 11, 1964,...
The New York Times is calling the situation in Yemen “the world’s worst humanitarian crisis” and lists Baitulmaal among highly rated charities providing aid in Yemen. The United Nation’s 2018 Humanitarian Needs Overview estimates that 17.8 million Yemenis don’t know...