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October 14th, 2022

Path of Jannah October

100% Complete
Amount Raised £227.00 of £150.00
Ending on 9th Dec 2022
October 14th, 2022

Path of Jannah Orphan Care Oct

100% Complete
Amount Raised £49.00 of £20.00
Ending on 9th Dec 2022
November 8th, 2022

Food For Refugees in Turkey

97% Complete
Amount Raised £9,695.00 of £10,000.00
Ending on 10th Dec 2022
December 5th, 2022

Dana’s 5K walk for Syria

80% Complete
Amount Raised £320.00 of £400.00
Ending on 10th Dec 2022
November 28th, 2022

Hana's 5K Walk for Syria

100% Complete
Amount Raised £250.00 of £200.00
Ending on 10th Dec 2022
December 4th, 2022

Peace 5K for Syria

100% Complete
Amount Raised £63.00 of £50.00
Ending on 10th Dec 2022
November 5th, 2022

Snowdon Trek for Charity!

100% Complete
Amount Raised £210.00 of £120.00
Ending on 10th Dec 2022
December 1st, 2022

Our 5k for Syria

100% Complete
Amount Raised £146.80 of £100.00
Ending on 10th Dec 2022
October 26th, 2022

Snowdon Trek for Safe Water!

100% Complete
Amount Raised £400.00 of £400.00
Ending on 10th Dec 2022
November 8th, 2022

Urgent care for needy syrians

100% Complete
Amount Raised £2,320.00 of £2,200.00
Ending on 10th Dec 2022
October 3rd, 2022

ROHINGYA APPEAL

100% Complete
Amount Raised £4,267.00 of £2,000.00
Ending on 11th Dec 2022
November 7th, 2022

Aid for Syrian Refugees

67% Complete
Amount Raised £4,955.58 of £7,500.00
Ending on 12th Dec 2022

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