Here's what you can do to help Palestine from Saudi Arabia

You can donate at the links below…

If you’re in Saudi Arabia and wondering how you can help those affected by the ongoing tragedies in Gaza, there are multiple online platforms where you can donate to provide humanitarian relief to Palestinian families and children.

The Kingdom also announced on Monday that it would be donating USD2 million to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA).

At the moment, the platforms are online and you can help by donating monetary goods to organisations on the ground that are providing urgent funding for food and other crucial items to the survivors.

Here’s where you can donate to help Palestine from Saudi Arabia.



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Launched by King Salman Humanitarian Aid & Relief Centre, Sahem is currently providing aid in 86 countries across the world since May 2015. For the Palestinian cause, the platform will be providing medical supplies, food and more to the victims.


Palestine Children’s Relief Fund

In light of recent events, the Palestine Children’s Relief Fund will mobilise all its resources on the ground to ensure all children in Palestine have access to quality medical care and specialized health services for all children. With over 3o years in the region, PCRF is the primary humanitarian organisation in Palestine, delivering crucial and life-saving medical relief.



More than 2 million people, including 1.7 million Palestinians have been displaced from their homes, and are sheltering inside UNRWA schools, but these establishments urgently need food and water. The organisation is using funding for both food and non-food items for Palestinians in need.




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Originally called the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund, now officially the United Nations Children’s Fund, is an organisation that the United Nations is responsible for. According to the platform, hundreds of thousands of children are affected by the Gazan issue and need humanitarian assistance and protection. You can either opt to give a one-time donation or have a set amount donated every month. Currently, the organisation has provided water treatment reagents to sustain the UNICEF-supported desalination plant providing water for 75,000 persons.


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