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Eid Al-Adha is right around the corner and we need your help to provide Udhiya/Qurbani to families in need in Syria, Jordan, Turkey, India, Pakistan, Rohingya, Sierra Leone, and Lebanon.
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⚠️ The Prophet Muhammad ﷺ said, “Myself and the caretaker of an orphan will be in Paradise like this,” and he held his two fingers together. Join him in heaven, Sponsor an Orphan Today
عَنْ النَّبِيِّ صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ قَالَ أَنَا وَكَافِلُ الْيَتِيمِ فِي الْجَنَّةِ هَكَذَا وَقَالَ بِإِصْبَعَيْهِ السَّبَّابَةِ وَالْوُسْطَى
🙌 Eman got her eyesight back with your help❤️
With your help, we can do amazing things.
Mercy Without Limits distribute Hygiene Kits for families in need in Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, and Bangladesh Rohinga camps.
With the holiday season upon us, many cities around the U.S. are booming with jingle bells and sounds of “let it snow, let it snow, let it snow”. The air is crisp with winter freeze or if you are on the west coast, an imagined winter breeze. This time of the year typically brings joy, family, friends, gifts, and good food for many residents of the United States. For many on the other side of the world, wintertime elicits dread and fear.
Specifically, for those people living in poverty or conflict zones, winter brings cold that kills. Every year Mercy Without Limits works quickly in communities we serve to ensure the cold does not kill any children, elderly, or families who simply don’t have the resources to stay warm. For every $30 you spend buying a gift for a family or friend, spend $30 to ensure one family has enough jackets for their kids.
With your generosity and support, last year we shared 750 blankets and 308 jackets to vulnerable families in Jordan. Likewise, inside Syria, Turkey, and Iraq Mercy Without Limits made sure people in communities we serve stayed warm winter 2017.
No parent should have to kiss the cold cheek of their child goodnight one last time because the cold took their son. You can stop the cold from killing their little ones.
What will you spend 30 dollars on?
$30 blankets for family in Iraq $30 jackets for family in Jordan $30 fuel for warm schools in Syria
With the sound of school bells ringing and pounding feet on fresh pavement, children and youth all around the United States are ready to begin the new school year. With backpacks full of school supplies, new clothes to wear, and family & friends supporting their journey, students are ready to reach their full academic potential.
Thousands of miles away, in small villages around Syria, Ghana, Jordan, and Sierra Leone children eagerly wish and ask their caregivers if they can attend the local make-shift schools. For little girls like Mariam, going to school is an expensive dream. Going to school with a backpack, school supplies, and new clothes to wear, is a dream almost impossible to reach.
While her caregivers would love to send her to the local school and send her with supplies to help her learn, but life is difficult for poor refugee families who struggle to make ends meet. With our orphan sponsorship program, Mercy Without Limits sponsors eagerly support young dreamers by helping fund the costs of their education and the supplies they need to have a great school year.
Join Mercy Without Limits as we empower eager children and youth to reach their dream of going to school, having backpacks filled with school supplies, new clothes to wear, and academic potential to reach.
Ride for Orphans (RFO) launches its second phase in San Diego, California. Starting in October 2018, Motorcyclist Imam, Ahmed Elkhaldy, will be continuing his tour throughout the nation — by motorcycle.
RFO is a motorcycle tour that started in 2016 to raise funds and support orphan projects for Mercy Without Limits orphans in Syria, Sierra Leone, Bangladesh, Turkey, Jordan, Lebanon, and Iraq.
Last month, Imam Ahmed rode 3,000 miles from Atlanta to Los Angeles. He visited and interacted with several Southern Californian communities including those in Orange County and San Diego. He was also able to collaborate with motorcycle enthusiasts that have a passion for racing and the drive to create an avenue thru this passion in order to help others.
Within 4 days, 75 orphans were sponsored. All proceeds directly go to Mercy Without Limits orphaned children.
Learn how you can be part of this historic event as we ride across the nation to raise support and awareness for global orphan communities.
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For refugees settling in Jordan, access to public health care is almost non-existent, and without it, it has an immediate impact on their quality of life. Irbid Camp, one out of the 10 Palestinian refugee camps in Jordan has the largest prevalence of people with chronic health problems. This mean 16% of the overall camp population have serious health conditions that need medical treatment. According to the FaFo report of 2013, 44% of Palestine refugees in Irbid camp, Jordan, don’t have health insurance. And with the recent influx of 1.4 million Syrian refugees, escaping the Syrian Civil War, it makes matters more difficult to get access to health care. With periodical checkups, preventable illnesses could be stopped. Some refugee children are slowly going blind due to congenital cataract; a condition that clouds the lens of the eye to the point of blocking ones’ vision and if not corrected early on, leads to permanent blindness.
In collaboration with Mercy Without Limits (MWL), Eye Doctors from Amman, Jordan provided free comprehensive eye exams and corrective eye surgeries to refugees in Irbid camp. Refugees with congenital cataract who don’t have insurance were able to have their eye lens treated to prevent blindness. Over the course of just two days, our team of doctors were able to provide eye care to over 560 patients. The specialized doctors performed 10 eye surgeries and provided medical care to over 300 children. In addition, 250 men and women received finically medical assistance. Not having insurance should not mean someone will become blind. With your continued support, MWL and professional doctors in refugee camps can continue to provide medical check-ups and necessary surgeries to treat eye conditions in children, adults, and elderly.
1 billion children worldwide are living in poverty. These families living in such circumstances have no means to take care of everyday basic needs their children need, let alone take care of holiday wish lists. Many people look forward to the holiday season, especially children.
MWL aims to bring joy to underprivileged children every day, especially on holidays when many children hope for simple joys like new clothes and toys.
Once the month of Ramadan is over, Muslims celebrate Eid. Eid is a joyous occasion for all, especially children. It is spent with family and friends, and children look forward to it because they receive money, gifts, and new clothing to wear for this day. Those less fortunate are not able to get their wish lists fulfilled. Many children have lost their parents and no longer have the financial means to buy new gifts or clothes for the holidays.
These children have lost so much and with the help of donors, MWL was fortunate enough to purchase new Eid clothes for 2407 children. Because of our thoughtful donors, children in Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, Sierra Leone, and Bangladesh could smile and feel happiness and excitement during this joyous time. Let’s work together to make children’s lives full of ease and happiness.
Donate here and continue to gift children gifts for holidays, birthdays, and for other occasions.