This crowdfunding campaign is being run by Pakistani International Students on the Crescent Relief 's platform. The case is verified by Crescent Relief. We have reviewed her hospital documents and the funds will be directly deposited to the hospital bank account. Help Her Whatever You Can! We received a help request from an international student (in Sydney) to support her urgent life-threatening surgery. Her student health insurance is not covering as she [...]
Story Of A Suicidal Mother "My father committed suicide because of unemployment and family disputes. Now my mother is also suicidal - she blames herself for the death of my father" Those were the words of the 6th-grade student Nazia Ali - a Crescent Relief sponsored orphan - which shocked our team. Nazia further told the team that her mother has totally withdrawn from the family and neighbours and spends most of her time crying in solitude. Crescent [...]
Australian Islamic Library, in partnership with Crescent Relief, invites you to join its 25,000 meals project through which we are aiming to distribute food for at least 25,000 meals during the blessed month of Ramadan. 25,000 Meals Project Reason: The current crisis due to COVID19 has left hundreds and thousands of people with little or no work at all. The situation is even more alarming in the developing countries in Asia, Africa [...]
Providing Support to Aussie Families Affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic The closure of many non-essential businesses in Australia has led to an estimated one million people losing their jobs overnight. Two million more jobs will be lost in a week time. "I have a request. I am the father of 3 kids, ages 5, 7 and 9. I drove for Uber in these tough and risky conditions, but right now, there is no work out there for [...]
The closure of many non-essential businesses in Australia has led to an estimated one million people losing their jobs overnight. Two million more jobs will be lost in a week time. Crescent Relief has launched the International Students Financial Assistance Project to help those students who need assistance in this situation.
Emergency Donation Appeal The number of Coronavirus cases is increasing drastically day by day. People are living in a state of fear and uncertainty. Many businesses have decided to close their doors until the threat is over. People have stopped travelling so the tourist attractions have turned into ghost towns. The immediate victims of the current business and tourism situation are those working on daily wages; their only source of income being the labour-intensive work, associated with [...]
It is the time to come together as one community and support those who are impacted by this heinous attack through messages of goodwill, duas and financial support.
Emergency Donation Appeal The Tharparkar district has once again been facing a drought like situation. The severe lack of food, water, and medical facilities has been taking people’s lives. The children and women are the most vulnerable. Poverty, Malnourishment or medical problems associated with it will increase the number of death in the coming days. Preemptive measures must be taken to mitigate losses. The people in Tharparkar are fighting for their lives and we must act now to [...]
Iram Maqbool is an extraordinary student. She scored a whopping 1076 out of 1100 marks in Matric exams. This is not something you see every day. With the topmost score, Iram deserves to be placed in the topmost educational institute. This gem is forced to attend the ordinary local college because her parent cannot afford to pay fees and transport expenses for an otherwise good educational institute. With a little help, Irum could be a doctor, [...]
Faisal Mahmood is a brilliant student. He scored 875 in his F. Sc exam. Faisal’s father passed away and his younger sister has been sponsored by one of our generous sponsors. Faisal had always wanted to become an IT professional. His dreams came true and he received admission offer for BS IT from UMT Lahore. Despite poverty and lack of funds, Faisal accepted the offer and somehow paid for the first semester. He couldn’t pay [...]