$10

can provide a hot meal to the unhoused

$30

can provide hygiene kits and PPE

$60

can provide a winter warmth kit to the unhoused

$50

can provide warm clothing to a child in need

$250

can provide a winter survival kit to a family

Share your warmth.

Without proper protection this winter and in the face of Covid-19, those in vulnerable conditions face serious threats to their survival.

This winter, Islamic Relief Canada works to provide warmth and dignity to those in need, both in Canada and around the world. Regardless of gender, race or religion, we are here to serve those in need with dignity, by providing warm clothing, hot meals and basic necessities.

With one donation, share your warmth and help save a life.

In Canada

As the temperatures continue to plunge dangerously, our efforts will be focused this year in 23 cities and regions across Canada – including Abbotsford, Calgary, Durham, Edmonton, GTA, Halifax, Hamilton, Lethbridge, London, Montreal, Niagara, Ottawa, Peel, Peterborough, Quebec City, Regina, Sarnia, Saskatoon, Surrey, Vancouver, Windsor, Winnipeg, and Yellowknife.

Winter survival kits are being distributed to the unhoused, those without proper protection or shelter, and families in need. They include warm clothing, living essentials and hygiene supplies to protect against Covid-19.

Our teams will also be providing hot meals to the homeless through soup kitchens across the countries.

This video was filmed before the global pandemic. This year, we will be adhering to strict social distancing guidelines and Covid protocols.

Around the World

Internationally, Islamic Relief Canada is working this year to provide warmth and dignity in countries like Afghanistan, Bangladesh (Cox’s Bazar), Bosnia, Chechnya, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria.

These efforts serve orphans, single mothers, refugees and poor families. Our life-saving kits carry protection items including warm blankets and bedding, insulation materials, warm clothing, fuel and/or stoves.

With just one donation, you can help them survive this winter.