Coronavirus Emergency Appeal

The World Health Organisation declared a global pandemic at the beginning of March 2020, with COVID-19 now affecting 185 countries around the world. Coronavirus has claimed the lives of thousands already, your donation could help save lives. Donate now.


COVID-19 Emergency Appeal - Help us protect the most vulnerable. 

In late 2019, the first case of COVID-19 was recorded. Today the spread of this disease is global, the World Health Organisation has declared it a global pandemic. COVID-19 is now affecting 185 counties around the world, 300,000 cases have been confirmed globally, 12,000 have died and many more remain undiagnosed. *

These figures are rising every hour of every day.

While we in the UK struggle to contain this virus, people living in poverty, without adequate hygiene, sanitation or medical care around the world are at seriously increased risk of contracting this deadly virus.

This is a serious health emergency. There is no time to waste. 

We need your help to protect those who are most vulnerable and protect our world. Our emergency response will be concentrated on those living in poverty and the greatest need across Somalia, Sudan, Myanmar, Cambodia, Bosnia, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Lebanon, Syria, Palestine, Jordan and Yemen.

Donate now to keep people alive and stop the spread of COVID-19.

Your support can ensure that those living in poverty and at immediate risk can receive:

£30 Could go to our Emergency Aid fund, to help combat Covid-19 and other disasters

£60 Could provide food packs or cash transfers to families

£120 Could provide hygiene and testing kits to prevent the spread of Covid -19

£150 Could deliver protective equipment and preventative treatments to vulnerable families 

For the sake of the world, we need your help in the fight against COVID-19. Donate now and you can help people at risk and save lives.

Please remember:

To ensure that we can stop the spread of disease, we strongly encourage all our supporters to stay at home and practice social distancing.  Adhering to this advice and your support to our emergency appeal is paramount to protect community, national and international health.

* WHO data, 20th March 2020. For latest figure click here.


Funds raised from this emergency will go towards the global emergency appeal, supporting this emergency as well as many others across the globe.

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