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As priorities in charity sector shifts, Muslim Aid is the third most loved humanitarian charity in the UK

As priorities in charity sector shifts, Muslim Aid is the third most loved humanitarian charity in the UK

Muslim Aid is proud to announce that according to a poll conducted by Savanta, we are the third most loved humanitarian charity in the UK in 2023.

As we’ve seen trends in the humanitarian sector evolve in the UK, Muslim Aid has retained its spot in the top three most loved humanitarian charities.

Charities that are linked to social justice, cancer care and research and environmental protection now have a deeper space in the hearts of the British public.

Data from BrandVue Charities revealed that 43% of the UK say they have friends or family impacted by cancer, ranking charities that provide relief to those dealing with the illness have become significantly more popular.

Despite the change in trends, Muslim Aid has still retained itself as one of the top three most-loved humanitarian charities, which we remain proud of.

We would also like to congratulate our colleagues at Islamic Relief who have achieved the spot of the most loved humanitarian charity – a position that Muslim Aid held in the report of 2022. We are proud to see the Muslim charity sector thriving in one goal, which is to please Allah by providing relief to His creation.

We would also like to congratulate every other charity that has been featured in the report – your work is highly acknowledged and respected at Muslim Aid.

We are a faith-based British international charity that provides help to people who are victims of natural disasters or conflict or suffering from poverty, hunger, disease, homelessness, injustice, deprivation or lack of skills and economic opportunities.

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