On Friday 28th September 2018 a tsunami, triggered by a 7.5 earthquake, hit Sulawesi in Indonesia.
More than 1,400 people are confirmed dead and 200,000 survivors are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance. Families have lost everything. Thousands of homes have been destroyed.
Islamic Relief has been working in Indonesia since 2000 providing critical aid to communities in need. Following the tsunami, we’ve been focusing on providing emergency lifesaving aid which can include food, water and shelter.
In September, our colleague and beloved brother Owess Munir returned to his Lord. He was a true humanitarian who devoted his life to serving those in need.
As a tribute to the way he lived his life, we have made an intention to do something that will not only continue his legacy but also benefit Owess. The money raised from this challenge will go towards a long-term sustainable water project as a Sadaqah Jariyah (ceaseless charity).
10th November 2018
Scafell Pike, UK
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