Urgent Appeals

We must, with the help of Allah, raise $10,000.00 within the next 24 hours to prevent the evictions of desperately needy families (Read Cases Below). Donate here To contribute to our Urgent Appeals Fund
  • Amount $8,055.00
  • Target $10,000.00
  • Backer 57

 


 

  1. Client is a married mother of two children. Although client’s spouse is employed, he has been unable to work due to an illness, and the family has consequently fallen behind on rent. Client asks for one-time assistance until her spouse returns to work and is able to cover the family’s expenses again.

Amount requested: $150.00

  1. Client is a separated mother of three young children. Client currently lives with her children and younger sister, all of who are refugees. Neither client nor her family is able to apply for employment, as the family’s documentation has not yet been processed. Client asks for assistance only while she awaits the finalization of her documents so she may legally secure a job and provide for her family.

 

Amount requested: $1,000.00 

  1. Client is a separated mother of four children. Client is running short on rent this month, as her family’s expenses, including hospital bills, exceeded her monthly income. Client seeks one-time assistance to help cover her rental payment, and she expects to be able to do so independently in the future.

 

Amount requested: $207.00

  1. Client is a widowed woman who is unemployed but persistent in her job search. Client receives some governmental assistance, but it has not been enough to cover her expenses since her husband’s death. Client now asks for one-time assistance to help her cover the amount she’s short on while she secures a job.

 

Amount requested: $500.00 

 

  1. Client is a married father of four children, and his family only recently moved to the United States. Client and his spouse are currently unemployed but are searching for jobs. In the meantime client asks for one-time assistance, as he is short on rent.

 

Amount requested: $500.00 

 

  1. Client is a married man, and he and his spouse are new to the United States. Client and his spouse are actively searching for jobs to become self-sufficient, but they are currently short on their rental payment. Client asks for one-time assistance while he secures a job.

 

Amount requested: $500.00 

 

  1. Client is the married mother of a young child. Client recently secured her work permit and is now actively searching for a job. Client asks for help because her spouse was recently terminated from work, leaving the family behind on rent. Client now requires one-time assistance to help cover the family’s rent while she and her spouse secure jobs.

 

Amount requested: $500.00

 

  1. Client is a widowed man whose mother lives with him. Client is actively working on securing a job. Client was able to find a new appropriate place of residence but is now short on the first payment and security deposit. Client asks for one time assistance to bridge this amount.

 

Amount requested: $700.00 

 

  1. Client is married with two young children. Client currently holds two jobs in order to cover her family’s expenses. This mission has become exceptionally challenging to client’s spouse started having health issues that prevented him from working. Client now asks for one-time rental assistance to help cover the amount the family is short on while client’s spouse continues his recovery and returns to work.

 

Amount requested: $ 800.00

 

  1. Client is a single father of four children, and the family recently immigrated to the United States. Client has now exhausted his savings from home and is unable to cover his rental payment. Client asks for one-time assistance to cover the amount he is short on, as he is currently actively searching for a job and expects to soon secure a job and become financially independent.

 

Amount requested: $500.00 

 

  1. Client is a married man, and both he and his spouse are students. Client has applied for governmental assistance, but it has not yet been processed. Client asks for one-time assistance to help cover the rental payment he fell behind on while he and his spouse continue their job search and await the processing of their application.

 

Amount requested: $700.00 

 

  1. Client is a single woman who is a new refugee to the United States. Client’s work authorization is still under processing, so she is unable to generate her own income. Client is currently enrolled in an English class that will help her secure her work authorization and will be helpful for her job search. Client only asks for one-time assistance to help cover her rent and registration fee.

 

Amount requested: $700.00 

 

  1.  Client is a married mother of one young child. Client and her spouse are unemployed, as client is pregnant and due soon while her spouse is a fulltime student. Client receives a small stipend to cover his family’s expenses as part of his scholarship. However, client and her family have fallen behind on their rent due to the expenses of her pregnancy. Client asks for one-time assistance to help cover their monthly rent and hospital bills.

 

Amount requested: $500.00

  1. Single mother with health challenges needs assistance paying for Rent. Rental assistance in the amount of $600.00 is requested.

Our initial caseload actually encompassed many more individuals, most of whom we were able to direct to external sources for financial assistance. The cases you see below are only the select few who had already exhausted their funds and county’s assistance as sources of help, and they were left with no choice but to seek our aid. We hope that you will find it in your hearts to give from what you have been blessed with, and bear in mind that Allah will reward you with a greater good, inshaAllah.

May Allah Subhanahu wa ta’ala bless all of you who will be able to lighten the burden of these families!

Jazakum Allah Khair.

Dar Al-Hijrah Social Services Department