The UK is now straining under the coronavirus pandemic with hospital admissions around the country increasing sharply. The crisis has been compounded by a desperate shortage of PPE equipment for front-line staff tasked with stemming the crisis.
Ummah Welfare Trust has responded to the calls for help from the nation’s health service, launching a £1 million UK campaign to supply health and care workers with vital PPE.
With Ramadhan around the corner, Ummah Welfare Trust has launched a £10 million appeal so that its pandemic response can go fully global. The charity is delivering:
Your help is now needed more than ever to help the Ummah manage and survive this unprecedented crisis. Donate today!
programme being delivered in the UK
The team at #LinsonCourt would like to thank Adam from #UmmahWelfareTrust who dropped off PPE items this week (gloves, hand sanitizer, masks) on behalf of the charity.
Such gestures are greatly appreciated and every little helps in keeping everyone as safe as possible. pic.twitter.com/uboPUBXiSn
— Silverline Care (@Silverline_Care) April 10, 2020