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Singapore mosques to raise funds for Gaza victims

The fund-raising drive for humanitarian relief efforts will focus on the provision of basic essentials like food, water and electricity, as well as medicine and clothing.

SINGAPORE: All 68 mosques in Singapore, in collaboration with the Rahmatan Lil Alamin Foundation, are organising a fund-raising drive for humanitarian relief for the victims of the conflict in Gaza, the foundation said in a statement on Wednesday (July 16).

“We share the concern and the desire of many within the community to help bring some relief to the victims of the crisis in Gaza,” the statement said, adding that humanitarian relief efforts will focus on the provision of basic essentials like food, water and electricity, as well as medicine and clothing.

Those who wish to contribute to the fund can do so in the following ways:

  • At donation boxes placed at all 68 mosques starting this Friday until next Thursday;

  • Cheques made payable to the “RLAF” with the words “Fund raising in aid of victims of humanitarian conflict in Gaza” written on the back, sent to the Muis Building at the Singapore Islamic Hub at No 273, Braddell Road;

  • Via the Muis’ website from July 18, 12am onwards.

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