We save lives and alleviate the suffering of people affected by war and armed conflict.


ReliefAid saves the lives of people affected by armed conflict and natural disasters through independent and impartial humanitarian action.

We deliver emergency aid to people affected by conflicts around the world. In the countries where we work, we have a team on the ground who deliver humanitarian aid directly to those in need; we know our aid cannot wait.

We currently operate in Gaza, Ukraine, Syria, and Afghanistan delivering life-saving supplies of medicines, food, and shelter and providing educational materials and programmes to children displaced by war.

In addition to direct humanitarian action, we speak out on behalf of the men, women and children whose voices are so often silenced by these conflicts.

ReliefAid needs your help, we cannot do this alone.

Donate today to help us meet the immediate and urgent needs of families who have been left with nothing but fear and uncertainty.

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ReliefAid helps families who are caught in the crossfire of war and have no one else to turn to.

We work directly on the ground where others are unable or unwilling to go in conflict-affected countries, providing life-saving aid.

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Thank you for your continued support!  29 April 2024

Thanks to your support, we have provided vital aid to over 1/2 million people! This past year has been busy - in October 2023 we extended our operations to assist vulnerable families in Gaza, alongside continuing our ongoing work in Ukraine, Syria, and Afghanistan. Here is an overview of our current programmes:

In Gaza, we are undertaking daily distributions of drinking water and food supplies to families under fire. In Ukraine, we are delivering emergency repair materials to families whose homes have been damaged by missiles and essential medical supplies to medical centres.

In Syria, we have recently completed a distribution of essential winter clothing and shelter materials to families in 13 displacement camps. We are currently assembling and delivering ‘Fire for Life’ cooking stoves and our ‘Bounce Back 4 Syria’ education programme has commenced for the year.

In Afghanistan, our ‘Wings to Learn’ education programme continues, accompanied by the distribution of educational resources to children.

Your support is the cornerstone of our operations, enabling ReliefAid to make a tangible impact to those families facing unprecedent challenges. In 2024, there are more displaced people than ever before and in a world which is becoming more complex and perilous by the day, your contributions have been vital in bringing hope to those in need.

Thank you for being an indispensable part of our work, please spread to word to help us continue to reach families on the frontline!

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We appreciate your support! Your donation is making a real difference. Thank you for believing in our mission and standing with us in our efforts to create positive change. Together, we are making a difference.

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