Sa’d ibn ‘Ubadah reported: I said, “O Messenger of Allah, my mother has died. Shall I give charity on her behalf?” The Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Yes.” I said, “Which charity is best?” The Prophet said, “A drink of water.”

ARF Sustainable Water Solutions

ARF builds wells and drills boreholes providing groundwater for people and their animals. Groundwater solutions also improve a community’s health and well-being. With clean water readily available, people don’t have to risk consuming surface water which can often be contaminated, causing diarrheal diseases. Before building, we conduct field research with the local community to better understand prevailing conditions and the means and needs of those living there. In this way, we ensure that the water aid we provide is suitable and beneficial in the long term.

Give Water Aid

Water Aid as Sadaqah Jariyah

ARF’s Water Programme has improved the lives of thousands across the Horn of Africa, but the escalating impacts of climate change and drought conditions mean more and more natural water resources are drying. To help affected people, we’re working to increase our efforts.

Water Well Charity – Sadaqah Jariyah

Building a well is a ceaseless charity – Sadaqah Jariyah. This means your one-time donation will ensure hundreds of people will have life-giving water for years and years to come. You can give Sadaqah Jariyah to build a well for yourself or on behalf of a deceased loved one. Donate by yourself or pitch in; the rewards are countless for you.

Water Pump Charity – Sadaqah Jariyah

You can now give Sadaqah Jariyah by helping build a water pump in the drought-affected areas of African communities. Our team installs water pumps using boreholes to clean water from deep below the ground. This way, the people in areas with less or no clean water can easily access it. You can make that happen with your donation.

"When a man dies, his good deeds come to an end except for three things: Sadaqah Jariyah [ceaseless charity]; a knowledge which [he has passed on and] is beneficial; or a virtuous descendant who prays for him." (Muslim, 1383)

Thank you from Falayryaale Village (Somalia)

ARF’s water well system in Falayryaale has benefited six thousand families from the village and surrounding areas and their livestock. Falayryaale’s water well is not only eco-friendly, but it’s also sustainable too. Yaasiin Geesy Mohamed used to have to walk his camels for many miles to the old water source so they could drink and he could collect water for his family’s needs. The water they used was neither clean nor sufficient, and he would be exhausted on his return. The well and water kiosk make it so much easier for him now.

Build a Water Well

You can Help Uplift Communities in Somalia

With ARF, you can help build a solar-powered water well system which can benefit a whole village for just £500, or £20 monthly to contribute to one village’s groundswell project.

Give Water Aid
Join Us on Our Journey to Make a Difference in the World

African Relief Fund is looking for ways to expand its ways to gather donations for aid projects in African communities. But we need your Help. Together, we can make a real difference in the lives of unprivileged people in Africa and give them the chance they deserve.

Donate Now and Make a World a Better Place!

Your donation will reach people who are in dire need of it through our several emergency aid projects.

Select Animals
Camel (Full)
Price £700
Camel (Hissa)
Price £100
Cow (Full)
Price £315
Cow (Hissa)
Price £45
Price £70
Price £70
Select Type
Sadaqah Qurbani
Select Amount
Secure Donation
Your Total donation would be for upcoming friday.
Food Packs Orphan Sponsorship Hafiz Sponsorship Build A Masjid Water Project
Select Type
Sadaqah Zakat General
Personal Information
Mr Mrs Miss Ms Dr Prof

All payments are secured.

Payment Options
Select Your Payment Type
Total: 56

All payments are secured.

Payment Options
Total: 56
Thank you!
Charitable donation confirmed

Your act of generosity is a beacon of hope, making a lasting impact on those in need.

Back to site