Call for donations – Floods in Pakistan

Flood Relief Efforts in Pakistan 2010

Pakistan has been hit by massive flood and some sources say it’s the worst flood in last 80 years. Natural disaster cannot go worse than that. According to UNICEF, there are around three million people who need immediate help out of which around 1.5 million are children. There are several flood relief efforts going on and no government and no single organization can run such a huge relief effort. All of us have to stand up and help in the relief efforts.

This post is to request you to donate more and more money to the cause. You can do that buy donating to UNICEF’s Pakistan Flood Children relief fund. In addition to Unicef, following is a detailed list of organizations that are raising funds and actively participating in flood relief efforts around the world. If you know of more organizations that have not been mentioned here, please leave contact details in comments.

Following list has been taken from


Helping Hands

Islamic Relief

Muslim Hands:

Muslime Aid:



Islamic Relief USA

UM Healthcare Trust:


Islamic Relief


Muslim Hands:

Islamic Relief UK– Pakistan Flood Emergency:

Muslime Aid:


Edhi Foundation:

Al-Khidmat Foundation:

UM Healthcare Trust:

Pakistan Red Crescent Society:

(Aamer Abdullah) Allied Bank limited, university town branch, Peshawar

The following are account details.

Account number: 1353-8, Account title: Akhuwat e Sarhad

Bank: Allied Bank limited, university town branch, Peshawar, Branch code: 0321.

The above details are for those inside Pakistan. For those donating from outside, we advise to pool the donations with one single person and then transfer in bulk. This will reduce transfer charges.


Red Cross Germany – Pakistan Flood EmergencyClick here

Aktion Deutschland Hilft – [SMS/Call] Option as well

Flut & Überschwemmung in Pakistan Jetzt spenden:

Aktion Deutschland Hilft Spendenkonto: 10 20 30 BLZ 370 205 00, Sozialbank Köln Stichwort:

Flut Pakistan Mit einer SMS helfen:Stichwort Pakistan an die 8 11 90 senden (5 € zzgl. üblicher SMS-Gebühr, 4,83 € gehen direkt an Aktion Deutschland Hilft)

Islamic Relief Germany

There is no official call yet but we will update once it is there.

United Arab Emirites (UAE)

“Pakistan Association Dubai” – Contact on following local telephone numbers:

Anas: 04-3373632, 3377678; Inayat Rahman: 050-6317131; Ayub Afridi: 050-4545106; Khayal Zaman Aurakzai: 050-6287655; Ghazi Marjan Aurakzai: 050-6469910; Asam-u-Din Aurakzai: 050-7144992.


Islamic Relief NL

There is no official call yet but we will update once it is there.


Islamic Relief Switzerland

There is no official call yet but we will update once it is there.

4 thoughts on “Call for donations – Floods in Pakistan

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  2. Rural Community Council (RCC)

    RCC is community based organization. we are working from 2003 to onward. For flood victims we distributed food items and tents by contributing ourselves. we are looking for funds for RCC more contribution for flood vitims on EId. Our three offices are working in Mansehra, Shangla and Sawat. Donors can contact through mail or through contact no of Executive Director. +92 344-920 67 78.

    Waiting for your prompt response.

  3. khalid khan

    Sir, i am working for the uplift of the neglecting communities in district shangla under the umbrella of RCC.shangla district is badly affected by floods. i appreciate RCC efforts and call for donations form the donors and other notables.presently RCC contributing themselves for the victims. i appeal to all of our friends and donors to contribute with RCC for this great cause of Humanity.


    Asif Mahmood Jah:
    Me and my team is grateful to Al-mighty Allah who helped us in providing shelter to the shelter less flood affectees with the help of friends / donors / well wishers / philanthropists in Pakistan and Abroad. The project was started immediately after Eid-ul Fitr and we promised to provide shelter before Eid-ul-Azha. You will be glad to know that 200 houses under this project are near completion and most of the flood affectees under “Apna Ghar Project” will celebrate this EID in their newly built houses.


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