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This Ramadan, join the Muslim Hands volunteer squad and take on The Bucket Challenge to build boreholes in West and East Africa.

Challenge yourself to raise £150 with your friends and family for a share in the borehole, which will provide water to thousands of people in Gambia, Mali and Sudan that will last for generations to come.

To show our appreciation - 3 volunteers will get the chance to visit one of our projects!
Terms and conditions apply

So what you waiting for? Sign up to the challenge today and the next 30 days could be life-changing!

Register now!

Open to Volunteers Across the UK

Date

01 April 2018

The Gift of Water

Prophet Muhammad (saw) said: "The best form of charity is giving someone water to drink" (Ahmad)


Building Boreholes in East and West Africa

Water is an essential part of life.

Boreholes are deep, narrow holes in the ground constructed for the extraction of water, these boreholes can be as deep as 95 meters.

With waterborne diseases estimated to be 80% more common in countries like Mali - help us to give the gift of water to families in Gambia, Sudan and Mali by building a borehole. Each borehole can provide water to communities which can reach almost 8,000 beneficiaries.
 

Q. Who can take part in this?

A. The challenge is open to anyone, you can take part by yourself or with your friends and family.

Q. What is the target for this challenge?

A. The target for this challenge is £150.

Q. Is there a time limit for this challenge?

A. Yes, the challenge deadline will be 31st July 2018.

Q. How do I submit the amount fundraised?

A. You can drop the funds at one of our offices either in Nottingham or London, or you can bank transfer the amount.

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Questions?

If you have any questions or would like further information please contact us.

We will aim to reply within 2 working days, but it can take a little longer during busy times.

Muslim Hands UK

Now in our 25th year of relieving poverty and suffering worldwide and those affected by natural disasters, conflict and poverty.