A Little Help for our Friends

At some point in life we can all use a little help from our friends, and right how our fellow Community in Libya and Morocco could really use an extra hand. To help, we’ve gathered a list of a few resources were you can assist with providing vital resources.


Islamic Relief Worldwide

Islamic Relief Worldwide has launched an appeal seeking financial support to help Libyans impacted by the floods. They are working with local partners on the ground to provide food, blankets, mattresses, and other aid to families.  You can find out more about how to donate here. 

Libya in the UK

Libya in the UK is a charity run by Libyan young people living in Britain. The organization is collaborating directly with the Libyan Red Crescent, which is operating in the country. You can donate via their gofundme page here or learn more about the organization here.

CARE International

CARE is an international organization that provides humanitarian relief during crises. They have been operating in Libya since 2021. You can learn more about their donation options here.

International Medical Corps

The international medical corps has an in-country team in Libya that is providing shelter, mobile health systems, water, sanitation, and hygiene resources to those affected by the flooding. They are working in partnership with Libya’s Ministry of Health and local organizations to conduct assessments to determine if further assistance is needed from the International Medical Corps’ Emergency Response Unit. You can donate here.

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

The international Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent societies has been operating in Tripoli, Misrata, and Benghazi in the aftermath of the Libyan civil war, assisting with rehabilitation and economic support. Learn more about how to help here

UNICEF Libya is distributing urgently needed supplies

UNICEF Libya is responding to the needs of people caught in harm’s way, rushing in emergency aid, including 1,100 hygiene kits and vital medical supplies for 10,000 people and essential clothing kits for 500 children. Learn more about how to help here 


The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

The IFRC sent staff on the ground shortly after the earthquake to help provide first aid, assist with search and rescue, and help local authorities assess the need for aid. They are supporting the Moroccan Red Crescent and are ready to deploy emergency response teams if necessary. Donations are being accepted here.

Islamic Relief USA 

Islamic Relief USA is a nonprofit organization working with local organizations to assist with food, shelter, and healthcare. Find out more about their work, here.

Global Giving 

Global Giving has launched a fund to support relief and recovery efforts and assist with the most immediate needs of survivors. They are using donations to provide shelter and temporary housing, mental health support and support long-term recovery in the country. They are accepting donations here.


The United Nations Children’s Fund is providing emergency support for families that were impacted by the earthquake and is in communication with authorities. You can make a financial contribution here.


CARE, which stands for the Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere, has a base in Morocco near the epicenter of the earthquake, focuses on working with women, girls and other disadvantaged groups to provide aid. “Many already struggled in Morocco prior to the earthquake. Now, hundreds of thousands have lost everything in a matter of seconds,” said Deepmala Mahla, CARE’s Vice President of Humanitarian Affairs. Consider donating here.

Doctors Without Borders 

In collaboration with local authorities, Doctors Without Borders is planning on sending emergency medical and humanitarian teams to Morocco to provide support, despite not having “an established presence” in the country. The organization is committed to providing supplies and helping restore health services. You can support their work here.

Know of any additional resources we should add to the list? Ping us at [email protected]. Our inbox is always open 💌

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