Mohammed Yaqub and several colleagues at Solihull have been working hard to raise funds for those affected by the recent floods in Pakistan – they have already collected close to £50,000.
These vital funds will help provide food, blankets, clothes, emergency aid and shelter to over 30 million people impacted by the disaster.
This fundraising forms part of Mohammed’s wider volunteer work for One Nation, a UK-based relief and development charity that has continued supporting local and international relief projects to help improve lives. So far, he’s helped 41 countries during the last four years of volunteering. Despite suffering from long Covid, Mohammed has remained a huge part of One Nation’s disaster relief fundraising, taking part in activities such as sponsored silences where he raised £2,200 for Syrian orphans.
With a third of Pakistan still underwater, your donations remain crucial to the lives of those affected and to rebuilding communities. To donate, please click here: Brother Yaqub's Pakistan Floods Emergency Appeal (givebrite.com)