You don’t have to specify where your donation should go. By giving to ‘where most needed,’ it will reach someone most in need, as the thing they need most.
Prophet Muhammad (saw) said, “To judge justly between two people is a charity. To help a man with his mount, lifting him onto it or hoisting up his belongings onto it, is a charity. And the good word is a charity and removing a harmful object from the road is a charity.” (Bukhari)
Making your donation to our ‘where most needed’ fund allows us to do our life-saving work, with the freedom to spend on whatever is most needed at the time. When caring for patients, our hospital staff need quick access, without delays or restrictions, to vital equipment, medication and other needful items. Donating to ‘where most needed’ enables this.Donate to where most needed
How ‘where most needed’ Helps
When Saba was undergoing treatment at Shaukat Khanum Hospital, her recovery depended on so many factors, appliances, and medical equipment. It depended on the electricity our surgical lights used, during her operation. It depended on the food she ate while she was recovering at our paediatric ward. It even depended on the toy blocks our play therapist used to calm her, when the pain made Saba cry.
Prophet Muhammad (saw) said, ‘Whoever fulfilled the needs of his brother, Allah will fulfil his needs’ (Bukhari)
Support comes in all shapes and sizes. That’s why our ‘where most needed’ fund is popular with IKCA donors. They understand that sponsoring the treatment of a child patient, like Saba, can save her life. But so can the canula we put into her arm, and the intravenous drip that will help us administer her chemotherapy.
The little you can spare towards our ‘where most needed’ fund, will be just as effective in saving lives, as supporting a bigger cause.Donate to where most needed Read Saba’s Story