Every Second Counts


Support Islamic Relief's LIVE TV Pledge Lines on Sunday 18th June 2017 at 10 am!

AND on Wednesday 21st June 2017 at 10pm.

Join us on DSTV 347 where Islamic Relief will provide live updates on our East Africa famine response.

We will also discuss our partnership and development projects across the Southern African region.


From Syria to Yemen, Somalia to South Sudan, time is against millions that are struggling to survive.

The number of people at risk of starvation across East Africa is more than 19 million and the ongoing wars in Syria and Yemen is causing misery for millions of people, many of whom have fled their homes, in search of safety.

For a malnourished child crying out for food or a baby born into a warzone, every second counts.

You can ensure that the blessings of the month of Ramadan are taken with a donation to support those that are most in need and make your Ramadan count.

Support the people of East Africa, Syria or Yemen, or alternatively, you can provide a food pack in multiple countries.

Additionally, you can fulfil your Zakat obligation with Islamic Relief and make a difference between life and death for the millions of people for whom Every Second Counts.


We are an independently registered NGO affiliated to Islamic Relief Worldwide (IRW), the world’s largest, independent Muslim humanitarian organisation.

Islamic Relief’s mission is to help the poor and those in need regardless of race, colour, political affiliation, gender or belief to live sustainable, self-reliant lives within safe and caring communities.

The first Islamic Relief South Africa office was established in Johannesburg in 2003.

 Cape Town - Head Office

396 Imam Haron Road, Lansdowne, Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
T: 0800 111 898 (toll free)
T: 021 696 0145


1st Floor, 57 Mint Road, Fordsburg, Gauteng, South Africa
T: 011 836 1054
T: 0800 111 898 (toll free)

3rd Floor Legend House, 534 Peter Mokaba Ridge, Overport, KZN, South Africa
Tel: 031 208 2838
T: 0800 111 898 (toll free)

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