Gaza remains in the grip of a humanitarian crisis


Thousands of adults and children lack the basic necessities needed to survive


The daily struggle for survival has become a continuous nightmare


Over 100,000 people have been left homeless from the conflict that's overtaken their lives.

Food and medicine supplies are blocked from entering due to strict militant border control and daily invasions are common.

Scores of schools have been wiped out. 

Over 1,500 innocent children have been orphaned. 

Life-saving hospitals, primary health facilities and untold amounts of valuable ambulances have been destroyed, leaving people without necessary medical aid. 

Infrastructure has been severely damaged, cutting off vital water supplies.

Some 17 hospitals, 56 primary health facilities and 45 ambulances were destroyed or damaged, leaving people without access to medical care and support.


You can provide a new medical room for £10,000. It will be fully equipped with high quality equipment including a bed, units, IV stand and monitor.

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Penny Appeal teams are on the ground providing the life-saving aid that's desperately needed for survival


With your support, we can help to rebuild Gaza and countless shattered lives