Emergency Disaster Relief

Established with the vision of providing aid, support, and relief to those in need, the foundation’s emergency relief projects have proven to be essential in times of crisis.

Why Do We Do This?

Extreme weather events such as floods and severe storms can have devastating effects on vulnerable populations. Low-income communities and marginalized groups often bear the brunt of these disasters due to limited resources and inadequate infrastructure. Recognizing this disparity, the Ilahi Foundation of Canada has been at the forefront of addressing these challenges and ensuring that assistance reaches those who need it the most.

How Do We Carry This Out?

The foundation’s emergency relief projects are multifaceted and encompass various aspects of disaster response and recovery

Immediate Aid Distribution

When disaster strikes, the Ilahi Foundation rapidly mobilizes its resources to provide essential supplies like food, clean water, blankets, clothing, and medical aid to affected communities. Volunteers work tirelessly to ensure that these basic necessities reach the hands of those in dire need.

Temporary Shelter and Accommodation

Extreme weather events often leave families homeless and without shelter. The foundation sets up temporary accommodation centers to provide a safe and secure space for displaced individuals and families until they can return to their homes or find suitable alternatives.

Medical Assistance

During weather disasters, access to medical facilities may be disrupted, and injuries and illnesses can arise. The foundation dispatches medical teams to the affected areas to provide immediate medical attention and support.