10x =

One donation,

Multiple projects

Big impact!

What is 10x ?


​What is 10x ?

10x is a new initiative from Ethar Relief to optimise your contribution and get maximum benefit from a single donation.

How does 10x work ?

How does 10x work ?

Typical Example:

You donate £100. We split it equally across 10 projects.

You have now given £10 to 10 different projects.

We take your single donation and split it across 10 life changing projects. This enables you to make a difference across several regions and have a positive impact across multiple causes. The benefit is huge, enabling us to put your donation to work in more than one place.

What are the 10x projects ?

​The 10x Projects

Orphan Fund

​Orphans are the most vulnerable members of the refugee camp. Without someone to care for them, these children are exposed to terrible dangers. In addition to regular sponsorship, Ethar uses your funds to pay for specific resources that children need in their daily lives.

Education Fund

Education is the gateway to progression out of poverty and into a life outside the refugee camp. Ethar uses your funds to support a huge network of primary, secondary and supplementary schools in refugee camps and surrounding villages.

Water & WaSH

Water is essential to life, for both drinking and hygiene. Your funds pay for maintenance of clean water supplies, construction of wells in remote areas, and sanitation facilities in schools and communities.

Qur'an Centres

Quran Centres are the heart and soul of many refugee communities, who cherish them and value their spiritual contribution to society at large. Ethar has committed to support several existing centres and deliver best practice, resources and facilities for the children and young people attending.

Women Development

Women are frequently marginalised within the refugee camp environment, and can face disadvantages especially when they are the only adult in a household. Ethar has committed to providing education, vocational training and small business grants to boost opportunities for women and increase their stability.

Supporting The Disabled

Disabled refugees have specific needs which are not always served by regular aid activities. Ethar supports disabled refugees of all ages with specialist equipment and home modifications, food packs, sanitation, and access to medical care and education. 

Disabled refugees have specific needs which are not always served by regular aid activities. Ethar supports disabled refugees of all ages with specialist equipment and home modifications, food packs, sanitation, and access to medical care and education. 

School Construction

Many existing schools in refugee camps and surrounding areas lack capacity or are currently closed due to disrepair. Additionally, thousands of children do not have access to any schooling. Ethar has identified several sites in desperate need of repair, and more locations where new school facilities can be constructed, bringing educational opportunities to a new generation of children. 

Emergency Fund

In the volatile regions where we work, people are regularly affected by devastating emergencies. Climate disasters such as floods and droughts, famine, disease outbreak, and conflict cause suffering, loss of life and displacement. Ethar faces these challenges quickly and efficiently, leading on responses and collaborating with other organisations to save lives and keep families healthy, fed and safe

Mosque Fund

Mosques are an important community space, and represent more than just a place of worship. The mosque in a refugee camp can represent a sense of belonging and dignity, in addition to being an invaluable hub for announcements, services and awareness campaigns.

From Saviours To Refugees

Did you know that more than a thousand years ago, the ancestors of the modern day refugees of East Africa ruled over a great and prosperous empire? The rulers were known for their kindness, and they hosted and protected refugees from as far afield as Arabia. They were saviours for many desperate and displaced people. Now, in their moment of need, let us remember them and their great legacy.


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