Donate your Zakat - PALS Center

There are an estimated 50,000 amputees inside Syria,
innocent victims of the indiscriminate bombing.
With One Nation’s prosthetic center and your support,
we can offer hope to these patients again.
Donate now

Help the oppressed children walk again

Your Zakat can make a real difference to the people of Idlib.
Zakat is one of the five pillars of Islam

along with prayer, fasting, pilgrimage (Hajj) and belief in Allah ﷻ and His Messenger, Prophet Muhammad ﷺ.

For every sane, adult Muslim

who owns wealth over a certain amount – known as the nisab – he or she must pay 2.5% of that wealth as Zakat.

As Allah ﷻ tells us in the Holy Qur’an:

'And establish prayer and give zakah, and whatever good you put forward for yourselves - you will find it with Allah. Indeed, Allah of what you do, is Seeing.' (2:110)

Most Muslims recognise their duty to give Zakat

but unsure how they can make a real difference to the poor and oppressed.
Your Zakat is packed with potential and this is why we are recommending you to provide a prosthetic limb to the oppressed in Syria.

Our center provides world-class treatment to Syrians who have borne the costs of the prolonged war which has entered its tenth year.

Severely restricted access to medical care causes a significant number of injuries to turn into lifelong disabilities.

One and a half million people in Syria are currently living with permanent impairments, including over 80,000 who have lost limbs due to the war.

One Nation’s Prosthetic Artificial Limbs Clinic in Syria (P.A.L.S) offers hope for a meaningful life for those who have lost limbs, by returning these individuals to a life of ability, independence and productivity.

Sadly, many of the victims are children, with your donations, One Nation is helping many children in the PALS centre every month.

On average, the PALS centre treats around hundreds of patients a month. The prosthetics our centre is providing, are of high-quality that match international standards.

PALS centre is a place of hope
for these oppressed patients

Patients like 5 year old Naseem, who lost her legs during a bombing in her hometown of Aleppo in 2016.

She was only 1 year old when she was injured and lost both her legs when a missile hit her home.

A few years later, our staff found her in a refugee camp and fitted her with two prosthetics.

Creating the perfect fit for prosthetic limbs, is a lengthy process.

It requires numerous appointments to fit, tweak, and test the new limbs over a six-week period.

Training and physiotherapy is difficult at first.

The process is slow and Naseem will need life long support.

But we are here, beside her every step of the way. We need your support so we can continue helping patients like Naseem.

Make a difference today and help change lives

Cost of treatment

Treating each patient costs around £1,000, this includes assessments, fitting and rehabilitation.


This project is zakat-eligible. Just imagine the difference your donation can make.

Change a life

Help individuals to unlock their potential by giving them the ability to walk again, make that difference today.