Streets and homes were flooded with sewage water with the city’s outdated drainage and waste systems overwhelmed by another monsoon season. Hundreds of people were evacuated from flooded neighborhoods with some families wading through waist-high water. Every year, many cities in Pakistan struggle to cope with the annual monsoon deluge, drawing criticism about poor planning. The monsoon season runs from July through September, with swelling rivers damaging crops and infrastructure. Flooding has damaged bridges and highways, cutting off Gawadar, a port city on the Arabian Sea.

Our emergency team has been able to respond immediately by delivering water and food to families that have been affected by the monsoon rains.


We are on the ground in Pakistan

Penny Appeal is on the ground responding to the victims of the flood. Help save a life.

$50 for a food pack,
$70 for clean water,
$120 for food and water,


Our Global Emergency Fund

Each year, we respond to dozens of new and ongoing disasters, emergencies, and conflicts around the world. We provide humanitarian assistance to thousands of people to ensure they receive food, clean water, healthcare and shelter when they need it most.

The Global Emergency Response Fund functions as a streamlined and efficient mechanism to help Penny Appeal Canada respond to emergencies around the world.