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7 Muslim-Owned Business That Support Syria

Several Muslim-owned businesses are donating portions of their sales to various organizations to help with the crisis in Syria. By using the hashtags #ShopForAleppo and #ShoppingForACause on Instagram, these businesses are showing their support and choosing to make a difference. Make sure to purchase items from their shops and check out details on their page to see what portion of their sales they are donating. This campaign ends Dec. 20, but some shops will continue supporting the cause.


1. Shophilwah

Shophilwah will donate 50 percent of proceeds to SAMS (Syrian American Medical Society Foundation). They have cute clothing for boys and girls with Islamic prints. Shophilwah started this campaign and got several other shops to join.



2. Austere Attire

Austere Attire will donate 50 percent of its profit until Dec. 22. They are an online hijab store with endless variety.



3. DaysofEid

Days of Eid will be donating to SAMS as well. They carry cute Eid and Ramadan decor and will donate 15 percent.



4. Kayello Coffee

Kayello Coffee will donate $5 for every pound you purchase on your behalf until the new year. They are a “philanthropic Ohio-based artisan coffee roaster.”



5. WithASpin 

With A Spin will donate 50 percent of its proceeds to SAMS. They have tons of Islamic gifts and home decor.


6. Azyaan Jewelry

Azyaan Jewelry is donating 25 percent of their sales to SAMS. They carry cute hijab pins and jewelry.



7. Zen Crafts

Zen Crafts will also be donating to SAMS. They make customized mugs, cutting boards and pillows. They will donate 70 percent of the profit.


There are many more helping those in Aleppo, so check out the hashtags #ShopForAleppo and #ShoppingForACause and, for once, shop without guilt.