Islamic Relief (IR) is responding to the severe flooding that has inundated parts of western England.
IR aid workers have teamed up with Muslims in Gloucester to distribute 5,000 litres of bottled water among vulnerable people in the county.
Aid workers distributed the water to residents of a care home, 500 nurses and patients in a hospital, and to stranded people a community centre in Tredworth.
The distribution was coordinated by Sonia Louise, Councillor for Barton and Tredworth.
UK Manager of Islamic Relief Jehangir Malik said "The community has always been generous in responding to emergencies in other countries, now it is time to support flood victims in the UK.
"I would urge all communities to come together in this time of need and respond generously."
Over 350,000 people in the area have been without water since Sunday and officials say that it could take a week before water supplies are fully restored.
Islamic Relief is working with local authorities and remains ready to provide additional assistance to people affected by the flooding.