The British-Yemeni Society has over the years supported the work of a number of Yemeni organisations that focus in the provision of health services to local communities throughout the country. Either through a Christmas Appeal, individual members' initiatives, or after being approahed by the organisations themselves, the Society identifies worthy causes for the allocation of its surplus funds every year. Below is a list of the various donations it has made over the years.
|1998 Christmas Appeal||Health & Culture Centre in Sana'a||£ 1,000|
|1999||al-Noor Centre for the Blind & Disabled in al-Mukalla||£ 2,735|
|2002||Yemen Development Fund||£ 745|
|2007||Yemen Education & Relief Organisation (YERO)||£ 750|
|2007||Yemen Smile||£ 1,000|
|2008||The Rachel James Medical Project||£ 2,417|
|2009||Health & Culture Centre in Sana'a||£ 500|
|2011||Bir Ahmad Clinic (purchase of a generator)||£ 500|
|2013||Yemen Education & Relief Organisation (YERO)||£ 1,000|
Members of the Society visit the premises of the al-Noor Centre for the Blind and Disabled in al-Mukalla (2002).