Helping Gaza’s Widows: Zakat Programme 2019

Helping Gaza’s Widows: Zakat Programme 2019

  • 29th March 2019

Ummah Welfare Trust is giving cash grants to 120 widows in Gaza every month this year. Alhamdulillah, the zakat programme ensures our sisters have enough to feed their children and cover household costs. Gaza has been under siege for twelve…

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New Abayas For Sisters In North Syria

New Abayas for Sisters in North Syria

  • 20th March 2019

Ummah Welfare Trust provided new abayas to over 10,000 mothers and students in Syria's Idlib and Aleppo provinces. Alhamdulillah, the clothes were newly made and delivered to schools, madrassah and camps. See how your donations helped our sisters.

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Bringing Warmth To Families In Afghanistan

Bringing Warmth to Families in Afghanistan

  • 18th March 2019

The war, droughts, and more recently flooding, have made life hugely difficult for families in Afghanistan’s southern and eastern areas. Ummah Welfare Trust delivered blankets and clothing to over 12,000 of these families this winter, alhamdulillah. Watch the video to…

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The New Masjid Shaykh Muhammad Deedat

The new Masjid Shaykh Muhammad Deedat

  • 13th March 2019

Ummah Welfare Trust has completed the construction of Masjid Shaykh Muhammad Deedat in Namilongo, rural Malawi (watch the video above). Alhamdulillah, the Masjid was built under the instruction of Mufti Shabbir Ahmed Sahib and the family of Shaykh Muhammad Deedat…

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Bringing Warmth To Syria’s Families (Winter Aid 2018-19)

Bringing Warmth to Syria’s Families (Winter Aid 2018-19)

  • 8th March 2019

Ummah Welfare Trust spent over £1 million helping freezing families in Syria this winter, alhamdulillah. Over 15,000 families were helped with blankets, rugs, fuel, clothing and household supplies. The aid was delivered across Syria’s northern areas: Idlib, Aleppo, North Hama…

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Sadness And Happiness In The Camps Of Iraq

Sadness and Happiness in the Camps of Iraq

  • 20th February 2019

Ummah Welfare Trust UK team’s second-day account in Iraq When we think of families in refugee camps, we normally think their main test is leave their homes behind and to survive in tents without proper facilities. On our second day…

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The Unbelievable Suffering Of A Widow In Iraq

The Unbelievable Suffering of a Widow in Iraq

  • 19th February 2019

Ummah Welfare Trust UK team’s eye witness account in Iraq A few days before Umar RadhyAllahu ‘anh was assassinated, he said, ‘If I live a little longer I will not leave a single widow in Iraq in need of assistance.’…

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