Nurses and staff at Birmingham's City Hospital received food supplies from Ummah Welfare Trust yesterday evening. Food was also delivered to busy staff at Nuneaton's George Elliot Hospital.
Ummah Welfare is supporting the funeral services at Green Lane Masjid and Birmingham Central Mosque with protective overalls to ensure they can continue delivering funeral services for the pandemic's victims.
Ummah Welfare Trust delivered a container of baby milk powder to Syria's Idlib province before Ramadhan this year. The milk powder was distributed to newly-displaced families who had no income and were struggling to feed their children. Watch the video…
Over £3 million was spent in February 2020 to help our brothers and sisters around the world.
Over £2 million was spent in January 2020 to help our brothers and sisters around the world.
Your kaffarah and fidyah contributions totalled £493,691.98 through 2019. See how the money was spent.
Over £3 million was spent in December 2019 to help our brothers and sisters around the world.
We recently returned from a field visit to Mauritania on behalf of UK charity Ummah Welfare Trust. We went there to overlook the charity’s support for rural mahadaras (centres of Islamic learning) and poor scholars in the country. Mauritania, along…
Over £3 million was spent in November 2019 to help our brothers and sisters around the world.
Over the past two years Ummah Welfare Trust has been delivering humanitarian aid and relief programmes to our Rohingya brothers and sisters in South Bangladesh. Following surveys however we found that most Rohingyan families had either zero or poor quality…