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Wars, natural disasters, and the general degradation and loss of livelihoods that broken economies bring, mean more Muslims than ever across the Ummah are facing financial hardships and hurdles in the lives.

Ummah Welfare Trust is providing financial assistance in various parts of the Ummah to help families facing such difficulties. Displaced families, the destitute, those with disabilities, the indebted, single-parent families and the elderly are helped, alhamdulillah.

Large single cash grants give hard-pressed Muslims more control over their lives. They can use this assistance to pay overdue bills, clear debts, purchase food, cover school fees, pay for medical care or even invest and make more money.

Alhamdulillah, the assistance also helps local economies, giving recipients the flexibility to spend their assistance in their close vicinity and in a manner they deem best.

‘Whoever relieves a believer’s distress…, Allah will rescue him from a difficulty from the difficulties of the Hereafter.’

Financial Assistance in Gaza

To be a Muslim is to be caring and generous. The sublime teachings of Islam permeate with compassion, goodwill and decency. “Help one another in acts of piety and righteousness.” (Quran 5:2).

Uphold these virtues today by providing financial relief to a family in distress. Donate towards this project and help change the fortunes of desperate families, as well as their wider communities, today.

Grants are currently given to families in India, Pakistan, Sierra Leone, Gambia.