Muslim Charity is a UK-registered charity with headquarters at Eaton Hall, Retford, Nottinghamshire. We seek a world of hope, tolerance and social justice where poverty has been overcome and people live in dignity. We are committed to making efforts in becoming a global catalyst and partner of choice to end poverty.
With the help of volunteers, we have established hospitals, schools, rescued street children, provided safe water and supported vulnerable mothers through health and wellbeing initiatives. We have dramatically changed millions of lives through our projects and interventions and uphold principles of fairness and equality for all.
Over the past 17 years we have built a network of trust, honesty and transparency in every aspect of our work and consider this ethos as one of our core principles.
Muslim Charity’s latest project to support Yemen.
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Life as a front-line doctor during the Covid-19 pandemic reported by an ex-student at Jamia Al-Karam/Eaton Hall, Retford. Click here to view.
Muslim Charity responds to the 2020 coronavirus emergency
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◄ Muslim Charity’s 2019 Annual Report - click on the picture for the full report.
Muslim Charity website: www.muslimcharity.org.uk For further information or media enquiries please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 100 4930.
The recent earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia has become the most recent focus of Muslim Charity’s efforts:
Our Emergency Response team that left the UK earlier this week (first week of October) has been in Palu, Indonesia, since the past 48 hours and are in the process of delivering urgently needed aid to the survivors of the tragic disaster. I have attached some images (example below) they sent over earlier today (6th October). This link will be updated with latest news/updates of our activities on the ground in the coming days.
In the present global situation, Muslim Charity has been working to ease the plight of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. To read much more about their efforts, click here...
Muslim Charity’s ‘London to Makkah’ cyclists reach Istanbul, Turkey (4th August 2017)
Muslim Charity’s Most Impactful International Programme Award in London on 22nd February, 2017