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Our Partnerships

We cultivate partnerships with other charities throughout the world in an effort to ensure our funds impact the communities we help in personal and meaningful ways.

 

WATERFALL CHARITY 

Established in 2011, the Waterfall Charity is a UK-registered organization that was created to help alleviate the global water crisis. The organisation recognises that the lack of clean water resources is something that most developing countries face on a daily basis, and that while overlooked and rarely talked about, it results in more deaths than earthquakes, tsunamis and other natural disasters. Following its first few initiatives, the Waterfall Charity has since evolved into a larger humanitarian project that covers building schools and setting up self-sustainable activities for food aid projects. It continues to educate and encourage the most needy by helping them have access to basic necessities of life.

Abdullah Aid had its beginnings to honour the short yet inspiring life of Abdullah Malji. Following the words of The Holy Prophet to be kind and affectionate especially towards the disadvantaged people, the Abdullah Aid was established by Abdullah's parents Shakil & Zainab Malji, with the great support of Mohamed Irfan Achhodi, to serve humanity one kind gesture at a time. Today, it has expanded itself as a registered UK-based international relief charity that aims to fulfill sustainable solutions relating to health, shelter, education and empowerment, all of which are made possible by providing emergency relief, food and medical aid to victims of conflict and natural disasters and implementing income generation projects to help them gain independence.
The Hidayat Educational and Welfare Trust is a non-government Muslim organisation based in Inaruwa, Nepal. The group carries out various charitable projects that support indigent communities all over Nepal--a country that is considered one of the most poverty-stricken in the world, with many of its people earning as little as 50 cents per day. Through its international partners like the Wellbeing Care Foundation, the Hidayat Educational and Welfare Trust has become a bridge that connects foreign aide to the unreached and often forgotten parts of Nepal. At present, the organisation leads activities like preserving sacred Islamic rituals, giving quality education for children, and providing resources for proper sanitary conditions.