We’re changing lives in Pakistan

Volunteers and trustees associated with Islamic Welfare Trust have been helping the poor and needy across Pakistan long before we established as a charity. As an organisation, Pakistan is very close to our hearts. Most of the team involved in our charity have family roots in Pakistan.

We’ve carried out life-changing projects along with the delivery of emergency aid during the natural disaster. All this was only possible because you (our donors) have been trusting us with this Imanah.

Help Poor Families in Pakistan

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Why should I donate to charity work in Pakistan?

Pakistan is the world’s 6th largest country in terms of population. Unfortunately, over 20% of the population still lives in extreme poverty. In certain areas of Pakistan, it is still a very tough environment for women. As Muslims, it is our duty to help the less fortunate ones than us. Alhamdulillah, we are living in Europe and America surrounded by all the luxuries of life. Just imagine how people survive when their daily income is less than a dollar. This is the reason why we should always help Muslims in Need across the world. By donating a food pack or sponsoring a water pump we can potentially change a whole family’s life. Therefore, Islamic Welfare Trust invites you to help us continue our charity projects in Pakistan.

Sponsor a Food Pack in Pakistan

  • 4 out of 10 don’t know where their next meal is going come from
  • In rural parts of Pakistan, nearly half the children are malnutrition
  • High food and fuel prices are taking thousands of families into poverty
  • Pakistan is home to over 5 million refugees from across the world

By sponsoring a food pack in Pakistan, you’re not only providing food for a poor family rather you are taking away the worries of a father or mother for a month. This may act as a catalyst and encourage them to send their children to school to make their future better.

Give Your Zakat to Poor in Pakistan

Zakat is an obligation and 4th pillar of our religion. Any Muslim who owns wealth equivalent to or more than nisab then he/she will have to pay 2.5% of his/her wealth to poor and needy to purify it. For this to be accepted by Allah, it has to be done for His sake. Your Zakat will help.

  • Poor & needy families
  • Support orphans and widows
  • Help students of knowledge

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Donate a Water Pump in Pakistan

  • Many parts of Pakistan are still without clean drinking water
  • Over 80 million people lack access to proper sanitation and clean water
  • Most of the childhood illnesses in Pakistan are water-relate

By sponsoring a water well, you can save a life. This is a sadaqah jariyah opportunity so don’t let it go. Imagine receiving rewards for every time someone drinks from it or perform Wudu to pray. Good deeds will be added to your and your loved one’s scales. Whichever way you look at its a win-win situation. Donate a water pump now.

Donate now to help us continue our charity work in Pakistan to help the poor Muslim families.