Minhaj-ul-Quran representatives meet the British Prime Minister David Cameron in Downing Street on the occasion of the Eid al Adha
Minhaj Women League London organised a beautiful nasheed programme on Saturday 3rd of March 2018.
The Minhaj Women League London teamed up with Minhaj welfare foundation to raise awareness and funds to build an orphan village which will provide care, education and vocational training for girls from marginalised communities in Khanewal (South Punjab) in Pakistan.
(30 April 2014) Secretary of State for International Development and MP Justine Greening met directors of Minhaj Welfare Foundation in Nelson, Pendle to discuss the substantial British aid effort and what more could be done internationally to help those suffering in third world.
On the outskirts of Cairo in Egypt sits a line of Syrian refugees anticipating help, majority of which are young families. Thousands of Syrians have flocked into Egypt – already political tensions are extremely high leaving many Syrians in a vulnerable state. Nearly two million people have fled the brutal fighting that has dragged on for more than two years in Syria leaving more than 100,000 dead.
Minhaj Welfare Foundation, an international humanitarian organisation working in the developing world is also helping deprived communities in the UK.
Minhaj Welfare Foundation’s initiated a community ‘Food Bank’ on Wednesday 24th December 2014 (Christmas Eve) in London. The main aim of the event was to highlight the ever growing concern of extreme poverty in the UK.
Seekers is an Educational forum committed to educating and informing Muslims about the correct teachings of Islam. Seekers aims to address the latest issues facing Muslim students and general society today.
Three million Syrian people have fled their homes and are in need of aid. They are in urgent need of emergency relief; food, shelter and medical care
It has been almost two years since the uprising began in Syria leaving a devastating impact on many Syrian families and more than 3 million in need of humanitarian aid. The infrastructure has collapsed, there is no adequate health care in most parts of the country, water supplies have been cut off and there is shortage of food.