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3 Cities 2018

Aug 2018

Our 5th 3 cities saw our cyclists ride from Munich, to Nuremberg before finally reaching Prague. Alhumdulilah we have been able to facilitate several medical camps in Yeman. 

Leith Hill Trek 2018

May 2018

Did you know?

An increasing number of people are becoming terminally ill, put in care and reaching end of life. Black, Minority and Ethnic BME communities who previously enjoyed strong families bonds are increasingly suffering alone, despite receiving care and treatment.

 

Traditional extended families are becoming strained due to younger generations becoming busy with work, education, overcrowding housing conditions or the complex nature of ill health of their loved ones. Often the sick and elderly are left alone in institutions or homes.

 

Medical practitioners often give priority to clinical care and most institutions are not familiar or have the resources to provide care to accommodate the patient’s cultural, spiritual and social needs.

London to Margate - Deaf Ride

March 2018

Our 2018 National Ride will see cyclists navigate their way from London to Margate. We will be raising funds for Al Ishara.

Deaf people are often most excluded from mainstream access to information. Deaf Muslims have often expressed their frustrations about this, in particular the inaccessibility of traditional Islamic texts. Often Deaf Muslims know only the little bits about Islam that their parents may have taught them and what they have seen in their environments. This does not always grant the possibilities of detailed understanding of the intricacies of Islamic faith, and therefore the understanding of Islamic practice is diminished or mislead.

Support Al Ishara by visiting http://www.alisharah.com

3 Cities 2017

Oct 2018

Our 4th 3 cities saw our cyclists ride from Basel, to Zurich before finally reaching Munich. Over 25 Rohingyan orphans have been sponsored. If you would like to look at Rohingyan orphan sponsorship please contact Lonely Orphans. 

Trek Scafell Pike

Sept 2017

In September we travelled to Lake District to climb Scafell Pike in Aid of African Water Projects as well as Gift of Knowledge

Trek for Africa

July 2017

Our second Women's Trek in July  saw sisters take in the amazing views of Leith Hill, raising funds for African Water projects.

London 2 Hastings Cycle Ride

Apr 2017

In Apr Over 2017 over 50 riders cycled from London to Hastings raising funds to build a Education and Medical Centre in Bangladesh. 

Trek An Nur

Jan 2017

January saw our first event of 2017, a trek for women raising funds for emergency relief in Syria, Alhumdulilah Islam Help was able to get aid directly inside Syria for this event.

3 Cities 2016

Oct 2016

The 3rd installment saw our cyclists travel from Luxembourg to Strasbourg before finally reachng Basle. 

Oxford Ride

May 2016

Palestinians have no control over water resources and access to water is prevented due to restrictions on movement and the destruction of infrastructure. Families are forced to drink highly contaminated water or buy clean water supplied by private tankers: a choice that most Palestinians cannot afford to make.

Water Well Campaign

2014

Bangladesh is a developing country with huge population according to total land area. Crisis of pure and fresh water is one of the major problems. People have to depend on natural surface of water like rivers, ponds and canals.

3 Cities Cycle Challenge

October 2015

cycle over 275 miles from Belgium, Colonge and Finally to Luxembourg in aid of the Al Basiir school for the blind.

 

Walk of Hope

Apr 2015

in Apr 2015 we did a 5 mile walk in aid of a school in Bangladesh. 

 

Bangladesh is one of the world’s most densely populated countries; the size of England and Wales together, Bangladesh has a population of 161 million people, three times the population of the UK. Despite recent progress out of poverty and increasing human development indicators such as literacy and life expectancy, inequalities in income and consumption rates have increased (UNDP 2005)

 

You can support this cause by donating on giftofknowledge.net

Moon Ride : Cambridge to London

Mar 2015

The Rohingya in Burma are branded as one of the most persecuted communities in the world by the UN, yet nobody knows their name. They are the forgotten people.

 

in March 2015, over 50 people banded together to raise funds and awareness for this cause. Please donate to www.uwt.org who are currently operating in Burma.

3 cities cycle: London - The Hague - Brussels

October 2014

Iraq has faced three decades of conflict. One in four people in Iraq do not have access to sufficient clean drinking water.  HRF provides food, water, shelter, clothing and other essential equipment to those in need, supporting orphans, widows, the elderly and poor families.

 

Syria - Donations have contributed to providing shelter packs containing blankets, heaters and food parcels. HRF has also set up a mobile clinic with other organisations and is now distributing regularly all across Jordan. 

 

 

You can donate now on hrf.org.uk

 

Snowdon 4 Gaza

September 2014

Fresh hostilities during Ramadan, July 2014, and air strikes on Gaza by Israeli forces have left dozens of men, women and children dead and wounded, and left thousands in dire need of medical aid, food and water. With resources, especially hospitals and medical facilities, already under severe strain, the population of Gaza faces further suffering and uncertainty.

 

Please donate to www.islamichelp.org

Cycle: Castle to Castle

March 2014

The crisis in Syria is the biggest humanitarian catastrophe of the 21st century. The conflict is now in its third year and the United Nations estimates that at least 100,000 people have died and the death toll continues to rise daily.

Since the violence erupted in 2011, the exodus of refugees to neighbouring countries has escalated. The United Nations refugee agency UNHCR said the number of people to have fled Syria had rocketed from 230,000 to more than 2 million in the year to September 2013, and if the trend continues that number will have risen to 3 million by the end of 2013.

 

Please donate to www.islamichelp.org

Cycle: London to Paris

October 2013

An orphan in Islam is defined as a child who has lost his father or both of his parents. In Arabic, an orphan is called a yateem.

Of the many members of society, orphans are among the most vulnerable. This is particularly true in countries where there is little social support and where services are largely inadequate.

The noble values which Islam has laid out can be summarily understood by looking at the importance the religion has given to looking after orphans.

'I and the person who looks after an orphan and provides for him, will be in Paradise like this,' (putting his index and middle fingers together). - Saheeh al-Bukhari.

 

visit uwt.org.uk

The Snowdon Challenge

April 2013

An orphan in Islam is defined as a child who has lost his father or both of his parents. In

'I and the person who looks after an orphan and provides for him, will be in Paradise like this,' (putting his index and middle fingers together). - Saheeh al-Bukhari.

 

visit Giftofknowledge.net

 

 

Football: The Hope & Knowledge Cup

March 2013

Of the many members of society, orphans are among the most vulnerable. This is particularly true in countries where there is little social support and where services are largely inadequate.
 

visit uwt.org.uk

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