Housing for the Poor

Home is a basic necessity for everybody; we cannot imagine life without shelter, or our houses. However many families in third world countries are suffering from a lack of shelter; this is either due to a lack of money or a natural disaster resulting in the destruction of their shelter.

Many people are suffering because their shelters are not stable enough to protect them from the harsh weather. Furthermore, there are some people who have shelters that are damaged: their roofs are broken and water is constantly leaking through.

Would we be able to live with water constantly leaking through our roofs?

The answer would be NO. Alhamdulillah, Dabbagh Welfare Trust will provide people in situations like these, with strong and warm shelters to protect them from all weather conditions and illnesses as well as being further entitled to the basic human right of privacy.

As believers, good deeds provide warmth to our hearts. We know that our good deeds will never be in vain, as Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) has mentioned “Whoever removes a worldly hardship from a believer, Allah will remove a hardship on the Day of Resurrection from him.”(Sahih Muslim)

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Help us build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter

Dabbagh Welfare Trust strongly believes that a house can be only be classed as a safe place for the children if it is built with proper walls, have a strong roof and have a kitchen, bathroom and a toilet. Alhamdulillah, we are helping poor widows and the elderly rebuild their homes so they don’t have to worry about leaky roofs or feel scared about walls collapsing after every wind storm or heavy rain.

We need donors like you, who can help the poor build out of poverty. This is a sadaqah jariyah opportunity as you will continue receiving the reward long after you have left this temporary abode.

Dabbagh Welfare Trust Helping Poor BUILD Out of Poverty

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