Eid ul Adha HelpFeed Project

We are pleased to announce that Eid ul Adha HelpFeed Project has completed successfully Alhamdulillah.

We want to thank our donors and volunteers who supported our  Qurbani2016 campaign and helped in making it a huge success. The trust of our donors to conduct qurbani on their behalf was an Amanah to us and we thank Almighty Allah who enabled us to carry it out in a successful way.HELP FEED project for Eid ul Adha started at various locations on the day of Eid  and was completed on the 3rd day of Qurbani.

Alhamdulillah this year, Minhaj Interfaith and Welfare Foundation in collaboration with Minhaj Welfare Foundation, UK arranged Qurbani 2016 project and our partners carried out Qurbani at their respective locations. A total of 765 animals were sacrificed (in India and Nepal) and the meat reached approx. 16,000 families.

Our partners in this project were :

1. Jamia Munemia, Patna, Bihar

2. Shah Safi Memorial Trust, Kaushambi, Uttar Pradesh

3. Jamia Mohammadia, Sitamarhi, Bihar

4. Al-Khair Edu. & Welfare Trust, Madhubani, Bihar

5. Minhajul Quran, Kolkata, West Bengal

6. Dauthul Muslimeen Edu. Soc., Tumkur, Karnataka

7. Minhaj ul Quran, Assam

8. Sahat Almhida Con. Nepal

9. Minhaj ul Quran , Kenya

The recipients of Qurbani meat who included women and children as well, were very grateful and prayed for everyone who helped in this effort.

Meat was distributed among some of the poorest people at various locations in  India (States of UP, Bihar, West Bengal, Assam ,Karnataka) , Nepal and  Kenya (8 locations).

The Qurbani meat was distributed at 

Country :  India 

State of West Bengal :

Amtalla,Metiabruz,Howrah Pilkhana,Howrah Shibpur,Ripon Street,Central Avenue,Harin Bari lane,Kamar Hatti,Khardah,Raja Bazar,Narkuldanga,Usti

State of Bihar :

Ruahua Dargah,Brahampura,Damodarpur,Bishampur,Chandwara,Jhuran Chhapra,Bhirupati,Naroli,Rambagh,Manjhouli,ganjbagh,pero,Ali Neora,Pakki sari,kachi Sari

Sadpur,Mahua,Barra Sharif,Muniapura,,Wara Bangra,Bhikhanpur ,Bhagwanpur ,Darzaipatta,Kanti,Banaras chowk ,Khamaipatti.

State of Assam

Dist Karimganj and 

Cacher

State of Uttar Pradesh

Allahabad

State of Karnataka

Tumkur

Country Nepal

Dist. Mahottari

Country Kenya

-8 different locations in remote Areas 

We would like to extend thanks to all those who supported this project. May Almighty Allah accept it from us…Aameen!

Update 6- MIWF Helpfeed program

Alhamdulillah MIWF teams are working in 66 districts across India to help feed poor and daily wager families impacted by COVID-19 lockdown. The cities where our volunteer teams are working includes: Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Bhiwandi, Thane, Pune, Nasik, Malegaon, Amalner, Lonawla, New Delhi, Prayagraj, Lucknow, Kashmir, Pulwama, Srinagar, Bandipore, Pratapgarh, Pali(MP), Kanpur, Chandigarh, Karim Nagar, Cachar, Aurangabad, Jalgaon, Lonavla, Mysuru, Bengaluru, Hassan, Hyderabad, Baroda, Ahmedabad, Bhuj and Mundra. 

Our teams are also serving community kitchens at 5 locations, performing sanitisation of public places and delivering medicines wherever needed.

So far, with your generous contributions and support we have been able to reach 15,500+ families.

 

Please help us to reach more families by donating in the following account (India accounts only):
Account name: Minhaj Interfaith & Welfare Foundation
Account: 917010063779354
Ifsc code: UTIB0000294
Bank: Axis bank
Branch: Crawford market mumbai

Online Amount Transfer Link(All countries):

https://milaap.org/fundraisers/support-minhaj

Update 4 Help feed program for poor families during the COVID Lockdown

Alhamdulillah MIWF teams are working in 42 cities across India to help feed poor and daily wager families impacted by COVID-19 lockdown.

The cities where our volunteer teams are working includes: Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Bhiwandi,Thane, Pune, Nasik, Malegaon, Ambalner, New Delhi, Prayagraj, Lucknow, Kashmir, Pulwama, Srinagar, Pratapgarh, Pali(MP), Srinagar, Kanpur, Chandigarh, Karim Nagar, Tripura, Aurangabad, Jalgaon, Lonavla, Mysuru, Bengaluru, Hassan, Hyderabad, Baroda, Ahmedabad, Bhuj and Mundra. 

Our teams are also serving community kitchens at 5 locations, performing sanitisation of public places and delivering medicines wherever needed.

So far, with your generous contributions and support we have been able to reach 10,000+ families in last four weeks. 

Please help us to reach more families by donating in the following account (India accounts only):
Account name: Minhaj Interfaith & Welfare Foundation
Account: 917010063779354
Ifsc code: UTIB0000294
Bank: Axis bank
Branch: Crawford market mumbai

Online Amount Transfer Link(All countries):

https://milaap.org/fundraisers/support-minhaj

Some pics from Phase-4

Help us feed poor families during the COVID Lockdown

Alhamdulillah MIWF teams are working in 32 cities across India to help feed poor and daily wager families impacted by COVID-19 lockdown.

The cities where our volunteer teams are working includes: Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Bhiwandi, Thane, Pune, Nasik, Malegaon, Ambalner, New Delhi, Prayagraj, Lucknow, Kashmir, Pulwama, Srinagar, Pratapgarh, Pali(MP), Srinagar, Kanpur, Chandigarh, Aurangabad, Mysuru, Bengaluru, Hassan, Hyderabad, Baroda, Ahmedabad, Bhuj and  Mundra. 

Our teams are also serving community kitchens at 3 locations, performing sanitisation of public places and delivering medicines wherever needed.

So far, with your generous contributions and support we have been able to reach 7100+ families in last 15 days.

 

Please help us to reach more families by donating in the following account (India accounts only):
Account name: Minhaj Interfaith & Welfare Foundation
Account: 917010063779354
Ifsc code: UTIB0000294
Bank: Axis bank
Branch: Crawford market Mumbai

Online Amount Transfer Link :

https://milaap.org/fundraisers/support-minhaj

 

Some photos of our Relief work in poor areas:

Feeding the Poor during Covid-19 lock down

Alhamdulillah MIWF teams are working in 27 cities across India to help feed poor and daily wager families impacted by COVID-19 lockdown.

The cities where our volunteer teams are working includes: Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Bhiwandi, Thane, New Delhi, Prayagraj, Lucknow, Kashmir, Pratapgarh, Pali(MP), Srianagar, Pulwama, Chandigarh, Aurangabad, Mysuru, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Bhuj, Mundra, Thane, Hassan and Kanpur.

Our teams are also sanitising public places and delivering medicines wherever needed.

So far, with your generous contributions and support we have been able to reach 3200+ families in last 7 days.

reached 3200+ families

Please help us to reach more families by donating in the following account (India accounts only):
Account name : Minhaj Interfaith & Welfare Foundation
Account : 917010063779354
Ifsc code : UTIB0000294
Bank : Axis bank
Branch : Crawford market mumbai

Online Amount Transfer Link :

https://milaap.org/fundraisers/support-minhaj

Some photos of our Relief work in poor areas :

Religious leaders vow to work against extremism at Interfaith Iftar under MIWF

An Interfaith Iftar and Prayer Meet was hosted by Minhaj Interfaith and Welfare Foundation on 2nd June at Diwan-e-Khaas, Islam Gymkhana in Mumbai. It was attended by religious leaders from Muslim, Hindu, Christian, Buddhist, Jain, Sikh and Parsi faiths. Members from reputed NGOs and personnel from the police also graced the event with their presence. The books on anti-terror curriculum authored by Shaykh ul Islam Dr. Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri were presented to the guests. All the religious leaders made a vow against extremism and terrorism and resolved to promote peace and brotherhood.

Sajeed Shaikh conducted the proceedings of the event and introduced all the chief guests to the audience.

Acharya Shukla congratulated MIWF for bringing religious leaders from different faiths together and held that interfaith dialogue is not a luxury but has now become a necessity.

Bodhhishil Bhante quoted Buddhist teachings which mention that establishing peace within ourselves through spirituality is the first step in establishing peace and harmony in the societies. Unless there is peace within us there can be no peace outside of us. He said that humanity doesn’t need more wars but needs love and spirituality so that our souls are able to receive the divine light.

Maulana Ali Muhammad explained the importance of serving humanity without the discrimination of caste, religion and creed. He quoted Quranic verse which says that those who fail to serve people in distress are worse than animals because the feeling of kindness and soft hardheartedness are what differentiates a human being from animals. He quoted incident from life of Imam Hassan (RA) who left his place of Itikaf (seclusion in Mosque) to fulfill the needs of a needy person. He mentioned that without peace in religious communities, global peace is not possible.

Father Rosario Vaz mentioned that if leaders of different faiths come together the violence related to religion will automatically come down. He emphasized the need of discussion with other faiths through interfaith dialogue.

Dr. Homi Dhalla mentioned the initiatives for peace being carried out by scholars like Dalai Lama and past personalities like APJ Abdul Kalam and Mother Teresa. He emphasized the importance of Sufism in restoring peace to humanity and quoted Sufi authors like Al-Ghazali, Shaykh Sadi and Nizamuddin Awliya whose teachings are still relevant today and can help restore peace. He also mentioned the importance of interfaith dialogue in establishing peace. He suggested introducing courses like ones on kindness, and meditation, etc. for students.

Maulana Anis said that there is a need to restore humanity among religious people by promoting teachings of mercy. He quoted various Islamic traditions about serving humanity and said that mercy is the essence of Prophetic teachings.

Amol Madame highlighted the importance of interfaith dialogue and said that youth should be targeted for such conferences. He said that in the present environment of hate we can become the beacons of hope through such efforts. He also said that fasting is a way to cure negativity among human beings as it teaches us to get rid of anger and greed.

The event concluded with Dua for peace.

MIWF Meelad 2019 welfare activities report

To highlight the merciful and compassionate nature of teachings of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), Minhaj Interfaith and Welfare foundation volunteers participated in various welfare activities on the occasion of birth of the beloved Prophet (peace be upon him). A short summary of the events done in the month of Rabi-ul-Awwal is being given below:

Welfare event for Cancer patients

As part of Milad celebration in blessed month of Rabiul Awwal, MIWF team visited Noori Hall , Parel on 17th November,2019 and conducted a welfare event for Cancer patients in collaboration with Cancare foundation.

The event started with recitation of Holy Qur’an by Maulana Ali Muhammad who said human body is a precious gift from Almighty Allah who has prepared it in best composition. He stated that each human being is accountable for maintaining this body by avoiding it from harmful things.He further stated that if proper dietary habits given in Qur’an and Sunnah are adopted by mankind all diseases including cancer can be avoided.He stressed that patience over the troubles of disease brings immense reward and good behavior with relatives and prayers prolongs life and cures apparently incurable diseases.

He related many traditions from life of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) which mention about service for fellow beings without any discrimination of religion.

He congratulated the volunteers who are fulfilling the sunnah of our beloved Prophet (peace be upon him) by serving the patients and stated that it’s important that parents nurture spirit of volunteerism and servitude in their kids at young age by telling them about Seerah so that we have more such people who are willing to sacrifice their time, efforts and money for the sake of serving the humanity.

Sagir Deshmukh (Cancare Foundation) gave presentation about causes of the cancer, preventive measures, and sources to get financial help and cures for Cancer. He highlighted the need to stay away from smoking, alcohol and tobacco and mentioned that women of our society have a great role to remove these evils. He expressed happiness on the MIWF joining the fight against cancer.

WELFARE EVENTS  FOR CHILDREN, OLD ONES AND PATIENTS


MIWF team also conducted welfare events for children, old aged and sick at various locations.
Minhaj Interfaith Welfare Team from Bhiwandi led by brother Rafiq Shaikh visited Nakoda jain Advasi school and distributed gifts and sweets to children.

Our volunteer also carried out distribution of food packets and gifts at:
🔹Post office
🔹Old age home in Bhiwandi
🔹Orphanage in Bhiwandi
🔹Maharashtra ST depot
🔹CS Hospital, Thane
🔹Aasra Kendra for Children, Thane
🔹 Civil hospital in Ahmedabad

Minhaj National Public school second annual function held successfully

Second Annual School Function of Minhaj National English school was successfully held on 29th Jan at Meenatai Hall, Bhiwandi. A strong audience of 835 people attended the function.

Mufti Ismat Bubere who has translated Tafseer-e- Mahimi (ra) in urdu was one of the guests of honor at the event and he started the event with Tilawat e Quran.

After Tilawat ,there was felicitation of guests /school staff and volunteers of Shri Bhairav Jain Seva trust that works with Minhaj for welfare events.

Felicitation was followed by various performances by school children which included:

  • Islamic songs (nasheeds).
  • Hadith recitation in Arabic with English & Urdu translations.
  • Play about orphan children.
  • Arabic/English conversation by students.

Mr Sagir Deshmukh(President of Cancer Research Foundation) who was guest of honour applauded the efforts of the team and encouraged them to continue with acts of serving humanity.

Brother Rafeeq Raza highlighted the past events of Minhaj team and appealed for help in upcoming high-school project.

We want to thank all those participated and helped in making the event successful.

Minhaj Interfaith and Welfare Foundation delivered winter relief to SRINAGAR

Winter for 2016-17 has been exceptionally cold in many parts of the world and the cold and snowy conditions have caused deaths and cold related illnesses in areas which are susceptible to freezing temperatures.Matters are worse for refugees and displaced people who are staying in temporary shelters.

Minhaj Interfaith and Welfare Foundation as part of its #Colderforthem project is helping with winter relief in various cold regions of the world. As part of its #Colderforthem project in India, MIWF delivered winter relief at Srinagar relief camp in the State of Jammu and Kashmir.MIWF distributed winter relief material and household items to 70 families ( approximately 400 people ) who were victims of fire incident which completely destroyed their homes in Srinagar. Right now they are staying in temporary relief camps in Dalgate area of Srinagar. MIWF volunteers team comprising of 15 volunteers led by Abdur Rasheed Saab ( MQII J&K President ) and Noorul Hasan saab ( Gen Secretary MQI J & K) coordinated the whole effort in spite of severe cold and snowfall in the area.Earlier the MIWF Team had also distributed free medicines in hospitals of Srinagar.

The event was covered by various news channels and local media.

MIWF volunteers distributing relief at Srinagar relief camp

MIWF volunteers distributing relief at Srinagar relief camp

Publiée par Minhaj Interfaith & Welfare Foundation sur Vendredi 6 janvier 2017

We would like to thank our donors and volunteers for their contributions in making this relief distribution successful.We look forward to your continued support for our future activities.

Delivers flood relief to the Valley

State of Jammu and Kashmir has been affected by nature’s fury over past few weeks due to a severe cold wave , that was followed by heavy rainfalls which caused avalanches and flash floods in many parts of state.Many people lost their lives and hundreds of families were displaced due to damages to homes in these floods.

The Welfare wing of Minhaj ul Quran International, India carried out relief work in past weeks in areas of Srinagar,Budgaam, Anantnag,Pulwama & other places of Jammu and Kashmir and helped the families that were in trouble. As residents of Jammu and Kashmir seek to resume their lives following heavy rains in the state which rendered hundreds homeless, MQI JnK welfare team is also helping the displaced families rebuild their damaged homes.

Minhaj ul Quran international J&K delegation led by Abdul Rashid Khan, (President MQII JnK), visited Leden Chadoora district near Budgaam where 17 people were burried under avalanche and consoled the families which had lost its loved ones and distributed relief material there. A team of 10 members of MQI J&K also visited the flood & landslide affected areas of Kashmir Valley and distributed relief packages among a large number of distressed & homeless families.

We’ve been delivering aid to those in need and would like to thank all our donors. Your contributions have not been forgotten and are much appreciated..We would appeal more people to generously come forward to the help of displaced people of JnK and contribute for their rehabilitation.

Delivers Flood Relief To The Valley

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