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The Ubuntu Education Fund (Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape)
Iqraa Trust has contributed R100 000 towards the implementation of the Ubuntu Education Fund’s programmes.
The Plettaid Foundation (Plettenberg Bay-Western Cape)
Iqraa Trust contributed R100 000 towards the operational costs of the Invicta House Women’s Shelter. This project is located in Plettenberg Bay in the Western Cape.
The Brown’s School (Pinetown, Kwa Zulu Natal)
The Browns’ School currently serves 358 children with Cerebral Palsy, Autism and other learning disabilities from the Greater Durban area.
Durban and Coastal Mental Health – Durban
Iqraa Trust’s has contributed R 150 000 towards the establishment of new and upgraded facilities for the Kwa-Ximba Day Care Centre which serves a community that is poor, rural in nature and highly disadvantaged.
R 100 000 towards the Establishment of a Training Centre for Caregivers
Iqraa Trust has provided R 100 000 towards the establishment of a Training Centre for caregivers for The United Cerebral Palsy Association.
Southlands High School, Chatsworth - Durban
Southlands High School has an enrolment of over 1400 learners. Approximately 800 learners currently study various combinations of courses including woodwork, screen-printing, art, jewellery making and pottery and ceramics.
Community Outreach Centre St. Marys
Iqraa Trust has provided funding in the amount of R205 000 to enable the Community Outreach Centre, St. Mary’s (COC) to fund the operations of two Drop-In Centres in Klaarwater and Marianhill.
Renal Dialysis Centre
Iqraa Trust has provided R600 000 as lead funding for the establishment of the Community Renal Dialysis Centre, which is a first for Kwa-Zulu Natal.
Donation Of Vehicle To Cancer Association Of South Africa
Patients of the Mkhuhla Interim of the Cancer Association of South Africa in KwaZulu-Natal received a most pleasant surprise when Iqraa Trust and Albaraka Bank jointly donated a minibus which was needed desperately by the Home to transport its cancer patients to the various treatment centres in the city.
Where Rainbows Meet – Training & Development Foundation – Cape Town
“Where Rainbows Meet” operates in Vrygrond, a squatter camp which was established in the early 1900’s in Cape Town, South Africa. A grant of R 50 000 from Iqraa Trust enabled “Where Rainbows Meet” to acquire computers for its training facility which is committed to improving the educational level of unemployed adults in the Community.
Our mission is to uplift the quality of life of all South Africans by promoting and supporting humanitarian programs that are designed to help those who are most in need, to help themselves. We intend to use the resources that are placed at our disposal to develop and fund solutions that will empower people irrespective of race, colour or creed. We want to equip them so that they can contribute to growth and development in South Africa and to share in the benefits of building a better society for all. During your visit to our website, you will realise that we are focused mainly on addressing the key issues of poverty, unemployment and healthcare which still represent the most serious challenges facing South Africa.
We support and assist organizations financially in capacity building to enable them to deliver their services efficiently and effectively.
We form partnerships and alliances with other charitable and welfare institutions to execute projects aimed at achieving the Trust’s objectives.