Welfare & Social Development
Iqraa Trust Donates R350 000 to the Aryan Benevolent Home for new computers and the building of a new children’s home
The Aryan Benevolent Home based in Durban, Kwa-Zulu Natal offers care and shelter to over 600 people which include aged and frail, victims of violence and abuse, children in need and the mentally and physically challenged.
Iqraa Trust Donates R200 000 to the World Assembly of Muslim Youth towards a computer centre
The World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY) based in Durban, KwaZulu Natal provides a home and schooling for girls from impoverished backgrounds. WAMY also aims at enhancing the livelihoods, capability and participation of communities through provision of support-systems, programmes and resources to develop the skills and capacity of youth and provide them access to information, education and services.
Iqraa Trust Donates R200 000 to St. Philomena’s Community Development Centre towards renovations to its building
St Philomena’s, a non-profit organization based in Durban, KwaZulu Natal provides a safe and nurturing home for orphaned and vulnerable children. The organisation has been in existence for 126 years and is home to 36 girls between the ages of 6 to 18. Their primary service is to respond to poverty, child abuse, dysfunctional family life and trauma.
Iqraa Trust has, over the years, donated a total of R320 000 to ST Monica’s Children’s Home
St Monica’s Children’s Home is a non-profit organisation based in Bluff, Kwa Zulu Natal. The Home provides a loving and safe environment for the children in their care through development programs, education, healthcare, and social interaction.
Iqraa Trust made a donation to the Home towards repairs and renovations for the Home, the construction of a cold-room and its most recent donation being R100 000 towards the purchase of a vehicle to transport the children to and from school.
Iqraa Trust Donates R100 000 to Siyavuna Abalimi Development Centre towards their operating expenses
Siyavuna Abalimi Development Centre is a non-profit organisation based in Margate, Kwa Zulu Natal which assists rural farmers through skills and enterprise development advocating farming methods that are resilient to climate change.
They enable farmers to connect to economical and sustainable markets by selling organic fresh produce for the dried vegetable and bulbine markets and try to mitigate food insecurity and support job creation by enabling farmers to sell and produce to the local Kumnandi brand.
Iqraa Trust Donated R200 000 To iThemba Lethu towards the purchase of a vehicle.
iThemba Lethu is based in Manor Gardens, Durban, KwaZulu Natal and works with the adjacent Cato Manor Community. Some of the Organisation’s activities are: The Family Integration Programme, iThemba Lethu has two homes that care for up to twelve orphaned/abandoned children and facilitate their reunification/adoption into healthy, sustainable families; The HIV Prevention Programme where they actively work in six schools in Durban, with behavioural change and education interventions.
Iqraa Trust Donates R120 000 to the Ethelbert Child and Youth Care Centre towards the purchase of a vehicle for the organization
Ethelbert Child and Youth Care Centre (CYCC) is a registered non-profit and public benefit organization specializing in the full-time care, rehabilitation and support of vulnerable, abandoned and abused children within KwaZulu Natal.
Iqraa Trust Donates R100 000 to the Children of Destiny at Home towards the purchase of Baking Ingredients and other Equipment for their Bakery
The Children of Destiny at Home organization is based in a rural area of the Hammarsdale Mpumalanga Township in KwaZulu Natal. The organization aims to preserve and strengthen families so that they can provide a suitable environment for the physical, spiritual, emotional and social development of all their members.
Iqraa Trust Donates R100 000 to the James House Child and Youth Care Centre to support the operating expenses of the organization
The James House Child and Youth Care Centre is based in Hout Bay, Cape Town. The organization partakes in direct community-based support including distributing food parcels, masks, sanitizers etc.
Iqraa Trust Donates R100 000 towards the Skills Development Program of the Schools Environmental Education and Development Trust (SEED)
SEED is located in Mitchells Plain, Western Cape.
The organization aims to unlock the potential in unemployed township youth by growing their personal resilience, enabling them to take care of their communities and connecting them to work towards finding opportunities in the local green economy.
Iqraa Trust Donates R100 000 towards the Youth Development Program of the Woza Moya Community Development Project
Woza Moya is located in the rural community of Ufafa in Kwa Zulu Natal. This community is home to 23 000 people.
The organization works with young people in the community, as important drivers, in creating positive, equitable and sustainable change.
Iqraa Trust Donates R200 000 to Dlalanathi towards the purchase of a vehicle and other operating expenses of the Organization
Dlalanathi based in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu Natal facilitates many community development programs that build the capacity of parents, caregivers and caring community members to increase play, responsive care and child safeguarding within their community.
Iqraa Trust Donates R 80 000 to Siyabonga Home towards the purchase of a vehicle
Siyabonga is situated on a small holding belonging to the organization just outside Vredenburg and focuses on children from vulnerable homes, children with disabilities, and they also care for young people and adults with mental and physical disabilities.
Iqraa Trust Donates R 80 000 to Merewent Cheshire Homes towards the repair and refurbishment of their bus
Situated in Wentworth, the home’s objective is to work in partnership with people with disabilities to provide residential accommodation and services that promote independent living and the pursuit of personal aspirations.
Iqraa Trust Donates R100 000 to Zip Zap Circus School Trust towards the purchase of a vehicle for the Organization
Zip Zap was founded in Cape Town in 1992, to inspire young people and help build a new culture of peaceful coexistence in South Africa. Zip Zap’s programs are all free to participants. They are dedicated to supporting and…
Iqraa Trust Donates R330 000 to the Eersterust Welfare Organization for the Aged towards the purchase of a Vehicle and Medical Equipment for the Organization
The Eersterust Welfare Organization for the Aged based in Eersterust, Tshwane is an Old Age Home for the aged, disabled and homeless persons who are supported, protected and enabled to have a dignified existence.
Iqraa Trust Donates R174 000 to the Tshwane Place of Safety towards the purchase of a Vehicle and Equipment for the Organization
The Tshwane place of Safety operates 5 specialized care nurseries (high care units) as well as a Haven and Intensive Care Unit for children with severe special needs. The Tshwane Place of Safety provides special homes where an abundance of emotional, physical and spiritual care is given to babies and toddlers.
Iqraa Trust Donates R305 000 to Child and Welfare Society of Pietermaritzburg towards their operating expenses of Ekhaya Lethemba facility
Ekhaya Lethemba is the only facility in Pietermaritzburg area that provides 24 hour emergency care for vulnerable children. It is also utilized by the SA Police Service and Department of Social Development for afterhours crisis care.
Iqraa Trust Donates R150 000 to the Children of the Dawn to support the operating expenses of the organization
Children of the Dawn based in 4 provinces namely, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, Free State and Kwazulu-Natal cares for over 800 primary Orphans and Vulnerable Children, reaching close to 4300 children and adults in total, across 8 rural communities in 5 provinces.
Iqraa Trust Donates R260 000 to the LHC Foundation Trust (I CARE) towards the purchase of a Vehicle and Operating Expenses of the Organization
I Care based in Durban, is dedicated to finding a sustainable solution to challenges facing street children in South Africa. I Care establishes relationships of trust with street children and attend to their basic needs.
Iqraa Trust Donates R200 000 to New Beginningz to support the operating expenses of the Organization
New Beginningz based in Pretoria, has been in operation since 2001. Their primary focus is Orphans and Vulnerable Children between the ages of 0-18 years with a special focus on the most vulnerable of society.
Iqraa Trust Donates R 100 000 to Mamelani Projects as a contribution towards their operating expenses
Mamelani Projects based in Mowbray, Cape Town Western Cape, creates positive transformation in communities where there is a gap in support services, support systems and information. The programmes focuses on shifts that enable people to take action to improve their lives by building on already existing knowledge and strengths.
Iqraa Trust Donates R 100 000 to Thanda After-Care towards a vehicle for the transportation of the kids
Thanda After-Care runs an Early Childhood Development (ECD) Programme which provides all-day educational activities adapted to the developmental needs of children aged two to four.
Iqraa Trust Donates R 375 000 to the Durban Child and Youth Care Center towards the Purchase of a Vehicle for the Organization
The Durban Child and Youth Care Center promote a safe and therapeutic environment, for children who are at risk because of neglect, abuse and orphanhood.
Iqraa Trust Donates R 150 000 to The Place of Restoration Trust as a contribution towards Medical Equipment and Nutritional Items
The Place of Restoration Trust is located in the Ugu District of Margate, Kwa Zulu Natal. The organization provides safe care, accommodation and nutritional meals for orphaned and vulnerable children.
Iqraa Trust Donates R75,000 towards Bophelong Day Care Project (Limpopo)
The organization therefore improves the lifestyle of the community by providing care and protection to the children of Zebediela within the Lepelle-Nkumpi Municipal Area in Limpopo Province.
Iqraa Trust Donates R225 000 To Support The Activities Of Al-Tawheed Islamic Centre
Al-Tawheed Islamic Centre is located in Lenasia, Gauteng. The organization is equipped with basic functions and facilities and assist the community by providing basic computer classes, Madrassah and Hifz classes, Sewing Skills classes, Distribution of Food Hampers to underprivileged families, Blanket Distribution during Winter and many other Social and Welfare Programs.
Iqraa Trust Donates R200 000 to Careline Crisis and Trauma Centre towards the establishment of a computer centre
Careline Crisis and Trauma Centre is located in Hillcrest, Durban. The organization assist the survivors of crime, domestic violence and drug abuse. Careline offers both outpatient and after care programmes for clients, this includes individual counselling, group therapy, and random drug testing and there is no fee attached to these services.
Iqraa Trust Donates R200,000 to The Homestead (Cape Town)
The Homestead’s mission is to help street children reconstruct their shattered lives and to provide early intervention services to children at risk in disadvantaged communities. The aim is to prevent children ending up on the streets and where this fails to re-integrate children into society or provide residential care.