Charity Tandem Skydive in aid of the Muazzam Ali Shaheed Welfare Trust
Muazzam Ali Shaheed Trust UK is a unique trust that doesn’t just help the poor in Pakistan by providing food, we ensure people are cared for in all aspects of life such as employment qualifications/skills, shelter, free medical treatment and advice, education and financial help.
The charity has many on-going projects such as the newly opened welfare hospital, the Al Kasim institute which helps children with special needs and many other projects such as helping the poor gain the skills and qualifications needed for employment and providing clean water and sanitation to prevent life threatening illnesses.
With your support…
They have now opened a free Hospital
With the increasing population in Jhelum, the demand for hospital facilities grew. Patients requiring surgery were referred to hospitals 70 to 100 miles away in Rawalpindi, Islamabad. Muazzam hospital decided to expand to meet this demand. A donation campaign was launched in 2003 to acquire land for a bigger hospital. Success came in the form of inflow of funds once again from family members and relatives in Pakistan and abroad.
They help children with special needs
Al Qasim Institute is a school for children with special needs. They have a collection & drop off service for the school and all children are provided with uniforms & lunch. This service is completely free and we have around 120 students. Each student is also given speech therapy and physiotherapy as well as being taught skills such as creative art and sports. Their aim is to provide children with a brighter future.
Sayyah Homes is an orphanage which was recently opened in 2014. The orphanage now cares for 25 brilliant & wonderful children, aged between 4 to 10 years old. Most of these children do not have any parents or only have one. Most of the single parents, cannot afford basic living expenses and the children are then left without a home. The hospital currently checks their health status every month and provides free clothing & medication for them.
Support for widows & young women
Al-Sadiq vocational institute helps widows and young women gain the skills they need to become self sufficient and support their families. The institute is fully equipped with sewing machines, knitting equipment and computers. Currently there are between 40 to 50 students that complete 3 to 6 courses and on completion of passing their exams receive a Diploma.
The charity have many other smaller projects that we also run, such as digging water wells due to urgent need of clean water and sanitation, giving out small interest free loans to businesses, supporting individuals to help them stand on their own feet, monthly stipends for widows, yearly Ramadan food packages and much more. Each year the charity provide more than 1000 food packs.
Other projects ran by the trust
The Muazzam trust UK has helped lots of people out of poverty and saved them from begging and going in to depression. The trust helps the person with interest free loan or setup small businesses as to their qualifications. These loans are from 20k to 50k rupees depending on the business.
The UK Trust helped and is also still helping the rural areas of Pakistan providing clean drinking water.
To book your charity skydive and raise money for the Muazzam Ali Shaheed Welfare Trust, go to our booking page or phone us on 01869 278706.
Registered charity no: 1163852