Our projects we do includes:
Ramadan Feed The Poor Program
Helping the poor and needy children gives them the chance to learn again, providing backpacks and school supplies to families who can’t afford them. And whenever disaster strikes, we’re on the ground fast, distributing the aid needed most.
FREE Youth Empowerment program
Back to school free donation for less privileged
After school teaching feeding for children
Rafeeeqee Foundation decided to establish After-School Tawheed, Qura’an and Arabic learning centres (including teaching of English, Maths, and science), with the sole aim of improving the quality of education of the indigent students in these communities, while providing light meals to motivate them.
We found out that there is a high level of poverty
High levels of cultural Islam
High need for Islamic Education
High need for Secular educations because Muslim children are not competing at the same levels as non-Muslims.
Recommendations for Program Planning
By serving the poor and helping the weak Muslims, Rafeeqee Foundation fulfills a much needed requirement of our faith. Based on tahweed, love, peace, mercy, and service to humanity, we are leaving a legacy of altruism by giving back to our communities. Allaah, the Almighty says in the Qur’an, “[… So] whoever does an atom’s weight of good will see it (will be rewarded for it accordingly).” 99:7.
With this wonderful opportunity for a sadaqa jariyah (ongoing charity/continuous rewards), we welcome your generous support in fulfilling our vision in building the life of fellow Muslims by donating towards our charitable project.
“…and lend Allah a goodly loan, it shall be increased manifold (to their credit), and theirs shall be an honorable good reward (i.e. Paradise).” Qur’aan 57:18
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