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Alwasila

AlWasila Trust was created to provide opportunities for Muslims to help fellow Muslims.

Officially registered as a trust in Pakistan in the year 2012; AlWasila has been functioning informally since 2007. Over the years AlWasila has evolved from an individual’s humble efforts in the field of micro-finance, healthcare and community support to a widely recognized trust that holds seven subsidiary not-for-profit programs.

The Trust was founded by Asim Ismail, whose background in academics and entrepreneurship has greatly benefited the project. Along with AlWasila, Asim Ismail is the founder and principal of Fajr Academy, Fatiha Academy, Tarbiyah International curriculum and Tarbiyah International workshops.

AlWasila operates projects in the field of micro finance, healthcare, community service, and disaster relief management.

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Our Vision

Aim

Our Vision

"To seek the pleasure and reward of Almighty Allah, and to help others in doing so as well"

Our Work

What we have done

Our Work

Balochistan Earthquake 2009

Distributed relief worth Rs.32 million

Sindh Flood 2010

Collected over Rs.30 million, meeting the basic necessities of 18000 people and adopting 88 families by providing them initial housing, food supplies and start-up loans. Six boats were purchased to rescue people and bring them to land.

Sindh Flood 2011

Collected over Rs.15 million, mostly disbursed as food supplies. Boats were again used to rescue people and the cattle on which their livelihoods depend.

Syria

Close to 28000 people were helped with special focus on more than 9000 widows and 2800 orphans. 8000 $ went into healthcare. Masjid, madarsah, schools, washrooms and play areas were built. Charity and iftar were provided.

Africa (Somalia)

A water project was initiated that covered 3 areas and 10000 individuals daily. Provided livelihood to over 2000 people. 12000 families received aid and food rations monthly. 610 orphans were adopted

Burma

1700 in Aceh and 1200 families in Arakan have been given food rations and donations. 2 mosques and a school have been built.

Our Projects

Our Projects

Ways to Donate

Donate

Ways to Donate

Types of Funds

You can make a donation to Zakat or Sadqa Fund

You can make a Zakat or Sadqa contribution to support Muslims vicitms in Burma / Syria / Somalia / Pakistan

Amenities and Services

If you would like to contribute any amenities and services please contact us.

Power Box

Power Box

What is it?

The Alwasila Power Box is a two way box that is a part of your home. It is a cozy tissue-paper-plus- calendar unit that is much more than just a penny bank. It is a reminder for you to teach your children the importance of saving and sharing. A list of occasion is printed on it to guide you when to drop in few rupees. Whether it is left over change, or any amount other, this box ensures that you have a medium instantly available to you.

When?

Suggestion List: You can drop in some khair;

> For any good news in the family

> For an upcoming family or business event

> Before and during Exams

> If sickness befalls any family member

> When the family is going through a hard time

> Before starting a new project/work

> As a fine for delaying salah

> Before or after purchasing something new

> For feeling blessed

> In gratitude

> To help fellow Muslims in troubled lands

Why?

Simply because you want to please Allah, help ease pain, and secure your akhirah. Sadaqah is one of the clearest indications of the sincerity of one’s faith, a cure for greed, and protector from calamities and trials. When this is such a powerful act, why not get the Power Box and start spreading khair

And What is more?

You don’t have to worry about who to give it to. We collect it from your home and deliver it to the deserving. We will also add you to our whatsapp group where updates and surprises will keep this interaction fresh and alive.

 
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