Charity

Little Fighters Cancer Trust Projects

Little Fighters Cancer Trust Projects

Written by on October 14, 2011 in Charity with 0 Comments

Daisy ward for cancer fighters – Cape Town visit  Little fighters Cancer Trust very active facebook page for up to date info regarding this –https://www.facebook.com/Little.Fighters Hallo there LFCT Supporters! As you know, we have adopted all the Children with Cancer at St Joseph’s Home in Cape Town. They house up to 60 Children with Cancer […]

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There is Hope, story of two mothers

There is Hope, story of two mothers

Written by on September 29, 2011 in Charity with 15 Comments

I was busy on twitter and saw this pictures of Lioness and her lion cub and had to share it with you.  In contrast to the little baby Caleb Hope  that was thrown in the rubbish bin for ants to eat. According to Sowetan A newborn baby boy found wrapped in a blanket at a […]

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Rhino Day – How Can I help?

Rhino Day – How Can I help?

Written by on September 22, 2011 in Charity with 0 Comments

How can I help the Rhinos?   1. Get a Rhino Bag from Woolworths and Isikhwama 2. Get a bracelet from Rhino Force or 3. adopt a Rhino from WWF. 4. Help Save the Rhino International    5. Get a my Planet Card from My school to support –  “EWT MyPlanet Rhino Fund”   httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96LTAkDItIY&feature=pyv According to […]

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Little Fighters Cancer Trust – Ghanaan Amardien

Little Fighters Cancer Trust – Ghanaan Amardien

Written by on September 2, 2011 in Charity with 2 Comments

  September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month The objective of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month is to spotlight childhood cancer and survivorship issues related to childhood cancer nationally. To make us more aware of this disease in children we were asked to help Ghanaan Amardien who desperately needs our help.     Dear Nanima.   I was […]

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Help with Starvation in Somalia

Help with Starvation in Somalia

Written by on July 20, 2011 in Charity with 1 Comment

Two-year-old Aden Salaad looks up toward his mother as she bathes him in a tub at a Doctors Without Borders hospital, where Aden is receiving treatment for malnutrition, in Dagahaley Camp, outside Dadaab, Kenya Picture: AP/Rebecca Blackwell       1 Man 1 Can Page Founded 20th July 2011 Location Distributed, Johannesburg, South Africa About […]

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Cover Me Campaign

Cover Me Campaign

Written by on June 23, 2011 in Charity, Nanima Foundation with 1 Comment

  11 May 2012 Target MET – funds for 150 blankets collected on 11 May 2012 Sadiyya Haffejee  went to the Mogaba pre school yesterday, situated in Etwatwa in Daveyton area. The organisation was started by a group of women who run the pre school (40 kids) and also do home based care. They received a […]

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Climbing Kilimanjaro for Maternal Health

Climbing Kilimanjaro for Maternal Health

Written by on May 19, 2011 in Charity with 0 Comments

  2 brothers and good friend of mine, Productive Muslim are taking part in the Kilimanjaro Challenge 2011- Maternal Health.  A ten-day trek to summit the tallest mountain in Africa This epic challenge will be taking place during June this year to raise money for charity and  they would really appreciate your support =) A journey to the top of […]

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Help Ilhaam and Luqmaan

Help Ilhaam and Luqmaan

Written by on November 2, 2010 in Charity with 0 Comments

HOT OFF THE PRESS!! Ladies! “Food From The Heart” , the recipe collection initiative in aid of Ilhaam and LuqmaanDawood is now available! Your efforts will be rewarded by Allah , Insha Allah! Purchase your copy now! Only R100! Every cent in sales is directed towards their stem cell treatment which costs a staggering R700 000. […]

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Bismillah trust pampers the pensioners

Bismillah trust pampers the pensioners

Written by on October 16, 2010 in Charity with 0 Comments

South Africans in general are very fortunate to be living in a country that is not only peaceful but is also developed in diverse fields. However, whilst enjoying the blessings of this prosperity, South Africans need to also reach out and help others who may not be so fortunate. The Bismillah Trust, established over 25 […]

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The only solution to poverty – 2.5% can heal the world

The only solution to poverty – 2.5% can heal the world

Written by on October 15, 2008 in Charity with 2 Comments

  What Can 2.5% Do? I’m sure you’ve heard of Bill Gates. Most likely, you are currently using at least one of the products his company, Microsoft has produced. He is one of the richest men in the world, currently worth $58 billion. Now, just imagine if he gave away 2.5% of his money to […]

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