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Welfare Department

The ‘Welfare Department’ of Darul Ihsan Centre assists the less privileged, poor and needy for a host of needs such as food vouchers, covering costs for transport, rental assistance, etc., etc.

 

The ‘Welfare Department’ also assists those who need medical help.

Often, due to emergency health complications and the lack of resources, persons - particularly those who are within our welfare outreach – are assisted with referrals to private health professionals and private health institutions when state clinics, state health centres and hospitals cannot provide them with the necessary and timeous primary health care.

In Ramadan (2017) we had some cases needing urgent medical attention.

Amongst them was a lady (a ‘revert’ to Islam) who needed immediate medical procedures to save her eyesight and the Welfare Department expediently attended to the emergency.

Further, even prior to that the Welfare Department attended to some severe medical complications the lady had experienced.

Below is her letter of thanks to Darul Ihsan Centre.

Assalamu Alaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu

To whom it may concern

RE: LETTER OF APPRECIATION

This letter is to give my utmost thank you and show appreciation for the generosity that was extended to me in the Holy month of Ramadan in my desperate time of need.

Putting words in writing is not enough of the thank you I wish to extend with regards to the acts of kindness I experienced.

May Allah reward you and your family abundantly and may He bestow the greatest of His blessings on you, may Allah increase your barakah for many years to come, may Allah grant you and your family the best of both worlds and may Allah continue to use you for humanity, In Shaa Allah, Ameen.

You and your family will forever be in my Dua’s.

With heartfelt gratitude and thank you.
Nazeera

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