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The Social Department of Darul Ihsan Centre held a marriage enrichment workshop for spouses at the Inchanga Islamic Centre on Sunday, 9 August 2015, coinciding with National Women’s Day.

Every Ramadan, Darul Ihsan Centre facilitates a fully catered Iftar programme in certain disadvantaged areas. The idea is to bring the nourishment of good food and happiness to those who do not normally enjoy this privilege even in Ramadan.

Driven by the spirit of sharing and caring that is generated by the blessed month of Ramadan and the tremendous virtues of feeding a fasting person, with the grace of Allah Ta’ala, the annual kajoor project of Darul Ihsan Centre has completed another year of successful distribution and provision of dates to the community.

Darul Ihsan Centre’s ‘Sponsor-a-Blanket’ drive took itself to Ratanda, near Heidelberg in Gauteng where another 100 blankets were distributed. The blankets were distributed on Sunday, 28 June amongst elderly women and men from the Ratanda location at the community hall.

For the second year running the residents of Roshnee, Dadaville and Arcon Park contributed towards the distribution of blankets in the Vaal area. This year the community rallied strongly to provide 100 high quality blankets to be distributed amongst the elderly in Sharpeville.

Darul Ihsan Centre’s annual ‘Sponsor-a-Blanket’ campaign has delivered thousands of blankets nationally to the less privileged in some of the coldest places in the country. The project is driven by the ‘Muslim Empowerment Fund’ (MEF) of Darul Ihsan Centre. In the MEF’s most recent outreach for winter, blankets were distributed in Cape Town and Howick.

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