Latest At Darul Ihsan
Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre hosted a successful senior citizens lunch at Botata Primary school in KwaNdengezi on 10 December, 2022. The attendance was amazing and much more than anticipated.
Volunteering sisters of Pietermaritzburg and the Darul Ihsan Relief Team, attended the Northdale Clinic Open Day on Saturday; 29 October 2022.
Darul Ihsan Centre, through its ‘Literature Collection Projection’, continues to uplift and educate communities by the provision of much needed Islamic literature.
Over the past Saturday; 8 October 2022; a programme for young sisters themed ‘Discovering the Treasure Within’ was held at the Darul Ihsan Centre, in Sea Cow Lake.
The Isipingo Beach Intermediate School extended heartfelt thanks and appreciation to Darul Ihsan Centre for its help and guidance with a school counsellor.
The Welfare Department of Darul Ihsan spends a considerable amount of the monthly Zakat budget on assisting people with their grocery needs for the month. The assistance is rendered through grocery vouchers, monthly transfers, grocery hampers and general assistance.
South Africa has experienced an influx of refugees through its borders after 1994. Many have fled poverty and war in their home countries, thus leaving them vulnerable and in need.