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Donors and well-wishers who give goods in kind must bear in mind that in order for the Zakah to be fulfilled, the items must be in a usable and good condition. At times expired and unusable items have been received by the Darul Ihsan Welfare Department as Zakah disbursement.
The Darul Ihsan team made its way to the northern parts of KwaZulu-Natal this past weekend - 19/20 June 2021 - to conduct the “Sponsor-A-Blanket” initiative in Vryheid and surrounding areas.
Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre together with the Office of the KwaZulu-Natal Premier and the Nelly Zikalala Foundation aim to help the poorest of the poor in the province.
Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre held its latest Learner Development Programme entitled ‘Fixing Potholes’ with tertiary learners over the past weekend (Saturday, 12 June 2021).
The Darul Ihsan Fatwa Department is continuing to make a difference within the community by fielding hundreds of queries and issuing Islamic rulings on a monthly basis.
Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre recently completed its latest drilling of boreholes in KwaMashu, KZN and Lenasia, Gauteng. The latest installations take the number of boreholes commissioned in 2021 to three, with a fourth one in the pipeline that will be drilled in the Free State.
Most of us have seen the wooden units at the entrance of Masajid across South Africa where our unwanted Islamic newspapers and books are disposed.
Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre has completed its Outreach and Feeding Programme audit for the month of Ramadan with plenty of positive feedback following strong efforts to serve the community.
Durban: The Darul Ihsan Relief and Feeding Department remains one of the busiest on-the-ground units within the organisation, striving to help people across the greater Durban on a daily basis.
Darul Ihsan has responded to assist the community of Parlock with the ongoing water crisis in the area over the past few days.
Darul Ihsan’s “Sponsor-A-Blanket” is an annual blanket distribution drive that has been steadfast for over a decade. Quality blankets are distributed nationally to the most impoverished and cold hit areas of our country. The drive is now in full swing as the organisation bids to reach its 6000 target over the next few weeks.
The Darul Ihsan Social Department provides, counselling, mediation and dispute resolution services for the community.
Establishing and coordinating a madrasah in a rural area can be a thankless task.
Darul Ihsan is bracing itself for yet another busy Iftar Feeding Programme that will officially begin with the first day of Ramadan on Wednesday, 13 April 2021.
With an average of 1,5 million a month and hundreds of desperate families and individuals assisted, the Darul Ihsan Welfare Department is continuing to fulfil its quest to help the poor.
Just over 30 youth from the eThekwini region were recently taken through a workshop facilitated by Darul Ihsan on the subject of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the implications that this new phenomenon poses to the world.