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Why Sponsor an Orphan?

"Blessed is the wealth of the Muslim, from which he gives to the poor,
the orphan and the wayfarer." (Muslim)

What do your children mean to you? And how would you feel if you couldn’t be there to love, guide and protect them?

An estimate of over 200 million children worldwide have experienced the loss of a parent. A lot of these children come from disadvantaged backgrounds

When losing a parent, access to education, the sustenance of nutritious meals, the protection of shelter and the chance of a secure future all become an impossible dream. This is why the responsibility of care for the orphan falls on all of us.

Who could be more deserving of our help than the child who has no one?

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R600 per month or R7 200 per year

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Your Donation

Your donation provides each orphan with:

Education & Training

Welfare & Support

Nutrition & Health

Meet Some of Our Sponsored Orphans

Ikhlas: Sudan’s Star Student

When the Muslim Hands team was visiting the School of Excellence in Sudan in March 2015, they had the pleasure of spending the day with one of its top pupils, 12 year old Ikhlas Abdul Wahhab

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Finding a Future: Maruf’s Journey to Sylhet

Read more about how 13 year old Maruf left his village to build a better future through the Muslim Hands School of Excellence in Sylhet, Bangladesh.

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Our Work in Pictures

With over 20 years of experience in caring for orphans, our sponsorship programmes cover all aspects of a child's wellbeing.

This includes access to education, the provision of nutritious meals and healthcare and emotional support.

Giving to the Orphan Fund means you will be supporting our holistic approach to orphan care.

Orphan Fund

Muslim Hands ZA

Established in 1996, Muslim Hands South Africa is an aid agency and NGO aiming to help those affected by natural disasters, conflict and poverty. It is a branch of Muslim Hands UK established in 1993 in Nottingham.