Aishah Help is a charity that works with vulnerable women and children. We reach out to those individuals who are in the greatest of need, suffering hardship, disadvantaged, isolated or marginalised from society and help them become independent.
We strive for a world full of hope and free of poverty where people live in dignity, helping the vulnerable wherever our help is needed.
Our mission is to give people hope and serve vulnerable communities in dignified ways by responding to their needs.
Aishah Help is also inspired by the great legacy of Aishah Bint Abi Bakr (ra) the Mother of the believers. The wife of prophetMuhammad (saw). Aishah (ra) spent her time in learning and acquiring knowledge. Aishah (ra) not only possessed great knowledge but took an active part in education and social reform.O
We remain guided by the timeless values and teachings of the Qur’an and the prophetic example (Sunnah).
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What we do:
QUALITY EDUCATION: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.
ZERO HUNGER: A profound change of the global food and agriculture system is needed if we are to nourish the 815 million people who are hungry today
NO POVERTY: End Poverty in All its Forms Everywhere
PALESTINE AID: Palestine Aid works for the health and dignity of Palestinians living under occupation and as refugees. We provide immediate medical aid to those in great need, while also developing local capacity and skills to ensure the long-term development of the Palestinian people
SISTERS IN NEED: Giving hope with food on the table to widows and orphans. One who cares for widows and the poor is like those who fight in the way of Allah or those who spend their days fasting and their nights praying.” [Al-Bukhari]