HRF’s work is diverse, and projects range from setting up sponsorship schemes to responding to emergencies. HRF has also worked alongside other organisations in the attempt to eliminate misery, poverty and suffering. The main projects we run are education, health clinics, sponsorships, clean water and emergency aid work. HRF aims to reach out to those people in dire need and has shown to contribute significantly to people faced with situations of conflict, violence, unrest and natural disasters.
HRF has worked and still works in many Muslim and non-Muslim countries, alongside both Muslim and non-Muslim organisation and individuals. HRF operates on a strict code of conducts and ethics and does not discriminate on the grounds of race, religion, sex, colour or political affiliation. HRF is also associated with the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies who set out the non-discriminatory guidelines.
We would strongly encourage anybody who is willing to help and support our causes by making donations. You can do this by making either an online donation, via the phone or by post. We would also welcome anyone who wishes to volunteer or has a particular skill set that could help us to achieve our objectives.
Yes you can, you can do this either online, or by calling us at our head office to specify which country and cause you would like your donation to go. If you choose to donate via post or over the phone, just remember to provide us with all the necessary details.
Gift Aid is one of the simplest and most effective ways of giving to charity. Using Gift Aid means that for every pound you give, the charity you are supporting will receive an extra 25 pence from the Inland Revenue. This means that a £10 Gift Aid donation, is worth £12.50 to the charity – imagine what a difference that could make to the charity you support, and it doesn’t cost you a thing!
On top of this, higher rate taxpayers are eligible to reclaim as much as £23 from the taxman for every £100 donated to charity, by including details of their Gift Aid donations on their Self Assessment form. Next time you give a donation to charity, make sure you use Gift Aid. Look out for the ‘Gift Aid It’ logo or tick box on the donation from or appeal, complete the declaration and send it off.