It is said that those who spend on charity will be richly rewarded. Throughout decades, people have searched for ways to contribute to the society they live in. The holy month of Ramadan is one such opportunity. Muslims around the world donate to the less fortunate. It can be intimidating to choose from lots of worthy charity organisations
This year update your Ramadan giving guide with these 9 small scale NGOs:
Protection And Help of Children Against Abuse And Neglect – Pahchaan (@Pahchaan) alleviates children from all walks of life without any discrimination. They help to build the capacity of caregivers. Moreover, Pahchaan creates awareness amongst parents, service providers, the government and the masses through objective measures for the protection and empowerment of children against abuse and neglect.
Visit them here!
Todd’s Welfare Society (@tws.pk) is dedicated to saving the lives of animals.
It protects animals by providing shelter and cares for those that are lost, abandoned, neglected, injured, sick or abused; improving the quality of life of animals. Field officers rescue on a daily basis in response to requests made by concerned members of the public.
Visit them here!
Rehel (@rehel.org) believes that numerous children in Pakistan are victims of the worst kinds of abuses.
They believe the fundamental rights of the child as defined in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child should be considered paramount in all areas of contemporary society in order to ensure children’s welfare, safety and their ability to grow into adults who will be fully responsible to their community.
Give them your zakat here!
Next Generation Pakistan (@nextgenerationpak) is a youth-driven organisation. It began as an effort towards increasing access to education for less privileged children but has now branched into other important issues of social inequity.
Contribute to their cause here!
Prevention of blindness trust (@pobtrust.org) has been in operation since 2007.
So far they have provided free services to 15,34,000 in OPD and 1,81,000 cataract patients have been operated.
Seed Out (@seedout) helps aspiring micro-entrepreneurs access the tools, training, and support they need to lead a more productive life.
Seed Out does not provide hard cash. Instead, they focus on capacity building and setting up the business. So far it has raised 1269 entrepreneurs.
Visit them here!
Rizq (@rizq.sharefood) works day and night to eliminate hunger. They work in four ways. Rizq bachao is a campaign in which they pick up excess food from donors and redistribute it.
Their Rizq Ration program is a year-long subsidized food assistance program for families suffering from food insecurity. Lastly, they have the Rizq Daigh program in which you can donate money for a daigh that serves 70 hungry people.
Visit their website to donate here!
Transparent Hands (@TransparentHands) offers a complete range of free healthcare services including medical and surgical treatments, medical camps and providing telehealth facilities to the underprivileged community of Pakistan.
So far they have treated 23,220 patients.
Go to their website here!
Hope Uplift Foundation (@hopeupliftfoundation) has a mission to act as a bridge between the rich and the poor.
It has worked on many projects ranging from public assistance to education.
Check them out here!
All NGOs are selected by the editors