Al-Imdaad Foundation
21 Apr 2012

Al-Imdaad launches Operation Winter Warmth 2012. We hope to reach over 60 000 recipients this winter

Al-Imdaad attends the launch of the Nkosi Dalibunga Mandela Legacy Bridge project

10 Jul 2012

After receiving an invitation to the launch of the Nkosi Dalibunga Mandela Legacy Bridge from Nkosi Zwelivelile Mandela, the Al-Imdaad Foundation attended the function and sponsored the distribution of 100 blankets to needy residents of the Mbashe area. The Al-Imdaad Foundation conducted an official hand over of the blankets alongside Nkosi Mandla Mandela and was thanked and acknowledged during the event which was also attended by HE President Jacob Zuma.

Bergville Ukhahlamba winter warmth distribution

18 Jun 2012

The Al-Imdaad Foundation in partnership with the KZN Provincial legislature and the Muslim Community of Bergville distributed blankets, hats and gloves to the needy residents of the Ukhahlamba Municiplity. The Al-Imdaad team was accompanied on this distribution by MP Mrs. Prudence Zondi. The distributions took place in some of the deepest rural areas including Emmaus, Stebhishini and Skirini. In addition a number of schools were also targetted for the distribution among them Manduluza School, KwaNkosana School and Nogaga school.

Operation Winter Warmth - 2012

19 Apr 2012

19 APRIL 2012 : KZN: The Al-Imdaad Foundation launched its 2012 Operation Winter Warmth campaign in KZN yesterday. The event which was attended by the 1st lady of the Province, Dr May Mkhize, was held in conjunction with the office of the Premier and the Vulamehlo Municipality which falls under the greater Ugu District Municipality. 7 May 2012: MSINGA, GREYTOWN: The Al-Imdaad Foundation in partnership with the Office of the Premier distributed blankets in the Msinga, Gretown area. A total number of 200 blankets were distributed with hats and gloves also being distributed to kids in a local creche. The Mayor of Greytown was also present at the distribution. 8 MAY 2012: GUGULETHU, CAPE TOWN: The Al-Imdaad Foundation carried out a historic blanket distribution in Gugulethu, Cape Town at which South Africa’s First Lady, Nonpumelelo Zuma and the Deputy Minister of International Relations and Co-Operation, Mr Marius Fransman were the guests of honour. This blanket distribution coincided with an event highlighting the rights that should be directed towards old and elderly citizens and somewhat fittingly, the recipients targeted by the Al-Imdaad Foundation, were the old residents of Gugelthu and its surrounding areas. AIF’s Qari Ziyaad Patel and Moulana Farouk Saloojee were on hand to facilitate the distribution where over a thousand blankets were distributed. The First Lady praised the Al-Imdaad Foundation for its global and local efforts and thanked AIF for its donation of quality blankets to the poor and old citizens of the area. Deputy Minister of International Relations and Co-Operation, Mr Marius Fransman also thanked AIF. Addressing the gathering, Qari Ziyaad Patel mentioned that the greatest asset we have in our society are our old citizens, as it is through their sacrifices that we are enjoying freedom and a better life today. 9 MAY 2012: DRIEFONTEIN, LADYSMITH: The Al-Imdaad Foundation in partnership with the Ladysmith Office of the Mayor distributed blankets to the needy recipients of Driefontein, Ladysmith on behalf of the Ideals Group. A large number of the beneficiaries were elderly people living in Driefontein, an impoverished area lying on the outskirts of Ladysmith. The Mayor of Ladysmith, Mr Madlala was present at the distribution at which 200 blankets were distributed. 11 MAY 2012: RABIE RIDGE/PRESIDENT PARK, GAUTENG: As part of AIF's continued Operation Winter Warmth drive, residents of an impoverished area between Johannesburg and Pretoria were identified as needy beneficiaries. The recipients of these blankets were highly appreciative and thanked Al-Imdaad for the kind gesture. 17 MAY 2012: BETHLEHEM, FREESTATE: The Al-Imdaad Foundation launches Operation Winter Warmth in the Free State with the Premier of the Province Mr Ace Magashule. Having allocated 1000 blankets for the Free State Province, The Al-Imdaad Foundation in partnership with the Department of Social Development distributed an initial amount of 500 blankets to the needy population of Selahlewe & Phola Park in Bethlehem. With many MEC's in attendance, the Premier Mr Ace Magashule and MEC Mlameili thanked the Al-Imdaad Foundation for the sterling work being carried out by the Foundation throughout South Africa. The Premier also acknowledged the efforts of Al-Imdaad in building a creche in Manguang, Bloemfontein. 19 MAY 2012: ALICE, KING WILLIAMS TOWN: The Al-Imdaad Foundation together with Nkonkobe Municipality distributed blankets to needy recipients in the suburb of Alice, King Williams Town. The Executive Mayor, Councillor Anele Ntsangani was present at the distribution. 22 May 2012: MDANTSANE, EAST LONDON: The Al-Imdaad Foundation distributed blankets to the midlands region of the Buffalo City Municipality. The Deputy Mayor and Municipal Manager of Buffalo City attended Al-Imdaad's distribution. 23 MAY 2012: KING WILLIAMS TOWN, INLAND AREA: The Al-Imdaad Foundation successfully carried out a blanket distribution in the inland region of the Buffalo City Municipality. 100 blankets were distributed in the presence of the Deputy Mayor and Ward Councillors. 30 MAY 2012: EAST LONDON, COASTAL AREA: The Al-Imdaad Foundation continued its winter warmth distribution in the Eastern Cape by handing out 100 blankets to needy recipients in the coastal region of the Buffalo City Mincipality. The Deputy Mayor and Ward Councillors were present at the function held at the East London City Hall. 31 May 2012: CAROLINA, MPUMALANGA: The Al-Imdaad Foundation continued to expand its winter warmth initiative by introducing the project in the town of Carolina, Mpumalanga. Working in conjunction with the Carolina Muslim community in what marks their first winter warmth initiative, The Al-Imdaad Foundation distributed 315 blankets and 200 hats and gloves to needy recipients in various old age homes, schools and crèches scattered across the vicinity of Carolina. 03 JUNE 2012: MBHASHE MUNICIPALITY, IDUTYWA, WILLOWVALE: The Al-Imdaad Foundation together with the Mbhashe Municipality distributed 100 blankets to needy recipients in the suburb of Idutywa, Willowvale. The Deputy Mayor and Municipal Manager of the Mbhashe Municipality attended Al-Imdaad's distribution. 09 JUNE 2012: ZAMIMPILO INFORMAL SETTLEMENT, GAUTENG: Coincidently, this was one of the coldest days thus far. As part of AL IMDAAD's Operation Winter Warmth 2012, the poor residents of this informal settlement were recipients of warm blankets, warm hats and gloves. These really came in handy as the temperatures dipped close to -2 degrees. Zamimpilo is an informal settlement with no basic services leaving its residents to live in makeshift shelters which are not even well insulated. Therefore, these shelters serve no protection to the outside elements especially the cold and harsh winter weather. 23 June 2012: HORSESHOE, GAUTENG: The Johannesburg Muslim School partnered with AIF in distributing winter warmers to the community of Horseshoe. Once again, it was a freezing cold day due to the cold front that affected parts of the country. Learners from the Johannesburg Muslim School were on hand to lend a helping hand and experienced firsthand AIF’s procedures and accountability measures when distributing aid. The learners also had an opportunity to interact with the recipients especially the young children from the surrounding informal settlements. Al Imdaad Foundation acknowledges its cordial partnership with the Johannesburg Muslim School and its learners. 01 July 2012: Al-Imdaad Foundation in partnership with Ethekwini Municipality and Operation Sukuma Sakhe distributed 1200 blankets to the needy recipients of the Ethekwini area in the KZN province. The distribution took place at the Durban City Hall. Al-Imdaad Foundation also donated 1000 food packs, 15 wheelchairs, 200 warm hats and gloves for the needy people of the region. The distribution was also graced by the Honourable Mayor of Ethekwini, Mr.James Nxumalo, Exco members of the Ethekwini Municipality and members from Operation Sukuma Sakhe. 12 July 2012: UMTATA, EASTERN CAPE: The Al-Imdaad Foundation distributed 800 blankets to needy residents of the Umtata area alongside Nkosi Mandla Mandela and his wife. The distributions were funded in partnership with Mvezo Development Trust and the Ideals Group. The elderly, disabled and patients at the Zingisa rehabilitation centre were also singled out for this distribution. The event had a strong media presence with members of the Cape Argus and SABC in attendednce.

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