Al-Imdaad Foundation
31 Dec 2014

The Al-Imdaad Foundation continues to be a key player in the fight against poverty.

Al-Imdaad Foundation Helping to promote Mobility in KZN

23 Dec 2015

On December 24th a team from the Al-Imdaad Foundation visited the Ramakrishna Enthabeni Elderly home and hospice centre where they conducted a joint distribution of wheel chairs to residents at the home. The distribution was conducted in conjunction with the Mayor of eThekwini, Mr James Nxumalo and the Local Task Team of Operation Sukuma Sakhe.

Distribution at eMondlo

23 Dec 2015

Also on the 24th of December in eMondlo, near the town of Vryheid, the Al-Imdaad Foundation together with the Local Task Teams of Operation Sukuma Sakhe and the COGTA MEC Nomusa Dube distributed hygiene packs and walking sticks to identified members of the local community. Through these distributions the foundation hopes to promote better hygiene practices and to help ensure mobility amongst the elderly.

Al-Imdaad Foundation helps to furnish a new home for a needy family

16 Dec 2015

In Mid December 2015, the Al-Imdaad Foundation joined an effort to provide comfortable shelter to needy residents of Cottonwood farm in KZN. A new house was built for the family by the local OSS branch and the Al-Imdaad Foundation contributed a stove, three months’ worth of groceries, mattresses and blankets to the beneficiaries.

KZN Premier visits Al-Imdaad Foundation Head Office

27 Oct 2015

On Wednesday October 28th the Honourable Premier of KZN Mr. Senzo Mchunu visited the head offices of the Al-Imdaad Foundation in the town of Estcourt in Northern KZN. The visit formed part of a cabinet OSS tour in the region. The honourable premier was briefed about the Al-Imdaad Foundation’s activities and proceeded to take a tour of the Al-Imdaad Foundation’s Organic Community Garden Project. He also indicated the willingness of his office to sign aan MOU with the Al-Imdaad Foundation to closer integrate activities and increase cooperation.

Medical Outreach Programme with OSS and IMA

24 Oct 2015

On a blistering hot day in late October, the Al-Imdaad Foundation joined a group of Medical Volunteers from the Islamic Medical Association (IMA), the KZN Department of Health and Operation Sukuma Sakhe to implement a day long medical outreach programme in Driefontein, near Ladysmith in northern KZN. The programme saw many patients treated for eye conditions, dental problems and general diagnosis. Several chronic conditions were also attended to. As part of the programme, the Al-Imdaad Foundation distributed walking sticks and hygiene packs to elderly and infirm members of the local community for which they were especially grateful. Learners from the Islamic Educational Centre were part of the Outreach team and played a pivotal role in registering and streamlining patients on a day that proved to be extremely busy and exhausting.

OSS Distribution in Entateni

14 Oct 2015

The Al-Imdaad Foundation in partnership with the Office of the UThukela District Municipality and under the banner of Operation Sukuma Sakhe handed over the following items to needy Senior citizens, school learner and young ladies of the Emtateni area in Ladysmith Municipality: • 100 hygiene packs • 100 walking sticks • 2 wheelchairs The Honourable Mayor of the UThukela District Municipality Cllr DCP Mazibuko and Deputy Mayor of Ladysmith Cllr Mfusi were both in attendance at the distribution event.

Commemoration of King Langalibalele

02 Oct 2015

The Al-Imdaad Foundation in partnership with OSS , uThukela Municipality and the Hlubi Kingdom participated in a commemoration event for King Langalibalele. As part of the intervention 100 blankets, walking sticks, 2 wheelchairs and food parcels were distributed to needy community members in the Hlatikhulu area in the Imbabazane Local Municipality.

OSS 2015 Distribution - Phofini Creche, Mngwenya, Weenen

18 Jun 2015

In a recent joint activity with OSS that took place on Thursday the 18th of June in the heavily rural Mngwenya area near Weenen, the Al-Imdaad Foundation partnered with the Office of the Speaker, Mr CJ Nunes to address critical needs of learners at the Phofini Creche. These learners were suffering very difficult conditions as they had no chairs or tables to sit at and were forced to sleep on the cold floor. The Al-Imdaad Foundation had been requested by the Speaker, Mr Nunes to assist with an intervention to relieve some of the difficulties faced by these young children. The Al-Imdaad Foundation thus responded by providing 10 small tables, 40 chairs and blankets to meet the needs of the young children at the crèche. Hassan Shazi, the Al-Imdaad Foundation representative at the 18th of June handover described the great appreciation expressed by the Phofini Creche teachers and their relief that the young children would now be in comfort.

OSS 2015 Walking Sticks & Wheelchair Distribution - Van Reenen

06 Jun 2015

Walking sticks and wheel chairs were distributed in the Van Reenen area of Northern Natal to help elderly and disabled community members to overcome their difficulties.

OSS 2015 Distribution - Hammarsdale

04 Jun 2015

Blankets, Walking Sticks and wheel chairs were distributed in Hammarsdale alongside the honourable Director-General of KwaZulu-Natal, Mr Nhlanhla Ngidi & eThekwini municipality mayor, Mr James Nxumalo. The AL-Imdaad Foundation's intervention will provide much needed comfort for the elderly and disabled residents of the area.

OSS 2015 Cabinet Day with the Premier of KwaZulu Natal, Mr Edward Senzo Mchunu - Dannhauser

26 May 2015

Blankets and Walking sticks were distributed to Senior Citizens in Durnacol, Dannhauser. The interventions would provide much needed warmth and comfort for these vulnerable senior citizens especially in the wake of the winter months. The handover was carried out by the Al-Imdaad Foundation in conjunction with the Premier of KwaZulu Natal, Mr Edward Senzo Mchunu, the MEC for Health Dr Sibongiseni Maxwell Dhlomo and the Amajuba District Operation Sukuma Sakhe Chairperson, Dr NY Mahlubi.

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