The Al-Imdaad Foundation runs various social welfare projects to assist and uplift poor, needy and underprivileged individuals and families. While we strongly believe in empowering communities to become self-reliant, we recognise that economic hardship is all too common for many South Africans. Our social welfare projects include monthly food vouchers, financial assistance for refugees, assisting families with rent and electricity payments, and monthly allowances to supplement the income of families whose primary breadwinner has lost his/her job.

Western Cape Outreach Programmes

04 Dec 2017

Numerous poor areas and informal settlements in the Western Cape face difficult socioeconomic conditions. Many families struggle against the difficulties brought about by gangsterism, teenage pregnancies and drugs. Al-Imdaad Foundation’s office in the Western Cape often engages in outreach programmes to address the needs of vulnerable residents whether in the form of nutritional assistance, regular support or seasonal activities.


08 Apr 2020

The siege over the Gaza Strip has been in place since 2007, and has devastated key sectors in the territory. The blockade has resulted in 90% of the people in the Gaza Strip living beneath the poverty line and depending on humanitarian aid for their needs. The food insecurity rate has also spiked and currently reaches 57% across the Gaza Strip. Due to the sustained siege and recurrent wars, thousands of families are homeless and cannot even afford to secure the basic food needs of their families....

Refugee and IDP Rehabilitation

31 Oct 2017

In South Africa there exists refugee communities, from Somalia, East and Central Africa and other regions. These communities often struggle with essential needs and sometimes are subject to discrimination and Xenophobic violence. Al-Imdaad Foundation makes it a point to reach out to needy refugee communities especially in the context of xenophobia where they may become internally displaced due to violence and discrimination.

Social Welfare programme

26 Oct 2009

There many people who fall through the cracks in society and struggle to get by day to day due to illness, disability, unemployment or social exclusion. While the ideal is always to empower communities and individuals to be self-sufficient, the Al-Imdaad Foundation understands that the poverty that stares so many South Africans in the face every day is a harsh reality difficult to escape. Our social welfare projects aim to support these people through monthly food vouchers, rehabilitation programs,...

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