Islamic Aid is a Muslim relief and development charity working to make immediate and lasting improvements to the lives of people affected by poverty, war and disaster. Islamic Aid believes that the world can and must be swiftly changed to one where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty.
Islamic Aid is working in many parts of the world to bring change that eradicates the causes of poverty, striving to achieve equality, dignity and freedom for all, regardless of faith or nationality.
Islamic Aid provides urgent, practical and effective assistance where need is great, tackling the root effects of poverty as well as its root causes.
Muslim Aid was established in the UK in 1985 by community leaders from 17 Islamic organisations in response to the drought in the Horn of Africa. As a leading and well established faith-based British humanitarian charity, Muslim Aid’s work is governed by the teachings of Islam, such as compassion, empathy, generosity and helping others in need. This is implemented through emergency responses and eliminating poverty and its causes by developing innovative and sustainable solutions that enable individuals and their communities to live with dignity.
UNICEF is the leading humanitarian and development agency working globally for the rights of every child. Child rights begin with safe shelter, nutrition, protection from disaster and conflict and traverse the life cycle: pre-natal care for healthy births, clean water and sanitation, health care and education.
UNICEF has spent over 60 years working to improve the lives of children and their families. Working with and for children through adolescence and into adulthood requires a global presence whose goal is to produce results and monitor their effects. UNICEF also lobbies and partners with leaders, thinkers and policy makers to advance the access of all children to their rights—especially the most disadvantaged.
Water Fall is a UK registered charity started in January 2011 to try and help the global water crisis,after seeing poverty in India, Africa and the struggle and problems for water.
We want to educate and encourage people to support and preserve the basic necessity of life and give this basic resource to people who also have a right over it.
Centrepoint is a charity in the United Kingdom which provides accommodation and support to homeless people aged 16–25. Prince William, Duke of Cambridge has been a patron of the organization since 2005. His mother Princess Diana was patron of the organization before she died. This was William’s first Patronage.   Its accommodation includes emergency nightshelters, short and long stay hostels, specialist projects for care leavers, ex-offenders, young single parents, foyers and supported flats and floating support services.
Additional support services include a health team and mental health team, specialist support to help young people back into education, training or employment, and the teaching of life skills. Centrepoint also runs volunteering schemes, such as mentoring, which pairs a person with a young person for 12 months. It currently works with almost 100 mentors.
The Save the Children Fund, commonly known as Save the Children, is an international non-governmental organization that promotes children’s rights, provides relief and helps support children in developing countries. It was established in the United Kingdom in 1919 in order to improve the lives of children through better education, health care, and economic opportunities, as well as providing emergency aid in natural disasters, war, and other conflicts.
In addition to the UK organisation, there are 30 other national Save the Children organisations who are members of Save the Children International, a global network of nonprofit organisations supporting local partners in over 120 countries around the world.
Orphans in Need is a leading, well-respected charity dedicated to improving and empowering the lives of vulnerable orphans and widows. A UK based organisation, we operate throughout the world supporting 9,000 orphans in 14 countries in numerous ways. We employ front-line staff supported by hundreds of volunteers.
Orphans in Need is not an emergency relief charity, we’re focused on sustainable solutions for our children and mothers. We carefully target our resources to obtain maximum benefits for as many orphans and widows as possible in our care. Through this focused approach we add value to our beneficiaries and donors.