Awqaf South Africa donates R500,000 to flood-stricken KwaZulu Natal Funds directed to water infrastructure support LOCAL NGO, Awqaf SA, will be donating R500,000 to water infrastructure projects in the flood-stricken KwaZulu Natal.
The Al-Tawheed Foundation was the happy recipient of nine laptops designed to help it in its vital work of running 19 centres based in vulnerable communities across the Gauteng province. The laptops were handed over to its founder, Sheikh Abdel-Salaam Bassiouni, the founder and CEO of the Foundation and its COO, Mohsin Desai, by AWQAF SA CEO, Zeinoul Abedien Cajee. The ceremony took place at Al-Tawheed’s head office, the Bilal Centre, in Lenasia South.
NGO’S BOREHOLES COME TO THE RESCUE IN LENASIA WATER CRISIS. TWO boreholes, drilled at the Darul Shifa Centre for the elderly and the Darul Huda orphanage in Lenasia by local organisation AWQAF SA during May last year, came not only to the rescue of the institutes last week (14-15 October), but provided much-needed relief to neighbouring communities.
TWO boreholes, drilled at an elderly care centre, Darushifa, and the Al-Hudaar Orphanage and Madrasah in Lenasia, will save these NPOs thousands of rands in monthly running costs.
Awqaf SA in association with Roshgold Young Business Achiever Awards 2020-21 will be hosting a virtual launch. This session will be livestreamed to YouTube and Facebook.