Our Income generation projects allows people to become self-sufficient and allows them to maintain and bring dignity into their lives. This helps families to have a secure and stable income to live off.
Our main priority will be to support widows who have no ‘breadwinner’ in their family and males who have no form of income to provide for their families.
There are different ways in which we will be providing support:
- Sewing machines.
- Cycle rickshaws.
- Seeds and Farming equipment.
- Livestock for breeding and diary produce.
- Financial and mentoring support for small start up businesses.
Income Generation schemes are a source of Sadaqah Jariyah for the donor and lead to innumerable rewards. Many beneficiaries continuously send supplications of forgiveness for those who helped them start their lives again.
Dabbagh Welfare Trust
- Who we are
Dabbagh Welfare Trust is a charity based in Manchester UK and is set up by a group of volunteers to help the neediest people around the world.
- Our vision, mission and values
Dabbagh Welfare Trust is trying to help those orphans in their countries with your kind help. Therefore, our appeal to any person who wishes to extend their help to those orphans in Bangladesh and Pakistan. Please extend your kind donations to Dabbagh Welfare Trust to help those orphans to provide them shelter, food, clothing, education and health.
- Our philosophy
Dabbaagh Welfare Trust is a charity wing of Tareeqah Muhammadiyah, which aims to help the world’s poorest people with their sufferings, by distributing collectively; Sadka, Zakat and Lillah in a prophetic way.
- Press releases
Press Releases coming soon.
Ways to donate
- International Payments
International Banking Code:
Branch Identifier Code:
- Direct Bank Payment
If you would like to give your donation in person then simply call into any HSBC Bank and pay into the following account:
Account number: 31552678
Sort code: 40-25-23
“It is better that a person should take a rope and bring a bundle of wood on his back to sell so that Allah may preserve his honour, than that he should beg from people (regardless of whether they give to him or refuse him.”
Financial and mentoring support for small start up business
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