Donations to Islamic Human Rights Commission Trust

The Islamic Human Rights Commission Trust was set up to support the charitable works of The Islamic Human Rights Commission Ltd. The two organisations are separate entities that cooperate to further charitable causes in the UK and abroad.

This online donation service is provided through the Islamic Human Rights Commission Trust (A charity registered in the UK number 1106120) and as such any money you donate will go towards projects that are purely charitable under English charities laws. For more information on what type of work this is, please visit:

Central Register of Charities maintained by the Charity Commission for England and Wales (Islamic Human Rights Commission Trust No. 1106120)

What kind of donation are you making?

General Donations could be used to support any or all projects funded by IHRC Trust

Sadaqah can support departmental work such as the advocacy department which assists individual victims of hate crime/abuse and discrimination

Zakat will support projects like our hate crime/Islamophobia project

On 12 December 2015, the Nigerian Army attacked members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria. Over a 1000 were killed and as many again imprisoned. Please donate to help the victims of the massacre in Zaria and other related crimes in Nigeria, including those left without homes or jobs, or in need of urgent medical attention or support for the families of those killed

The Rohingya are fleeing violence and persecution, and desperately need your support. IHRC Trust is raising funds to help MAPIM deliver critical aid to Rohingya refugees who have fled to Bangladesh and Malaysia.

THANK YOU for choosing to make a General donation to IHRC Trust

THANK YOU for choosing to make your Sadaqah donation to IHRC Trust

We will use your Sadaqah in line with the guidance of our Beloved Prophet (peace be upon him)

Those who spend their wealth in the Cause of Allaah, and do not follow up their gifts with reminders of their generosity or with injury, their reward is with their Lord. On them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve.

[al-Baqarah 2:261-262]

Why should you donate to IHRC Trust?

Yassir was a young student studying for his PhD when he was ruthlessly assaulted by four men. They called him 'Bin Laden', spat on him, beat him with a broom and left him unconcious lying on the street. He is now paralysed and will never walk again. His young, bright life has been taken from him. In his time of need, IHRC advocated for his case and were a support to his family. With your help, we can continue to support the victims of these heinous hate crimes.

We are so appreciative of your kind generosity - may Allah SWT bless you and may you have a successful and rewarding Ramadan. Jazakallah.

THANK YOU for graciously choosing to donate part of your Zakat to IHRC Trust

We will use your Zakat in line with the guidance of our Beloved Prophet (peace be upon him) to offer peace, purity and growth as we continue to strive for a more equal and just society.

Why should you give part of your Zakat to IHRC Trust?

Please help IHRC as we produce essential reports with statistics on hate crimes suffered by Muslims across the world. Today, Muslims are the targets of verbal and physical attacks - with your help we can highlight these crimes and fight for justice together.

Would you like to read more on IHRC's Hate Crime Project? Please click here.

We are so appreciative of your kind generosity - may Allah SWT bless you and may you have a successful and rewarding Ramadan. Jazakallah.

THANK YOU for graciously choosing to donate to IHRC Trust

On 12 December 2015, the Nigerian Army attacked members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria. Over a 1000 were killed and as many again imprisoned. Please donate to help the victims of the massacre in Zaria and other related crimes in Nigeria, including those left without homes or jobs, or in need of urgent medical attention or support for the families of those killed.

THANK YOU for graciously choosing to donate to IHRC Trust

DONATE NOW TO SUPPORT ROHINGYA REFUGEES

The Rohingya are fleeing violence and persecution, and desperately need your support

IHRC Trust is raising funds to help MAPIM deliver critical aid to Rohingya refugees who have fled to Bangladesh and Malaysia.

Some 75,000 victims have so far managed to flee to neighbouring Bangladesh since the outbreak of violence on 25 August, but others have had their escape cut off by Dhaka which has historically sought to confine the Rohingya to Myanmar despite sharing a common faith and language. Many others have died attempting to make the perilous journey across thick jungle and swollen rivers.

Hundreds of civilians have been killed and tens of thousands forced to flee their homes in Rakhine State after the Myanmar government launched what media reports described as a "scorched earth" policy in areas inhabited by the Rohingya.

Fleeing Rohingya refugees have reported children being beheaded alive and women being dragged away by soldiers to be raped, and an estimated 3,000 homes have been burned down.

The plight of the Rohingya is becoming increasingly desperate now that aid agencies including the UN have either left the area for their own safety or are being prevented from entering by the Myanmar authorities.

MAPIM is on the ground distributing essential items to those fleeing to Bangladesh and Malaysia. They have already distributed large quantities of food, clothing and medical equipment.

They need your support today to get even more aid to our Rohingya brothers and sisters. Your donation and Gift Aid will be sent to MAPIM to help provide lifesaving aid to Rohingya refugees today.

"...and whoever saves the life of a person is as if he has saved the life of the whole of humankind..." [Quran 5:32]

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