Islamic Relief South Africa is hosting a fundraising breakfast in aid of orphans and vulnerable children at the Chippewa Spur (Atrium) with guest speakers Zaahida Mohamedy and Ayesha Karim who will share their knowledge and expertise in the field of healing and personal development. We are celebrating Women’s Month and invite the ladies to an inspirational morning with delicious food, empowering tools to enhance their life and it’s all part of a cause that is most dear to us, our children. Tickets are R150pp including a breakfast. Contact Islamic Relief Durban offices 031 208 2838 or whatsapp 0627387780 to book your spot.
Guest Speaker – Zaahida Mohamedy
Zaahida is a certified life coach, body talk practitioner, transformation coach and NLP practitioner that has dedicated her time towards improving the quality of people’s lives and imparting skills that assist in healing and self-awareness. Zaahida is the founder of the Live Inspired Academy, an online platform with courses that are designed to make self-development simple and accessible for you – no matter where you are in your journey. The Live Inspired Academy has garnered a huge online following and Zaahida was recently a recipient of the Panache 3rd Annual Women of Wonder Awards.
Guest Speaker – Ayesha Karim
Ayesha is a qualified attorney and owner of a boutique law firm that specialises in family. She an advocate for women’s rights, protecting the wellbeing of vulnerable women and children as well as giving them the access to justice to serve their best interests. Ayesha is also a legal advisor for Child Maintenance Difficulties SA which is a non-profit organization that strives to create awareness around the issues women face regarding maintenance and financial abuse.
Thousands of orphaned children remain vulnerable to poverty and sickness while lack of proper shelter results in displaced children living in institutions or facing inadequate housing. These children have no access to education or self-sustaining skills which result in insecurity and instability.
Islamic Relief orphans and vulnerable children campaign assists children with monthly food hampers, guardian support, child protection, education, health and orphan care. Children are provided with nutritional, educational, health and psychosocial support.
Islamic Relief believes in protecting and fulfilling children’s rights.
Together, our global efforts help sponsor over 60,000 children around the world, transforming their lives with opportunities and aid. Our orphan sponsorship program is one of the best in its field and targets more countries in need.
In KwaZulu Natal alone there are approximately 300 orphans and vulnerable children that require assistance on a monthly basis.
In order support the Orphans and Vulnerable Children Programme, a sponsor can assist by donating:
- R500 per month: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Chechnya, Ethiopia, India, Mali, Niger, Somalia, Yemen, Sudan.
- R560 per month: Albania, Indonesia, Iraq, South Africa and Pakistan.
- R700 per month: Bosnia, Jordan, Kosovo, Lebanon, Palestine Gaza, Palestine West Bank, Syria.
Alternatively, supporters can assist our projects by attending our events.