At heart, SKT Welfare are a group of compassionate, honest and hard-working humanitarians. We believe that everyone - no matter their race, religion or gender - deserves a chance at a happy, fulfilling life.
Over the past decade, we have provided urgent aid and sustainable relief to millions of disadvantaged people across the globe. Our projects focus on emergency relief, food, water, healthcare, education, orphan care and seasonal aid, such as winter emergency response and Qurbani donations. We serve some of the most vulnerable people in the world; those affected - through no fault of their own - by conflict, poverty and natural disasters.
Our guiding vision is of a world where everyone is cared for, and able to live a sustainable life, free from extreme poverty. As an Islamic charity, we are led by an unshakeable faith and a strong desire to help the most vulnerable, following in the footsteps of the Prophet (saw).
In the last 10 years, we have made some enormous strides as a Muslim charity, helping millions of people around the world thanks to you - our big-hearted donors!
We are proud of our achievements, so we thought we’d share some of them with you: In just 10 years, we have...
Provided with clean, safe water
Distributed warm winter packs to people in danger
Treated unwell patients in Syria and Pakistan
Given freshly baked bread to Syrian refugees
We couldn’t have done any of our life-changing work without people like you, who give Sadaqah Jariyah and Zakat openly and generously to those in need. We can’t think of a better way to thank our incredible donors and volunteers, than to share the words of the Prophet (saw): “A man’s true wealth is in the good he does in this world.” [Abu Huraira]
We’re an Islamic charity, which means that we believe in complete honesty and transparency. Our aim is to do good - nothing more, nothing less. That means using your hard-earned money in the best possible ways, to make change and save lives across the world.
Our 100% donation policy means that every penny you donate is used in the delivery of humanitarian projects and directly related costs. Indirect and administrative costs are covered by either direct donations themselves or by using Gift Aid