Project Waliy: Help NSKF in Orphan Support Program
‘I and the person who looks after an orphan and provides for him, will be in Paradise like this,’ (putting his index and middle fingers together).
An orphan in Islam is defined as a child who has lost his father or both of his parents. In Arabic, an orphan is called a yateem.
Of the many members of society, orphans are among the most vulnerable. This is particularly true in countries where there is little social support and where services are largely inadequate.
The noble values which Islam has laid out can be summarily understood by looking at the importance the religion has given to looking after orphans.
For many orphaned children, the reality of poverty is a daily burden. Left wondering: where will my next meal come from? Where are we going to live? If we get sick and can’t afford medicine…will we survive? – every day is a challenge.
Deprived of much-needed educational support, health care and critical age-appropriate safe places to play and grow, these children are incredibly vulnerable and face a bleak future.
They need critical care and support. Therefore, Nasra Saleem Khan Foundation aims to alleviate their difficulties by providing financial aid with the help of your kind donations. Join our “Orphan Support Program” today. Your sponsorship will help Orphans and their family, by providing them with basic necessities so they are able to lead their daily lives without facing difficulty.