Children’s charity launches national appeal
A Lancashire-based children’s charity has launched a national appeal to provide help to young people and their families in some of the world’s poorest countries.
Tauheedul Relief Trust (TRT) works to transform the lives of children and young people living in the poorest communities across the globe.
It was established by TIFECT, an organisation that provides outstanding educational opportunities for thousands of young people in the UK, which promotes community-led social and economic regeneration, and funds educational, health and disaster relief for those most in need throughout the world.
Recent projects undertaken by the charity include the Save the Children of Syria campaign, which involved a TRT team visiting the country to oversee the relief efforts that benefited thousands of victims of the crisis.
A spokesperson spoke of their time in Syria, “It was immensely humbling to see the small donations of each and every person in the community bring some joy to a terrified child, soothe the pain of an ailing mother or provide some succour to a father struggling to provide for his family”.
As the Trust consolidates its relief and development projects, Kam Kothia, Chair of the Trust and Deputy Lieutenant of Lancashire, said: “Today, we are launching our Ramadan appeal to communities across the UK and hope everyone joins us in this noble cause. Our vision is to operate a global charity that transforms the lives of young people, through the work of other young people.”
“As a charity, we believe that all of our children are treasures through whom we can inspire a new, brighter future for all of our communities and our wider world. We firmly believe that our children are our future”.
To support the charity’s projects call the donation hotline on 01254 674952 or visit www.tauheedulrelief.org.
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