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A massive well done to Goals R Us for winning the tournament! Children in Iraq urgently need your help. Decades of conflict have destroyed what was once the centre of civilization. 4.1 million people require humanitarian assistance, and 44% are children*. The finals – Team Goals R Us VS Team Truth This year Noor Orphans...
“You shall complete the number [of days] and you may glorify God for his guiding you, and that you may be thankful.” The Holy Quran 2:185 Eid Al Fitr marks the end of the Holy Month of Ramadan. Eid Al Fitr follows the final day of fasting and is usually celebrated over three consecutive days. On...
The Holy Quran mentions that the angels descend to Earth on Laylatul Qadr and that this night holds rewards equivalent to those of a thousand months. The significance of this night is marked by the fact that the Holy Quran was revealed for the first time during this night as guidance for all mankind and...
The crisis in Yemen is recognised as the world’s worst humanitarian crisis in the past four years and the country is currently plunging towards the worst famine the world has seen in decades. Distribution of iftar baskets in Yemen 2021 Already one of the poorest countries in the region, Yemen’s devastated economy which is a...
“And they give food in spite of love for it to the needy, the orphan, and the captive, [Saying], “We feed you only for the countenance of Allah. We wish not from you reward or gratitude.”  The Holy Quran: 76:8-9 Thanks to your generous donations, our food hampers have already made it’s way to Yemen...
Noor Orphans Fund is hosting a fundraising night in the Holy month of Ramadan.  Come and join us to celebrate the Wiladat of Imam Hassan (a) and raise much-needed funds to buy iftar for the orphans and the needy in Iraq and Yemen.  Event includes:Quizzes with prizes for the winners Raffle PrizesRecitationsLectures When: Saturday 24th April 2021Time: 9.30pm...
“Spend (in the Cause of Allah) from the provisions that We have given you before death should come to any of you and then he should say, “O my Lord, why did You not reprieve me awhile that I should have given in charity and become of the righteous.” But Allah does not at all...