Muslim Charities Forum is delighted to welcome Al-Khair Foundation and Human Care Syria as full and associate members respectively.
Al-Khair Foundation is a UK-based international NGO providing humanitarian aid, international development support, and emergency disaster relief in some of the world’s most deprived areas. Established in 2003, Al Khair, now an MCF full member, is also tackling issues prevalent in the UK, such as unemployment, education, women’s empowerment and domestic violence.
On joining MCF, CEO of the Al-Khair Foundation Shuaib Yusaf said: “Al-Khair Foundation is delighted to be joining the MCF as a full member. The unique work being done by the MCF, especially in the areas of advocacy for the Muslim segment of the charity sector has the capacity to benefit and enhance the whole sector. The research conducted by the MCF will also allow for considerable enhancement within the sector, and Al-Khair Foundation will play a full part in this important work.”
Joining as an Associate Member is Human Care Syria, who since 2011 have been providing comprehensive support to Syrians on the ground and in surrounding countries through emergency humanitarian aid such as medical kits and equipment for Syrian doctors as well as infrastructure programmes and support for the rebuilding of Syria’s education and medical system.
Anas Toma, Managing Director of Human Care Syria said: 'We are happy to be a part of the MCF group, the network and opportunities that they bring to the charity sector is greatly needed and we highly value support they bring to Muslim Organisations in the UK'.
MCF are very much looking forward to working with the teams at both the Al Khair Foundation and Human Care Syria.
For more information on joining MCF as a member charity, please visit https://www.muslimcharitiesforum.org.uk/membership-0