With an extreme cold weather in many regions of Quebec, a Muslim charity program is distributing winter clothes to homeless people in Montreal and Quebec City. Islamic Relief Canada, whose mission is to provide emergency relief to communities hit by disasters, said that low temperatures put the lives of homeless people in danger. It’s the first time …
BIRMINGHAM – A British Muslim man has changed the life of a Birmingham homeless man, offering him a job and saving him from street life and drugs. “I saw Kriss [Wilkes] on the street right outside the garage when I used to finish work,” Shezad Zaman told Birmingham Mail. “He would be collecting money by …
Racing to help the homeless as winter storms blow, Muslim volunteers in North Texas city of Richardson assembled and handed out hygiene kits for the homeless as part of a leading charity’s efforts.
Lucy Shah Mohamady, a Maori Muslim woman, has taken the plight of Auckland’s homeless on her shoulders, planning a homeless sanctuary in New Zealand’s largest city.
What goes through your mind when you pass them on the street? Many of us who are lucky enough to have a dinner ready after coming home from school, a comfortable bed to lie in at night, and parents who support us financially, probably wouldn’t understand what it feels like to spend the coldest night …
One year after the fatal shooting that resulted in the death of six Muslim worshippers, the Islamic center in Quebec, Montreal, joined a national campaign to help the homeless facing freezing winter weather.
Islamic Relief Canada has launched a national appeal to help the homeless during the winter season and keep them warm as degrees dipped to -35 in some areas.
Thanks to the cooperation of a group of activists and volunteers, sixteen homeless people in Toronto spend the night of the New Year’s Eve in a warm hotel room, after a Muslim businessman covered the entire bill.
A group of Muslim volunteers helped feed thousands of Birmingham homeless in 2017, as part of their efforts to help their community, which included collecting rubbish and campaigning against speeding.
Being a daily commuter from Nottingham to Cambridge, Huzaifah Khaled managed to develop a special bond with the homeless, who usually take refuge in train stations.