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Learn about people who are making a difference; people who refuse to be apathetic, and set out to make positive contributions to the world.

Learn about people who are making a difference; people who refuse to be apathetic, and set out to make positive contributions to the world.

Crisis in Kenya

IF’ Means Charity

IWAAN Club Elite UK
Abdullah Zein Al Abdin is Making a Difference

Deen Riders UK - Muslim Biker Gang with a Mission!

Jamaal Richards is Making a Difference

Helping Indonesian Tsunami Orphans 

Volunteering in Thailand - So Many Kinds of Mountains

Single Muslim Mums in the UK

Fitness Trainers Change Lives

Abdullah Rolle - Nasheed Singer with Rhyme and Reason

 British Convert Cerie Bullivant Needs a Break

‘Bring Some Taqwa to Town’ - Fund raising dinner in London

Muslim Youth Foundation UK - Working With Everyone

Amina Muslim Women’s Resource Center in Glasgow
Halima Hussein is Making a Difference

Maintaining My Shahadah- Please Don't Beg!
Aisha Wangari Kaminjo is Making a Difference

Oriental Dancing for Muslim Women
Sandra La Bianca is Making a Difference

Islamophobia: Why Do You Hate Us?
Aisha Wangari Kaminjo is Making a Difference

Helping Indonesian Tsunami Orphans 
Nizma Scoffield is the founder and director of Chariots for Children. She has been involved in charity work for years but after seeing the plight of the orphans after the tsunami in 2006 she decided to sell her house in London and use the profit to buy land with the aim of constructing an orphanage in Aceh, Indonesia.

The Indigenous People of Australia  
As Muslims we should be on the look out for any opportunity to serve humanity. The Aborigines of Australia have been badly treated for centuries and they were and still are subject to racism.

Life on the Streets
Young people end up living on the streets for many reasons but the result is that the youth are forced to become someone other than their real selves in order to survive.


UK Girls’ Clubs
The coordinator of one such club, Um Abdullah, along with her friend, Naima Anniche, focus on girls between the ages of 13 and 16 but she will accept any girl who would like to attend.