تضاعف فيها الحسنات قال ابن عباس”: العمل فيهن بسبعمائة ضعف”
Ibn ‘Abbas said: “(The reward for good) deeds are multiplied seven hundred times in these days.”As we welcome the blessed days of Dhul Hijjah, the impact of a global pandemic means that Hajj has been reserved for a blessed few. We may not be able to physically be close to the house of Allah SWT but we can get closer, through prayer, kindness and generosity. Multiply your rewards in these ten days and get closer to your Lord by sponsoring an orphan. Your Sponsorship will provide:
the programme relieves families from the burden of paying for schooling so that children can go on to enjoy learning, making friends and being themselves
Textbooks and stationary
A backpack is provided, containing a notebook, pens, pencils, colouring pens, an eraser, a pencil sharpener, a geometry set, and textbooks
You sponsored child is given a full uniform, including a jumper, two shirts, a pair of trousers and two pairs of sturdy shoes for the school year
The child’s guardian is given a monthly allowance to help with the cost of shelter, food, clean water or any need that arises.
Orphan are at increased risk of poverty, discrimination and exploitation.
You can do something about this. We at READ Foundation bring hope in the form of sponsoring a child, investing in them, investing in their future and ours too.
The sponsorship programme is to give children, from toddlers to adolescence, the relevant high-quality education they need. This will be led by passionate and engaging teachers who will prioritise education and give these children better life prospects. Our projects are well-rounded and contribute to a child well-being, living costs, meals and additional equipment so children can concentrate on their leaning and growing their dreams.
Do something amazing this Dhul Hijjah by sponsoring an orphan today.
A one-off payment or a monthly instalment for a year will cover the cost of education, psychosocial support and hygiene facilities for a child.
The school fees are paid in full, giving the orphan child the opportunity to go to school, gain knowledge, make friends and be themselves again.
A backpack is provided, containing a notebook, pens, pencils, colouring pens, an eraser, a pencil sharpener, a geometry set, and textbooks.
For the school year, the child is given a full uniform, including a jumper, two shirts, a pair of trousers and two pairs of sturdy shoes.
A monthly stipend is provided to the guardian of the orphan to help them with their child’s needs, even outside of school.