by CWF

The CWF team has been exceptionally busy and therefore delayed in sending out updates on work that has been done. All your support-whether it be financial, physical or in duaas, has been greatly appreciated and its what we rely on to do the necessary work. Shukran!
Please see information below:
• Sharpville Islamic Centre will receive a total amount of R75 000.00 from CWF over the next few months.
• R20 000.00 was donated to ILMSA for the development of a home for a family that lost theirs last year.
• R63 100.00 was raised with Polokwane Group, Bariq Al Amal, to donate water to GOTG for residents in Cape Town.
• R8 500.00 was used to purchase sanitizers and wet wipes for residents of Cape Town. We are grateful to Ashraful Uloom and Accidental Muslims for transporting it and for handing it out.
• CWF purchased kurtas and topees for the students of the Bilal Ibn Rabah Centre. The Centre falls part of the Youth of Ubuntu (Y.O.U) non-profit organization based in Uitenhage, Eastern Cape. Y.O.U is overseen by Ml Shoayab Laher.
• Daily and weekly feeding projects have continued through this year. Members heading this up can be contacted to find out how you can get involved. The current projects: Charlotte Maxeke Hospital, Appa Latiefah, Roseneath School, Park Frail Care, Reuvens Frail Care, Luthando Clinic.
• The CWF kids team have been busy with their latest fundraising project for The Teddy Bear Clinic. Contact for further information on how to get involved. R127 614.20 was raised on their first project and this amount was used to purchase specialised wheelchairs for Syrian refugees with disabilities.
• The Zain Bhikha CD Launch will be held on the 5th May and proceeds will go to the CWF Kids nominated project. We are grateful to Casa Mia Biscuits for being our headline sponsor. Tickets are available on
• A successful run for Autism awareness was held at the Johannesburg Zoo with FEED and Autism SA under the banner Jozi4Autism.
• Baby items were collected for two homes in the Rosettenville area and were handed over to the Al Imdaad Group for distribution.
• Bursaries were handed out with SANZAF.
• Uniforms were purchased and donated to Al Badr and Kaalfontein orphanage.
• Family and individual care cases continue to be assisted as needed.
• R10 000.00 was donated to the Accidental Muslims team to fund the Gugulethu Baker Project which enables empowerment and employment.
• R27 018.00 was used to purchase items for the Little Surgeons Project. Basic item packs were put together for babies to have when discharged from hospital.
• R20 000.00 was used to purchase communication software for the Baragwanath Speech and Hearing Clinic.
• R16 750.00 was spent at Lesedi La Batho, Mabopane to help with much needed items for the creche.
• CWF assisted with the Shamsaan tour which hosted the young children from Palestine. Our duaas and support are with Ahed Tamimi, who was in SA on this tour, and all the other Palestinian Youth Prisoners.
• Sanitary Pads were donated last year to Pangola school in Piet Retief. These were donated to CWF by Bodhania Wholesalers.
• Sanitary Pads donated to a school in Limpopo Province were donated by the girls of St Andrews School. This collection was coordinated by Lamisah Seedat.
• Dress up diaries was a new project that started under the CWF banner to much success. A repeat of this will be held in May 2018. This project gives ladies an opportunity to hand over gently used formal wear and for other ladies that are in less privileged positions, to "shop" for their new ensemble.
• In October 2017, R50 000.00 was handed over to the Teddy Bear Clinic.
• R15 000.00 was donated to the IMA Cataract camp late last year.
• CWF assisted at the Uwais Qarni Islamic Centre Annual Medical Health Day.