The Lady Fatemah (A.S.) Charitable Trust

The Lady Fatemah (A.S.) Charitable Trust

£1.09M

Raised so far

  • 133 Donors
  • 3 Fundraisers

About us

Our mission is to provide sustainable aid to thousands around the world by removing all the administration costs that most charities charge.

“And whoever saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of the entire people.”

– Holy Quran, 5:35

The world has never been as rich as it is today, yet over one billion people suffer from extreme poverty. The Lady Fatemah Trust is a non-profit, non-governmental and faith-based humanitarian organisation whose mission is to empower the world’s poorest to lift them out of poverty with dignity. We believe that the eradication of poverty is not only a matter of conscience; it is a prerequisite for the security and prosperity of humanity at large and that freedom from poverty is a fundamental human right.

The charity’s primary purpose is to undertake manageable and sustainable projects that can make a real difference to individuals and communities, enabling them to improve their lives. We help people in need to reduce their dependence on humanitarian aid and facilitate their transition to sustainable self-reliant, long-term development. “Overcoming poverty is not a gesture of charity. It is an act of justice. It is the protection of a fundamental human right, the right to dignity and a decent life.”

– Nelson Mandela

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LFT GALA DINNER 2019

Dear guests, It’s that time of year again where we aspire to thank you for your continued support, at The Lady Fatemah (a.s.) Gala Dinner 2019. - Join us at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel Kensington, SW7 4LH. - On Saturday 22nd June 2019 - Learn about the remarkable achievements of ...

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