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    Building a Well Project.

    Assalaamu alaykum wa rahmatullaah,

    Anybody have any idea which Charities are legitimate to fund for this particular project?

    :jkk: in advance.

    Re: Building a Well Project.

    Islamic Relief should have a option for that.


      Re: Building a Well Project.

      Originally posted by jibaal View Post
      Islamic Relief should have a option for that.
      Islamic Relief does - and so does Muslim Hands and a few other notable Charities.

      There was a thread (around a year ago) - which highlighted that these Charities aren't that reliable [if I remember correctly].


        Re: Building a Well Project.

        Originally posted by Jumpski
        I think ummahwelfare trust was considered one of the trustworthy ones

        They have a 100% donation policy

        Deepwater wells provide their users with waters for years and years. In rural areas they are a lifeline for the inhabitants as they may be the only source of potable water.

        When Ummah Welfare Trust installs a well, users are trained on how to maintain them and keep the water supply clean and free of pollutants.

        Providing water in this way is a very good way of offering a Sadaqah Jariyah (continuous charity) as the donor can expect to reap Allah's blessings for as long as the well supplies water.

        Water Well Price
        Somalia Quota Full
        Pakistan £ 650
        Philippines Quota Full

        - The construction of a water well takes from 8 to 12 months.
        - Plaque names of up to 30 characters are allowed on the well, however ayahs from the Qur'an, Allah's Names/Attributes or Hadiths are not allowed. The charity does not want these holy words to be desecrated.
        - If no name for a water well is given in the 'notes' of the donation, Ummah Welfare Trust will use the donor name given on the receipt for the plaque.

        I meant something like a Community Well.