Charity of the Week
“It is not about how much you give but how much it will count”
Hoona London’s mission is not only to increase its sales but to serve the community through Charity Support. Each year, Hoona London will have a theme for charities. This year, we have chosen charities related to children. You can also support the Charity of the Week by donating as much as you can afford. It could be £1. It is really affordable and could make a big difference!
Did you know that by donating to our Charity of the Week you will benefit from 10% discount on all advertisements in Hoona London?
This week, Hoona London is proud to support: Help The Needy Charitable Trust
About Help the Needy
Help the Needy is an International relief and development Charity (No. 1059951), established and registered in the United Kingdom in 1996. Our core focus is on supporting vulnerable orphans, widows and families to become self-reliant. Recently, Help the Needy implemented a number of long-term, sustainable projects. As a charity, we are proud to provide support to individuals and families in Albania, Bangladesh, Bosnia, Iraq, Kosovo, Pakistan, Rwanda, Libya and Tunisia.
Vision | Mission | Values
Our vision is to empower and enable vulnerable and disadvantaged women and children to sustain their livelihoods through means of shelter, food, primary healthcare and education.
Our mission is to tackle poverty and bring a semblance of normality to the lives of the orphans, widows and families who are affected by natural disasters and chronic poverty.
We adopt transparent working practices where community engagement, clear communication, shared leadership and decision-making are at the heart of our charitable work.
We endeavour to take full responsibility and demonstrate accountability for our actions.
We encourage productive achievement, to unleash the highest potential of all members of our team.
We demonstrate innovation in our approach and actions.
Message from the Chairman
Throughout 2011, Help the Needy continued to give support to vulnerable children, women and families worldwide.
Last year witnessed noticeable progress in many Help the Needy projects, as our work continues to fulfil two important objectives. The first is humanitarian, through the provision of aid and food assistance. The second is developmental, via sustainable projects such as education, training and female-led enterprises.
With your support, our projects reached thousands of beneficiaries throughout 2011. We have helped families affected by natural disaster, including shelter and construction initiatives following the devastating floods in Pakistan the previous year. The Azad Village in Pakistan, initiated following the floods, was completed in 2011 and the construction of a new village has begun.
Support also continues for communities affected by the on-going humanitarian crisis in Somalia by providing access to safe drinking water and primary healthcare services in Toghdeer and Burao IDP camps, Mogadishu and the World’s largest refugee camp in Dadaab at the Somalia-Kenya border.
Our experience in Iraq, Rwanda, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Albania, Bosnia and Kosovo has allowed us to expand our humanitarian relief and development work, to include further poverty and conflict stricken communities around the world, such as Somalia, Libya and Tunisia.
At Help the Needy, we are determined to continue to support people in need and will continue to develop projects that eliminate illiteracy and provide a bright future to children, women and families affected by poverty worldwide.
For more information about Help The Needy, please call 0208 838 0000 or log on to their website www.helptheneedy.org.uk
Hoona London is proud to support Aysha’s Charity Workshop, Muslim Youth Helpline, Islamic Care, Human Appeal International, NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children), Edukid, Human Aid, Child Poverty Action Group, Muslim Hands, EAP (Education Aid for Palestinians), Kids Company, Nida Trust, Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity, Headstart Education Centre, Barnardo’s, JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation), Interpal, Families Relief, The Nawaya Network, Walou, Muslim Aid, Save the Children, TACT (The Adolescent and Children’s Trust), Al-Ansari Foundation, Oxfam, Ashford & Staines Community Centre, Syria Relief, Restless Beings, Orphans in Need, Muslim Charity, Noor Ul Islam Trust, BCBN (Better Community Business Network), MST (Muslim Student Trust), Al-Huda Islamic Centre, Becontree Heath Islamic Society, MADE in Europe, Al-Imdaad, Help the Needy Charitable Trust, Children of Jannah, West Bromwich Central Mosque