About us

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about Hussain Trust

‘Never will you attain the good [reward] until you spend [in the way of Allah] from that which you love. And whatever you spend – indeed, Allah is Knowing of it.’ Surah Al-e-Imraan 3:92

With these very Islamic tenets as its foundation, the Hussain trust, an independent, nongovernmental and nonprofit organization, was founded by the Hussain family in 2010.

Hussain Trust began as an ambition to serve humanity; a humble effort to give back to Allah’s (SWT) creations a portion of the bounties He (SWT) has endowed us with. It is an endeavor to help the distressed, to give homes to the desolate, to feed the hungry, and to give orphans a sanctuary; above all, it is an enterprise intended to spread compassion, equity, and tolerance as Allah (SWT) has decreed.

In a society distraught with injustice and suffering, where people are denied the most basic of their rights and where prejudice and intolerance run rampant, the Hussain family embarked upon this journey to create a positive difference and to address the grievances of those less fortunate among us.

By Allah’s (SWT) grace, what commenced as a simple desire to create a difference in the society has grown in to a flourishing organization today. The Hussain Trust has under its fold numerous projects, each of which is playing its part in furthering our mission to work for the welfare of humanity. Hussain Trust’s inaugural project, Sakina Home – for girls without parents, provides a home to girls where they can prosper and grow up to be productive members of the society. Batool Centre is yet another institute burgeoning under Hussain Trust’s umbrella. 

It imparts Islamic education to women of diverse age groups so as to ensure that not only do they themselves become better Muslims but also promulgate Islamic teachings in their communities. For information on all the services offered by the Hussain Trust, click here.

We, at Hussain Trust, consider it a privilege that Allah (SWT) has bestowed us with a chance to help humanity; for all that one has, comes from Allah (SWT) and all that he takes back is the good he does in this world in Allah’s (SWT) name.

‘O son of Adam if you have collected anything in excess of your actual need you will act only as its trustee for someone else to use it.’  – Hazrat Ali ibn Abi Talib
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Future Goals

Our foremost priority at Hussain Trust has been to ensure the provision of high quality services to all those currently under our care. While an expansion of all our current projects is imminent, this shall only be attempted when the needs of all our present wards have been addressed.

Moreover, with Allah’s (SWT) blessing, we hope to expand Sakina Home, a home for girls without parents, further to reach out to greater number of girls in need of assistance. Hussain Trust plans to undertake the construction of a custom-built and well equipped house for the girls. It shall be modeled on the design of a girls’ hostel and will accommodate more children than the current house does.

Apart from the extension of the current services, Hussain Trust also envisages the construction of a home for children with disabilities to ensure provision of high quality care to the disabled and to prevent their alienation from the society.

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Our Mission

To render relief to the distressed and to help the oppressed make amends for great sins.’ – Hazrat Ali ibn Abi Talib

We envision a society where all people, irrespective of religion, sect, caste or color, are equal and entitled to receive their fundamental rights as human beings without any discrimination. With Allah’s will, we aim to provide assistance to all those who are underprivileged and to help form a society where peace, amity, equality and justice reign supreme.

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