It was all hands on deck at Adam Masjid’s community kitchen as Dawoodi Bohra volunteers cooked and delivered 40 traditional Bohra meals for the residents of Britannia Care, a local home providing care to people from diverse backgrounds.
Dawoodi Bohras of London joined together to make special holiday packets for students and their families of Belvue High School in Northolt, Ealing.
Ladies of London, a grassroots organisation of women from the London Dawoodi Bohra community with a special focus on community outreach and philanthropy, recently held their 5th annual Macmillan Afternoon Chai fundraiser.
Volunteers from the Bradford community of Dawoodi Bohras teamed up with Aire Rivers Trust to clear rubbish from Bradford Beck in Shipley. People of all ages joined the river clean-up to remove around 1 tonne of litter and rubbish from the riverbanks and surrounding areas. Aire Rivers Trust is a volunteer-led charity that works hard…
In 2018, a group of friends from the Dawoodi Bohra community of London started playing badminton together at Southall Sports Centre as a fun way to socialise and help each other stay fit. As the group of friends expanded, so did the commitment, and now more than 20 London Bohras meet up to three days…
Mrs Shakir recalls talking to a relative who told her that, due to Covid-19 quarantine measures, many people were unable to work, leaving them with no income and unable to meet their basic needs. She wanted to help them. Helping others in need is an integral part of the Dawoodi Bohra faith, especially during the…
The Dawoodi Bohras of Nottingham organised a collection of essential items to be sent to Ukrainian refugees who had fled to the neighbouring countries of Poland and Hungary.
The Bohras joined forces with other volunteers from across Nottingham to deliver donated items to the City Hospital, from where they are transported by road to refugees in need. Donations included baby supplies, toiletries, medicine and first aid, clothing, bedding and food.
Under the umbrella of Project Rise – a global initiative that aims to foster a culture of empathy, awareness and generosity so that no individual is neglected, overlooked or marginalised – the Dawoodi Bohras of Leicester continued their support of local charity One Roof Leicester to provide their clients with food provisions and other essentials.
As part of the Dawoodi Bohras’ global Project Rise initiative – which strives to raise the living standards of poorer members of society through food, water, sanitation and education programmes, as well as protecting and enhancing the natural environment – the Bohra community of Milton Keynes visited a local food bank recently to lend a hand.
During the recent cold weather and winter storms, the Dawoodi Bohras of Nottingham organised a collection of warm clothing to benefit local vulnerable people in need of support.