The Helping Hands Trust was established in 2004, and since then this organization has been a strong advocate of providing legal assistance to the ones in need. From 2010, we planned to expand our horizon by assisting the ones struck by poverty and unemployment; meanwhile also helping the young in grooming them towards their personal maturing, also named as ‘Youth Development’.

Our job as an NGO is to cater to the needs of such poverty-stricken people of the society irrespective of their caste, creed or color. The Helping Hands Trust works hard to ensure that there is no woman who cries tears of penury, no man who sleeps with an empty stomach, and no child who is deprived of the right to education; at least not under our watch. We fight to eradicate destitution, unemployment, illiteracy, and various other socio-economic problems which the less fortunate people of our society end up facing regularly. We strive to intensify the upcoming youth and most importantly we strive to make a difference to the lives of many.


“Help one another in acts of piety and righteousness. And do not assist each other in acts of sinfulness and transgression. And be aware of Allah. Verily, Allah is severe in punishment” (al-Maaidah:2)

“Whoever relieves a believer’s distress of the distressful aspects of this world, Allah will rescue him from a difficulty of the difficulties of the Hereafter.” (Narrated by Abu-Huraira)

“Whoever alleviates [the situation of] one in dire straits who cannot repay his debt, Allah will alleviate his lot in both this world and in the Hereafter.” (Narrated by Abu-Huraira)

“Whoever would be pleased to have Allah save him from distress on the Day of Resurrection should then relieve one in straitened circumstances or completely remove his debt.” (Recorded by Muslim)

“The believer’s shade on the Day of Resurrection will be his charity.” – Al-Tirmidhi, Hadith 604

“Give (regular charity) out of your property, for truly it is a purifier, and be kind to your relatives and acknowledge the rights of the poor, neighbors and (those in need who seek your help).” – Fiqh-us-Sunnah, Volume 3, Number 3


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