Khidmat-e-Khalq

Khidmat-e-Khalq department endeavours to help those who need help in our society. As per the beautiful teachings of Islam, Lajna Ima’illah UK strives to relieve pain and sufferings of mankind and to create a bond of love and harmony amongst one another regardless of race, culture and creed.

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“You are the best people ever raised for the good of mankind because you have been raised to serve others; you enjoin what is good and forbid evil and believe in Allah”.

(Holy Quran 3:111)

Secretary Khidmat-e-Khalq

Mrs Farah Mirza

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Khidmat-e-Khalq means service of all humanity as Hazrat Musleh Maud RA stated:

“By Khidmat Khalq I do not mean service of Ahmadis or Muslims alone, rather I means service of all creations of Allah, without distinction of religion or nation, to the extent that even if an enemy is in difficulty, you should help him.  This is true sense of Khidmat Khalq”.

(30th October 1952-Al Fazl 1st November 1952)

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“And worship Allah and associate naught with Him, and show kindness to parents, and to kindred, and orphans, and the needy, and to the neighbour that is a kinsman and the neighbour that is a stranger, and the companion by your side, and the wayfarer, and those whom your right hands possess. Surely, Allah loves not the proud and the boastful”.

(Holy Quran 4:37)

Lajna Ima’illah UK’s efforts during the Covid-19 crises

Lajna Ima’illah UK has been actively trying to fulfil the rights of the neighbours, elderly and the vulnerable during this pandemic.  Cooked food has been distributed to those neighbours who are vulnerable and may be sheltering.  Lajna have been helping in collecting and dropping prescriptions to local residents too. 

Top 3 highlights in the past 3 years

Lajna Ima’illah UK has been actively trying to fulfil the rights of the neighbours, elderly and the vulnerable during this pandemic.  Cooked food has been distributed to those neighbours who are vulnerable and may be sheltering.  Lajna have been helping in collecting and dropping prescriptions to local residents too. 

Raised for Orphan Fund in year 2018

Raised for Macmillan Cancer Support in year 2018

Raised for Ivory Coast Hospital, a Humanity First Project by organising a charity walk at the National Sports Day.