G I V I N G B A C K
We donate or sponsor a minimum 20% of our profits each year to charities and organisations that share our vision in developing self-improvement, emotional well-being and mental health. Our donation also extends to causes that support community projects and environmental restoration. As a small business, we do not receive nor accept any commission from the organisations we support.
Environmental sustainability is important to us which is why our Islamic gratitude journal is plastic-free and 100% recyclable. In the future, we plan to utilise kinder manufacturing processes as we grow.
"Your custom + our intention to give back = Sharing the Baraqah"
- SAMIA QUDDUS, TAQDEER CREATOR
End Child Poverty Campaign
27th August 2020
Sufran NW London: Supporting the work of this community kitchen to provide meals for families and children in need.
COVID-19 Community Support
Due to unprecedented and difficult times COVID-19 has presented both nationally and globally, doing good and giving back to the community has been a vital area of focus. We stepped up our charitable efforts and donated 50% of all April 2020 proceeds towards supporting community-led projects in response to COVID-19. We are incredibly grateful to members of the Taqdeer Life Family and their custom for making this possible. Projects supported have included:
1st May 2020
Saint Francis Hospice, London: Providing monetary support as fundraising events have halted due to COVID-19
Restless Beings: Providing food packs to feed a Rohingya family for an entire month
10th April 2020
Chestnut Grove Academy, Balham: Providing families of pupils' with essential items and food vouchers
Masks for NHS Heroes Crowdfunding Campaign: Providing PPE to protect healthcare staff from COVID-19
Sufra NW London: Providing essential items to the vulnerable/ homeless
22nd April 2020
Cambridge Central Mosque Janaza Fund: Providing immediate financial assistance for Islamic burials
One Family Emergency Care Fund: Providing frontline staff with care packages and supporting vulnerable families
50% of all December proceeds donated to WWF Australia to support environmental restoration projects as a result of the nations devastating bushfires.