Aid Abroad

Rebuild a Village Project Update 2014-2016

The project is now called rebuilding smiles, this project has completed Ran by Mr Qureshi, he works with a number of charities that have allowed  11 Homes to be complete.

If anyone would like to donate to this project please contact us we can put you intouch with Mr Qureshi  Directly

Rebuild a Village Project :

Stirling Islamic Centre and Stirling Aid have joined forces to rebuild a village in Pakistan. Both Azam and Azra and Father Haji Ghulam Haider have visted the area in 2011.
Assisting local charity worker Mr Shaukat Qureshi have together with Oxford Residents have successfully rebuilt a first few homes to start  village that was wiped out in the  Pakistan Floods

Food Packs for Pakistan Project :

PIA (Pakistan International Airlines) Glasgow is offering free delivery of food packs to Pakistan. You can make your pack and deliver it to Stirling Islamic Centre. We wish to engage the community and organisations to make up food packs.

We would urge each of the cities to set up there own food parcel project and send consignments to the local PIA depot.


Congratulations to the Shufat Initiative for Stirling . Lets support this little known camp in the west bank.

Overflowing rubbish. Horrendous Checkpoints. The Shu’fat Refugee Camp was established in 1965-1966, the last of all the large Palestinian refugee camps established in the West Bank it was created to give shelter to Palestinian refugees who were living in overcrowded and unsanitary conditions in the Old City, near the Western Wall. It originally housed around 1500 refugees, today it is home to more than 23,000 people.