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Our key aims are to promote education & social welfare. 

We sponsor Hafiz, Aalim and Aalimah students.

We also help those at college or university.

We provide grants to orphans, widows, the sick and disabled

Priorities change with change in circumstances. 


We recently supported individuals affected by 

Coronavirus in India by concentrating at three levels;

1. Supply oxygen to participating hospitals.

2. Provide small grants to individuals who

have been hospitalised due to Covid.

3. Distribute Survival Kits (Immunity-boosting natural 

remedies, re-usable masks, soaps and advice on

social distancing & improving  personal hygiene).


Previously we distributed over 10,000 blankets to needy people

in India, Pakistan, Gambia, Africa and the UK.

Kindly transfer your aid directly to KESWA account at Lloyds Bank

Account Number:00723825  Sort Code:30-96-20


Press the "Donate" buttons on our website


 Call or text us on the numbers listed below 

07779648460   -   07967601108   -   07957335645   -   07946516262

We will arrange collection of your cash donations in person


Our History & Services

KESWA began in early 1980's as a result of encouragement and a sincere donation from the famous Jurist and Hadith Scholar Mufti Ismail Husein Bhikha, Kachholvi Sb. DB. Since then KESWA has flourished with generous support of our well-wishers. 

EDUCATION: The importance of education cannot be over-emphasised. We assist disadvantaged students with scholarships. We support higher education students. We provide incentives to promote learning and help students and their families. 

SOCIAL WELFARE: We have various schemes to address social welfare needs of disadvantaged individuals. These range from small grants to widows & orphans to contributing towards cost of basic daily needs and medication for the sick & disabled.   

IDENTITY & BELONGING: There is a dis-connect between young people and wider society. There are deep concerns that lack of engagement often leaves young people feeling isolated and vulnerable to unhealthy influences such as anti social behaviour, radicalisation & extremism.

We wish to address this challenge through customised projects that will help promote engagement and a positive sense of belonging to British society.

Registered with the Charity Commission

of England & Wales under the Charities Act 1960. Registration Number 517494

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