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27 November 2018

Too Close to Home? When you think of charity appeals and campaigns, the chances are that emergency disaster relief or food and water appeals for people in need across the world will initially come to mind. While appeals like these are a big part of...

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The next generation is the future of both our communities and the world as a...

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As we begin to move into the coldest months of the year, it’s time to...

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More than 92,000 people in war-torn Yemen have received desperately needed food supplies in a...

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“The greatest gift that you can give to others and to yourself is time. Embrace...

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16 October 2018

It sounds silly, doesn’t it? That someone could be afraid of giving. But so many people put undue pressure on themselves when trying to decide the “right” amount to donate or the “best way” to volunteer. Often, these well-meaning but unnecessarily overwhelmed individuals end up doing...

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15 October 2018

The final two days of the 2018 deployment saw the Mission Possible volunteers handing out gifts to local schoolchildren and enjoying a visit to Islamic Help’s pioneering Children’s Eco Village. Volunteer Aaminah Bharwani recounts the experiences. SCHOOL GIFTS On our last day in Tanga, we went back...

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On the sixth day of their deployment to Tanzania, the Mission Possible volunteers saw the...

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Mission Possible 2018 Blog: A Day of Giving It was a day of giving to...

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As well as helping with the construction of a water tank facility and improvements at...

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Having to say no to someone you're trying to help can be one of the...

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9 October 2018

On the second day of their deployment to Tanzania, the Mission Possible volunteers got down to some tough physical work, under a searing sun. It wasn't easy but the goal was - to help villagers and children. These are the thoughts of volunteer Aakeel Osman as his...

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