13RT Dua Book 2023
This is a brief practical guide for people who have lost a loved one. Understandably, it can be one of the most difficult and challenging of times, however as Muslims we are blessed to have divine guidance in all our affairs which makes it easier to understand, cope and live with loss. For a believer, behind every loss there are countless blessings and favours from Allah that we ought to recognise and take comfort in.
“He who created death and life to test which of you is best in deed”
“Every blessing that takes you away from Allah is a calamity, and every calamity that draws you nearer to Allah is a blessing.”
(Ibn al-Qayyim)Download this report
MBF Brochure 2023
Muslim Burial Fund offer assistance and support to needy Muslims to meet the traditional burial cost and most importantly prevent the possibility of any needy person being cremated. We provide pre-burial and direct burial support including the washing, shrouding, funeral prayer and the actual burial. We do not support the cremation of any Muslim persons known or unknown.Download this report
13RT Impact Report 2022
The name of our charity derives from Bengali folklore. The first generation of Bangladeshi people often expressed ‘crossing seven oceans and thirteen rivers’ to reach the UK. Their descendants today have chosen the name of the charity after this expression as a way of honouring their sacrifice.Download this report
13 RT Rescue Orphan Homes Brochure
An orphan in Islam is defined as a child who has lost a parent or both parents. Losing a parent can mean that access to education, protection, shelter and food can become a dream for many.
In Bangladesh, 5.8% of the children below 18 years have lost either one or both parents. Almost 4 million children are orphans, with half of them living in extreme poverty. The responsibility of care for the orphan falls on all of us. Our sponsorship programmes operate within the Greater Sylhet region. Who could be more deserving of our help than the orphan child?Download this report
13RT Newsletter July 2022 Final
In Bangladesh people have been affected by monsoon floods from heavy and persistent rainfall which has forced thousands of people to abandon their homes. The downpours have caused extensive damage to houses, water sources, food stores, farmland and roads
Before this week’s rains, the Sylhet region was still recovering from what was then its worst flooding in nearly two decades late last month, when at least 41 people were killed and six million others were affectedDownload this report