Providing meals outside Moria camp.
Al-Khair Foundation was established in 2003 to provide an educational platform for the Muslim community in an Islamic environment. The 2005 Kashmir Earthquake saw the Foundation engage in its first overseas disaster relief aid mission. Al-Khair Foundation successfully distributed food, medicines, shelter kits and much needed moral support to survivors in difficult and dangerous conditions through its relief teams working in the region. The Foundation has now in place an effective aid mechanism and routinely engages in relief missions around the world. The role Al-Khair played in supporting the victims of the Haiti earthquake was acknowledged by the United Nations.
Al-Khair Foundation is heavily involved with Aid operations in Africa relating to the current famine in the Horn of Africa region and on going aid operations in the flood areas of Pakistan.
The Foundation also provides Hardship and Infrastructure relief going beyond the basic provision of aid, aiming to improve and in many cases the rebuilding of basic public services either non-existent through poverty or destroyed by natural or man-made disasters.
At the heart of the Al-Khair Foundation is its responsibility for harnessing and improving community relations and engaging in interfaith dialogue. Al-Khair is well known for its annual conferences where religious leaders and people of any and all faiths are invited to promote understanding, tolerance and harmony.