Isaar

Constitution

148. Qa’id Issar shall chalk out programmes in order to sympathize with Allah’s creatures, to serve them and to work for their welfare and shall ask all the Majalis to act upon these programmes.

Responsibilities

According to the instructions of Hazrat Ameer ul Momineen ایدہ اللہ تعالیٰ بنصرہ العزیز Ansãr should visit to the elderly homes of Ansãr on a regular basis and make every effort to visit any Ansãr brother who is ill or admitted in hospital.

One of the fundamental teachings of Islam and one, which every Muslim cultivates in his heart, is that of brotherhood. Islam is unique in that it requires physical expression of brotherhood. If you shake hands with one another rancour will depart, and if you make presents to one another and love one another, malice will depart.

O servants of Allah! May Allah be merciful to you.

Verily, Allah commands you to act with justice,

to confer benefits upon each other

And to do good to others as one does to one‘s kindred 

The primary emphasis this year is to support the weaker sections of society:

  • Elderly people
  • Homeless feeding
  • Visit sick Ansãr

The secondary emphasis is to support the environment and external charities.

  • Blood donations
  • Tree planting
  • Charity volunteering

Primary:

Supporting the Elderly Internally

  • Regions to visit and submit list off terminally ill and disabled members of Jamā’at.
  • Regions to provide monthly update of the support given.

Homeless Feeding

  • Hospital visits to be on going especially on Festive dates, for example Christmas Day, Easter, Eid. On a local level would like each of you to get donations for presents & gifts etc.
  • Regions to organise 4 Hospital visits in this year.

The Sick – Hospital Visits

  • Ansãr should visit those less fortunate who are in hospitals. Special attention should be given at Christmas time to those who have been hospitalised and gifts should be distributed among them.
  • Regions to organise 3 Old homes visits

 

Secondary:

Blood Donations

Blood Donations actually should be organised at Regional level. We shall be holding one session each in Region. This depends on if National Blood Service could assist us. If assistance is not available then we need to find out where the blood donations are being held and trying to tag along with them.

This should be done at a regional level once a year.

Tree Planting

Environmental Issues, Tree Planting, Litter Picking and Recycling Bins to be introduced in our mission houses.

This is effective between November and February with the Woodland Trust or the National Trust.

This should be done at a regional level once a year.

External Charities

Volunteering for external Charities, for example Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research, Contact your Mayor and work closely with the Charity and also approach smaller charities in your area and support them.

British Legion Poppy Appeal once a year in November.

This is very effective for bucket collection and public relations as it shows our support the armed services and to the country.

At least 2 days per Majlis.

Examples of support includes

Bucket Collections

Visiting each Region

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