"Every Ummah (people) has a test to undergo, my Ummah will be tried through their wealth."
(Sunan at-Tirmizi, Vol. 4, 2343)
Mountain of Mercy is dedicated to giving 100% of your donations to the needy, all admin costs are paid for by Mountain of Mercy volunteers.
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One of our continuous projects in Sri Lanka has been to build several wells in areas where access to water to meet basic human need has become a difficult task. Today we take water for granted. A blessing from Allah to quench our thirst and meet our bodily needs in order to survive.
At the press of a button we have access to water which we take for granted. But for millions of people this is a necessity that has become a difficult task on a daily basis. Often travelling several miles by foot to find a well.
Mountain of Mercy is working in Sri Lanka and has located several poor villages where there is a need to build well's, at a cost of £180 a well will provide water for several people and become a means of Sadqah-e-Jaria (continuous charity).
Philippines Orphanage Center 2013
For the past 6 years Mountain Of Mercy has been working in Philippines in the city of Marawi helping orphaned chilren by paying for living costs, educational costs and general costs associated with the Orphanage. Mountain of Mecy has also financed to pay teachers for the education of the children as well as looking after the maintenance aspects of the building. (Southern Philippines)
Please donate towards this noble project.
If you would like to make a donation to Mountain of Mercy, please click on the donate button below.
Note: Please email us your address once donation is made to email@example.com
especially if donating for a Water Well so we can send the photo to the given address on completion.
Latest News - Materity Clinic / Hospital
Mountain of mercy has now completed the building of a medical clinic in Puttalam.
Members of Mountain of Mercy visited the opening of the clinic on the 11th of April.
The clinic is now running and fully operational. There is future plans for the clinic to become a hospital.
Mohamed Ziad Hafiz (London)
Nafisa Hafiz (Heston)
Faruk Abdullah (North West)
Aqeela Darwan (North West)
Misbah Vohra (London)
Shenaz Suleman, Events Co-ordinater (Leicester)
Mohamed Suleman (Leicester)
Fazila Poptani (Leicester)
Ashif Patel (North West)
Rizwan Yusuf (Impress Printers) (Yorkshire)
Mohamed Oun Ali (Project Manager Sri Lanka)
Mehraj Dhilruwan Sally
Rinaaz Dhilshan Sariffodeen
Tuan Hilary Ahmadeen