Trust, Transparency, Compassion

Al Mustafa Trust International’s values are an integral part of who we are, how we operate, and what we do. Our values bring unity to our work and sit at the heart of everything we do.

For more than a decade we have given vital help and support to needy communities worldwide.

Our History

Motivated to help victims of the devastating 2005 Kashmir earthquake, we began with one simple ambition: to raise funds and deliver much-needed aid to the earthquake victims. Starting out with local fundraising efforts in Sheffield, our ambitions soon grew when we identified an urgent need for the care of children orphaned as a result of the catastrophe.

In 2006 we established our UK head office and since then we have helped thousands of people affected by poverty, natural disaster, and conflict.

What We Do

We engage with projects around the world and continue to help the less fortunate during their greatest time of need. From emergency on-the-ground response to launching projects that support health, education, and sustainable living, our teams deliver life-changing initiatives that empower individuals and their communities.

At Al Mustafa Trust International, battling the water crisis, ending hunger and championing orphans are some of the key areas we focus on. We work in conflict zones to provide food, basic essentials and medical supplies to the needy.

You can read more details about our current projects here.

Where We Work

We are a small charity with an international impact: In the past, our teams have worked on projects in countries including United Kingdom, Pakistan, Nepal, India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Haiti, Palestine, The Gambia, Mauritania and Somalia.

Over the years, we have developed strong partnerships with like-minded organisations to ensure aid gets to where it needs to go, as quickly as possible. In the past, we have worked with UNICEF, WHO, WFP, and Red Crescent Movements.

You can read more details about our current appeals and areas of work here.


Last year, we served over 17,500 needy people with the provision of food, clean water, healthcare and emergency relief. To read our annual reports, please click here.

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