Who are SKT Welfare?
Over the past decade, we have delivered multiple projects, focusing on emergency relief, food, water, healthcare, education, orphan care and seasonal campaigns, such as winter and Qurbani.
One of our unique projects is the Springs of Hope family centre for Syrian orphans and widowed mothers. With over 215 orphans in our full time care and 70 widowed mothers, Springs of Hope is a safe home located on the border of Turkey and Syria, in Reyhanli, where we provide food, clothes, healthcare and education to the orphans, as well as help the mothers up-skill to find work.
Another of our programmes is our Deployment project where volunteers are provided with the opportunity to volunteer abroad in Turkey, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Working on the ground and distributing food aid to vulnerable people in refugee camps and rural communities, volunteers get to experience the aid delivery journey first hand.
We provide food, water and healthcare to those affected by conflict, poverty and natural disasters and establish sustainable development projects in some of the world’s poorest communities. Al Huda Bakery is one of those sustainable projects where fresh bread is produced and distributed daily to Syrian refugees approx 10,500 people are reached daily, the bread is a vital lifeline.
Our mission is to deliver humanitarian aid solutions to those in desperate need, regardless of gender, race or religion.
We are proud of our 100% donation policy, which means every single penny you donate is used to directly serve those in need.
100% Donation Policy - How?
SKT Welfare’s unique 100% donation policy means that every penny you donate is used for serving those in need. Our overhead costs are covered either by direct donations or by using Gift Aid. This policy sets us apart from most international NGOs and is the guiding principle of our organisation.
All work is carried out by experienced, committed volunteers and overseen by trustees with professional, management and charity sector experience.
We never outsource work to other agencies, which prevents possible conflicts of interest, and we take complete ownership for delivering aid and fulfilling our projects with absolute transparency and integrity.
We are proud of our acheivements which would not have been possible without our generous donors and volunteers.
8,276,900 people were provided with clean water,
600,501 received winter packs,
661,382 patients were treated,
10,052,387 received freshly baked bread.