Get to Know Allah in the Month of Muharram

Get to Know Allah in the Month of Muharram

If you asked a believer if they loved Allah (SWT) they would respond firmly, with a definitive yes, and be taken aback at such a question. However, how many of us truly have spent time learning more about Him, reflecting on His names, and the magnitude of His...

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Eid Mubarak from HHUGS!

Eid Mubarak from HHUGS!

TaqabbalAllahu minna wa minkum. May Allah accept your siyam, sacrifice, sadaqah and Ibadah during the blessed ten days of Dhul Hijjah. On behalf of all the beneficiaries we support, the trustees, staff and volunteers at HHUGS, we wish you and your loved ones a joyous...

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5 Prayers of Forgiveness You Don’t Want to Forget on Arafah

5 Prayers of Forgiveness You Don’t Want to Forget on Arafah

The 9th of Dhul Hijjah is the day of Arafah; the day in which millions of believers are forgiven and freed from the Fire. On this day, Allah (swt) turns to us and seeks out those beseeching Him. “As for the standing at ‘Arafah: Allah the Almighty descends to the...

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10 Deeds for 10 Days

10 Deeds for 10 Days

Simple but Special Acts to Perform in Dhul Hijjah In the hustle and bustle of life, we barely have a moment to ponder. But when we do, we may find ourselves dwelling on our spiritual journey. We’ve all been there, performing our obligatory prayers and routine Adhkhar,...

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Less Rockin’, More Racing..

Less Rockin’, More Racing..

Meet Our Super Fundraiser Samina Gone are the days where grandmothers sit in rocking chairs, knitting and reminiscing on the good old days; simply because they’re too busy in the thick of it, living their best life (far away from any knitting or rocking) Instead, you...

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A rare treat: Saturday spent in Dovedale

A rare treat: Saturday spent in Dovedale

As Brits, any sign of sunshine and we’ve got our picnics packed, seatbelts on, tanks full and on the road to somewhere green, and scenic.  We don’t get warm weather often, so when we do we make the most of it. Due to the lockdown, we’ve been cooped indoors,...

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It’s time to pick up the phone..

It’s time to pick up the phone..

Seizing the opportunity to make amends in Dhul Qa’dah It may be a close friend, an acquaintance, or someone closer to home. You may not have spoken to kindly them, or at all, for a few hours, days, or even longer. You may long to hear their voice, to wrap your arms...

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A Day of Appreciation – Not All Heroes are Adults

A Day of Appreciation – Not All Heroes are Adults

We’ve all heard the saying, ‘not all heroes wear capes.’ Well, we’ve got another one for you. Not all heroes are adults. We are ending Small Charity Week with a day of appreciation;  appreciation for the unsung heroes who strive hard to raise funds for HHUGS...

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Small yet mighty: The impact YOU had on Sister Yasmin

Small yet mighty: The impact YOU had on Sister Yasmin

We are taught a grand gesture yields a grand response. But small gestures can also have the same, or greater impact. The reality is, small doesn’t always mean less.  A small gesture, or a few words of kindness can have a profound impact on someone. On Small...

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Like a hug in a box

Like a hug in a box

There are all sorts of reasons as to why we give gifts; it may be to celebrate, to thank, or to even apologise. It may simply be to show appreciation, on a random day. As humans, we cherish the act of gifting; whether we are the giver or the receiver. The giver scours...

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