With over 30 years of experience, Al-Hasaniya Moroccan Women’s Centre is here to help. We seek to encourage and help clients to access mainstream services and promote positive citizenship and greater understanding amongst communities. If we cannot assist you directly, we will try to help you access another service that can assist. All our services are free, impartial and confidential.
Al-Hasaniya aims to
Grenfell Tower Tragedy
Who, when disaster strikes them, say, “Indeed we belong to Allah, and indeed to Him we will return.”
We have all been horrified and deeply saddened by the events that unfolded on the early hours of Wednesday 14th June 2017.
The death toll continues to rise as the full scale of this unprecedented disaster unfolds. Sadly many of those already identified as dead were known to us in some capacity or the other. The disaster has hit the Arabic speaking community especially.
On the day Al-hasaniya was at the site wanting to provide hands on support to those affected by the fire at 2am and opened its doors to those wanting to have place away from the site. We have continued to providing every means of support possible. We are humbled by the sheer generosity of the public and our young people have been exemplary.
Al-hasaniya remains committed to providing emotional and psychological support to Moroccan and Arabic speaking families. Our priority is to ensure we support families to start to make sense the overwhelming loss at all levels.
Working closely with colleagues in the statutory and voluntary sector, we will continue to work hard to ensure that every individual is supported.
If you wish to make a donation to support our work please do so online and identify your donation as Grenfell-Maroc appeal
We are looking to employ a full time support worker to accompany those affected to offer practical support and help.