This SeekersStory shares the story of Sister Nafisah, a SeekersGuidance student since the Knowledge without Barriers initiative was launched. Sister Nafisah is completely blind, and is studying online with SeekersGuidance to learn how to recite the braille Qur'an. She told us her personal story, and about how she came to be a SeekersGuidance student. Hearing her personal journey was very moving, leaving us feeling more conscious of God's blessings and determined to use them in His service. Meeting our students is always inspiring and reminds us why we are doing what we are doing.
"Transformative giving is the best of charity" - Shaykh Faraz Rabbani
Knowledge Without Barriers - Powered By Your Generosity
Through generous people like you, SeekersGuidance has been able to democratise Knowledge Without Barriers to the far reaches of this world. Through continued financial investment, SeekersGuidance seeks to improve access to knowledge -- your financial donation powers SeekersGuidance to sustain its services and increase its outreach to those who otherwise would not have access to important Sacred Knowledge. Be part of the learning and be part of helping others learn too!
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On Sunday January 17, SeekersGuidance, Islamic Relief, MSA National, Fawakih Institute, and Relief Works banded together for an emergency online fundraiser to alleviate the suffering of the victims of Haiti Earthquake.
In the span of just two hours, they were able to raise over $105,000 !
SeekersGuidance Ramadan Webinar. Hosted at the SeekersHub - http://www.seekershub.org in Toronto on August 20, 2011. With a recorded presentation by Imam Afroz Ali and live on-site speeches from Shaykh Faraz Rabbani & Ustadha Shireen Ahmed. With a special guest who joined us live from London, Sidi Abdul Rehman Malik of Radical Middle Way and Q-News.