Dated: Wednesday 4th January 2017
It is with deep regret, we inform you that Muslim Charity’s “Honouring Our Mothers – Scotland Tour” will be postponed by one week. This is due to unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances affecting one of our respected guests from Pakistan who is unable to attend this weekend.
Rather than going ahead with the tour without the full marketed line-up participating in the events, we have decided to re-schedule the events as follows:
Friday 13th January 2017 - Glasgow (Normandy Hotel)
Saturday 14th January 2017 - Edinburgh (Heriot-Watt University)
Sunday 15th January 2017 - Aberdeen (Hilton Treetops)
Monday 16th January 2017 - Dundee (Gulistan House)
For those who have already purchased tickets, please note that these tickets will still be applicable for the new dates in the relevant cities.
If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us via email on
We apologise for the inconvenience caused and look forward to seeing you at the events on the above-mentioned new dates.    

Muslim Charity's "Honouring Our Mothers" Campaign

Mothers are at the heart of society. When a mother dies, her young child is ten times more likely to also die in developing countries around the world. The surviving children are often taken out of school, sent out to work or end up on the streets with no one to care for them.

Muslim Charity's “Honouring Our Mothers” campaign is about raising awareness and funds to help in saving the lives of mothers and children in countries such as Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Somalia and Yemen which have some of the poorest maternal and child mortality rates in the world.

During our previous “Honouring Our Mothers” campaigns, the generous support and contributions from donors have helped us to save the lives of over 40,000 mothers and children in Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia, Lebanon and India. The 4-City Scotland tour will build on this remarkable achievement to raise more awareness and funds for this noble cause.

Read more about Muslim Charity by visiting our website:
Waseem Badami

One of the most watched media personalities in Pakistan. He began his journalistic career with ARY in 2006 and went on to attract a loyal following for himself as an anchor on his show, 11th Hour with Waseem Badami. 
Adnan Siddiqui

A leading Pakistani actor and model who has worked in Lollywood and Hollywood. He is a household name having appeared in drama serials such as Pal Do Pal, Meri Adhoori Mohabbat and Meri Zaat Zara-e-Benishan.
Najam Sheraz

A Pakistani pop singer, songwriter, music producer and composer. His first Urdu Nasheed, "Na Tera Khuda Koi Aur Hai" changed his perspective about life leading him to dedicate his voice to foster love.
  1. Friday, 13th Jan 2017
    Morbi nunc odi
    Normandy Hotel Inchinnan Road Renfrew PA4 9EJ Doors Open: 6.30pm
  2. Saturday, 14th Jan 2017
    Morbi nunc odi
    James Watt Centre 2 Heriot-Watt University Riccarton, Edinburgh EH14 4AS Doors Open: 6.00pm
  3. Sunday, 15th Jan 2017
    Morbi nunc odi
    Hilton Treetops 161 Springfield Road Aberdeen AB15 7AQ Doors Open: 6.00pm
  4. Monday, 16th Jan 2017
    Morbi nunc odi
    Gulistan House Queen Street Dundee DD5 2HN Doors Open: 6.30pm

Tickets include a 3-course dinner. Children under 5 are free.
Tickets will be emailed to you upon purchasing and you need to bring a printout to the event.
TICKETS FOR GLASGOW (Friday 13th January 2017)
TICKETS FOR EDINBURGH (Saturday 14th January 2017)
TICKETS FOR ABERDEEN (Sunday 15th January 2017)
TICKETS FOR DUNDEE (Monday 16th January 2017)
Muslim Charity, based in the UK, is a leading international relief and development organisation which works to alleviate human suffering around the world and is dedicated in helping the needy overcome poverty and injustice. We are registered and regulated by the Charity Commission of England and Wales.

Address: Muslim Charity, Eaton Hall, Retford, Nottinghamshire, DN22 0PR (UK)

0207 100 4930