About us

Our History

Time To Help UK is a registered charity (No. 1160467), established in London in 2013, working nationally as well as internationally. We have completed major projects successfully in a range of different countries, including building water wells in Africa, providing medical care for sufferers of cataract in Pakistan, and setting up food tents and bringing relief to people affected by disasters such as the Nepal earthquake.

Since its establishment, Time to Help UK has endeavoured to stand by the needy, orphan or anyone affected by a disaster, and has extended a helping hand towards them. For this purpose, we have rushed to the aid of people during the Haiyan Typhoon in the Philippines, the mine disaster in Soma, the Syrian crisis and the attacks in Gaza. We have recently started projects, in our local communities, mainly in the Enfield area of London, to support the homeless and destitute.

We believe that the biggest achievement of Time to Help UK so far has been the difference it has made in the lives of impoverished people of Africa and Central Asia. Time to Help UK has launched several aiding appeals in a wide region, including Burundi and Chad (Africa), the Philippines, Gaza, Kyrgyzstan and Turkey.

Our mission

Building a better, more prosperous and peaceful world! Our work areas are poverty and disaster relief, from this we aim to help people fight poverty, serve the elimination of social injustice, war, persecution and support people who cannot meet their basic needs. Time To Help UK was founded by British volunteers inspired by the teachings of Muslim scholar and peace advocate Fethullah Gulen. Despite this, it is not a religious or ethnic organisation. For the wrapping of a better world, we act in goodness by ignoring the statuses of the needy like age, nationality and religion.

Work Areas

Disaster Relief

• Provide emergency aid.
• Provide security for victims and families.
• Aid in rebuilding.
• Mobilise volunteers and aid efficiently.


• Target and fight against poverty.
• Reduce suffering.
• Provide basic needs to the destitute.
• Support to achieve independence.