Supporting women suffering from domestic abuse, homelessness, poverty and hardship.
We support women and children suffering from hardship, homelessness, economic, emotional, physical and domestic abuse by providing emergency accommodation and support.
Referral Line & General enquiries
Hours of operation:
Monday – Friday: 9.30am – 5pm | Saturdays: 10am – 4pm | Sunday’s closed.
0800 098 2820
Hours of operation: Monday – Wednesday and Friday’s: 11am – 3pm only.
Alternatively please email: email@example.com
Empowering Lives, Creating Futures
At Hiba Foundation, we believe in empowering individuals and communities to create a better future. Our mission is to alleviate the abuse of women and children in all forms which may lead to homelessness, poverty and hardship both in the UK and internationally. We focus on supporting women and children, girls, boys and vulnerable adults at risk of abuse who are socially and economically disadvantaged.
Internationally, we work tirelessly to provide relief to those who are suffering from poverty, abuse, and hardship. We provide education, health care, and emergency relief to ensure that vulnerable individuals have access to the basic necessities of life. Our aim is to empower individuals and communities to build a better future for themselves.
In the United Kingdom, our focus is on women and children suffering from poverty and hardship in context of physical, emotional, economic and domestic abuse. We provide educational awareness of abuse to the public, offering tailored support to women and children who are victims of domestic abuse. We help victims by sign posting them or their referrers to refuges, other specialists charities or organisations and also provide direct emergency accommodation and many other services to help them regain control of their lives.
Our work is only possible with the support of our donors and volunteers. We believe that together, we can make a difference in the lives of those who need it most. Join us in our mission to empower lives and create futures for those who are less fortunate.