Alhamdulillah I cant complain. I pray you and your family are well too.
I hope you dont mind me answering your question publicly.
Alhamdulillah by the grace of Allah I have had the opportunity to volunteer for a handful of charities. I can say from those charities, the one that stands out to me the most is Ummah Welfare Trust.
They run on a 100% Donation Policy, so penny/nickel/dime you donate goes directly to the cause you raise money for. They held a conference a couple of weeks ago which I attended, and they give an annual report of where every single penny that has been donated goes to
Their day to day operations are handled by volunteers and some full-time workers who get paid very little. The money they get paid from comes from clothing shops as well as donors, who donate money purely for running the charity.
It is something that we forget time to time, we’re always raising money for charity but we forget about the Brothers and Sisters, who spend their whole life dedicated to raising awareness of these charities.
They are one of the only charities that have set up a camp inside Syria to help Widows and Orphans, and have dedicated campaigns also in Gaza, Central African Republic, Rohingya, Philippines, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Bosnia.. just to name a few. You can view a list of their projects here.
They’re even working on a scheme in some countries, where they set locals up with businesses, so they can earn a living themselves, instead of always relying on the help of the charity.
The people that volunteer/work for Ummah Welfare Trust all have great manners (adab) which is very important, because I’ve witnessed one or two muslim charities who lack this when fundraising, and all their fundraising event are organised using Islamic values, so you won’t see any unnecessary fitnah at their events. Although its not something you’d like to hear, but this last paragraph was really important to me, because as muslims, when we raise money for an organisation, we should make sure to adhere to Qur’an and Sunnah as much as possible, unfortunately there are a few charities that lack in this department and allow unnecessary free-mixing.
I hope that doesn’t put you away from anything that I have said, but I truly do believe, as a charity, Ummah Welfare Trust have one of the best reputations.
I’m sure there are many Brothers and Sisters that can vouch for them.