About Us

Al Hajjaj is a charity that specialises in offering free Hajj and Umrah services to the poor.

In addition we also offer a service whereby we appoint one of our agents to perform Hajj on behalf of somebody else (Hajj Al Badal) e.g. somebody who is ill and can't travel or on behalf of somebody's deceased relative or friend.

Millions of Muslims around the world will not be able to visit the House of Allah (SWT) in their lifetimes. The reason for this in the majority of cases is the fact that these Muslims cannot afford the trip.

In the 21st century the costs associated with visiting the Holy Ka'aba are extortionately high. Hajj and Umrah packages can run into thousands of pounds / dollars.

Millions of Muslims around the world don't have enough money to feed and clothe their families. How can these people expect to ever visit the House of Allah? For these people the idea of performing Hajj or Umrah is merely a dream.

Al Hajjaj was created with a vision to make the dreams of such poor people come true.

Al Hajjaj carefully finds and selects genuinely poor Muslims around the world who have a desire to perform Hajj or Umrah.

We invite other Muslims around the world to contribute towards our cause so that we can send poor people from around the world for Hajj or Umrah.

We have a 100% donation policy. We do not use any of the funds to cover expenses associated with the running of the charity. We use 100% of the funds to pay for all of the costs associated with that person's pilgrimage only. This includes but is not limited to airline tickets, visas, passport costs, accommodation, food any unforeseen medical expenses, spending money and any other costs.

Every person who makes a payment via our website is also shown evidence of how the funds have been applied. This is provided in the form of copies of passports, visas, and photographs of the person in Mecca / Medina etc. In some cases we may also be able to provide phone numbers for the person performing the pilgrimage. Please view the gallery to see pictures of some of the people that we have previously sent for pilgrimage to Mecca / Medina.