LOVE . PEACE . UNITY

at tasnuva, we are united in our dedication to unite all.

WHO WE ARE

Promote Ethic Diverse Communities Within Irish Society

Tasnuva Shamim Foundation Ireland vision is to passionately do social services activities that help promote ethnic communities integration and contribution to the development of Irish society. We welcome all ethnic, religious and diverse background, as this not only improve the future generations of Irish society but bring them, even more, closer to untapped regions of our world.

Tasnuva Shamim Foundation Ireland is a Company Limited by Guarantee Registered in Ireland No 572306, based in Clongriffin, Dublin 13.

OUR APPROACH

We facilitate safe learning spaces

One of the efforts of the charity is helping the homeless as well as promoting community integration and social inclusion events in Ireland.
Tasnuva Shamim was born on the 9th of January 2007, who lives in Clongriffin, Dublin. She was one part of a twin sister, Fatima, who unfortunately died in the womb. One week after she was born, Tasnuva developed Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, and Visual Impairment and is wheelchair bound. Both Tasnuva’s parents and sisters have dedicated their lives to caring and providing for their daughter/sister but they wanted to do more and to reach out those in need of help.
Tasnuva’s family decided to set up a non-profit charity, which is now called Tasnuva Shamim Foundation Ireland (TSFI), in honour of Tasnuva, with the main focus to help and support people in whatever way they could.
01.

— Our Mission

Reach out and bring communities together as well as help the under-privileged people of Ireland
02.

— Our Vision

Involve helping anyone in need. Hunger has no race, religion or face. We also support the underprivileged and assist the integration of communities. In addition, we aim to promote social inclusion.
03.

— Our Story

The charity was started to assist and support disabled people. From January 2016, we started our homeless activities at the GPO Dublin. Since then, we have developed further activities, such as community integration events across Dublin.
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