Helping the disabledSister Fehzoonisa has been actively involved in humanitarian and community service since for the past 11 years. She was media liaison officer for an organisation assisting destitute women. Being  a motivational speaker and mentor, she presents spiritually uplifting workshops in various areas and invites other motivational speakers to address the delegates.

Until Feb 2017, Fehz Nikahs has brought to Gauteng 23 free workshops which have been well attended and inspiring with guest speakers like Dr Zaheed Khan (Marriage Counsellor, regression therapist), Sheik Salama (Itv), Faraaz Mahomed (clinical psychologist) and many more. She has assisted the less fortunate by distributing food hampers in Ramadaan and for Eid ul Fitr. Many reverts have been helped by her with Qurans, basic learning skills and also appropriate clothes for ladies to encourage them to don the Hijab. Sister Fehzoonisa's aim is to inspire Muslims to follow Quran and Sunnah.

For two years now sister Fehzoonisa has engaged in the Weekly feeding of the poor, the needy, the orphans, and the aged at various institutions in Gauteng & Durban. Distributed Iftar daily last year to up to 300 people per day. She helps rural areas around Gauteng with necessities and workshops to uplift the community is ongoing. She has plans for more this year as well as Tarbiyyah classes.

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This service was started by Sister Fehzoonisa Khan in April 2006.  She saw the need for such a service as people have difficulty in finding suitable partners.  Most clients tell me they were too busy studying and now are too busy working. 

"I don't make the match. Allah makes it.  I am only instrumental in introducing people," said Fehzoonisa.  She started the service after making mashura with her now late Uncle, Moulana Cassin Sema (R.A) of Newcastle, South Africa, who gave her his blessings.

"I give clients a personal service but I have a large network over the past 5 year.  Dealing with so many people has become difficult, thus I have set up this website enabling people to find suitable matches and initiate contact with the person.  I will, however, provide personal service to whomsoever may be desirous of it."

Having been in Public Relations in the corporate world for a long time, she enjoys working with people.  This service is Shariah compliant.  Dating is discouraged and no pictures are used to show to prospective partners.

"I believe people should, meet in a respectful manner and should make their decision thereafter."

She owes her communication skills to her late parents who served the community in their area for many years and, of course, to her teachers as well.  Being Islamically inclined, she runs her service with care as to not violate the laws of Shariah.  It is her wish that people will meet through her website and Insha-Allah marries.

"I am serious about what I do and if you are serious about marriage, don't hesitate to use my service."

No parties or get togethers are held to introduce people. Many Nikahs have taken place over the past eleven years through this agency. Babies have also been born from marriages through this service.