Help kids and families in greatest need lift themselves out of poverty.
Zakat is one of the five pillars of Islam. This means that as a Muslim (one who believes in and observes these five pillars) it is obligatory to give zakat to the poor and needy, and this includes orphans
Sadaqah benefits the whole community and ensures that the most vulnerable, orphans, widows, the sick and needy, have an equal standing in society.
At Saba Homes we strive to feed our boys and girls with the very best, how a child eats today will have a striking impact on their health throughout adulthood.
With the help of your generous Iftar sponsorships, Saba Homes is able to provides iftar throughout Ramadan, serving both orphan girls & boys every night of the blessed month.
Orphan sponsorship is an opportunity for those wishing to specifically support a child who has lost their parents.
A General Donation gives Saba Homes the flexibility to use your donations where they are needed the most. A general donation can be a one-time or recurring monthly donation.
Before the Eid al-Fitr prayer at the end of Ramadan, every adult Muslim who possesses food in excess of their needs must pay zakat al-Fitr also known as (Fitrana/Fitra).
If any fasts are missed for any of the days of Ramadan, then a charitable form of compensation is required to be paid.
Fidya - When someone cannot fast in Ramadan (due to ill health, travelling or menstruation for example) they should make up the missed fasts when they are able to do so
Eid is a time to share our blessings with others, exchange well wishes. We are all too aware of those around the world who are unable to enjoy the day in similar carefree spirits.
Losing a husband can be an incredibly saddening experience. But for many women in the world especially in Pakistan, becoming a widow can be the beginning of set of hardships.
Getting married is one of the most exciting occasions in a persons life. Those underprivileged families are unable to pay for various expenses at the time of the marriage.
Qurbani/Udhiyah arises from the tradition of sharing meat with family, the needy and the Orphans on the blessed occasion Eid Ul Adha, culminating the blessed 10 days of Dhul Hijjah.
In a developing country like Pakistan to ensure that programs like “Panahgah” continue to serve the underprivileged citizens without any interruption,
While Saba Homes signature program is educating the most disadvantaged segments of the society; the orphan girls and boys,
According to the UN, 821 million people are undernourished, this is equal to every 9th person on earth facing hunger and every 3rd person affected by malnutrition.
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Make it payable to “Saba Homes” and mail it to:
950 S. Coast Dr. Suite #202
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Saba Homes is a 501 ©3 registered non-profit in the USA under the legal name of International Education &Welfare Society DBA (Doing Business As) Saba Homes Tax ID/EIN Number 33-0716944. All donations made to Saba Homes are tax deductible in the US.
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