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OUR PROGRAMS
Orphan Support Program
$1/Day. $365/ Year. Sponsor a Child. Create a Future.
Children with Disabilities Program
$2/Day. $60/Month. $720/Year. Create Hope. Sponsor a Disabled Child
Health Care
Emergency and long term medical assistance for the needy and injured.
Education Support
Student Scholarships, Rebuilding Schools and Adult Literacy Programs.
Physical Rehabilitation
Physiotherapy and artificial limbs for those who've lost mobility in disasters.
infrastructure
Infrastructure Development
Rebuilding homes, schools and villages in disaster affected areas.
Inkind Gift Program
In-Kind Gift Centers across USA. Medical equipments and basic necessity items.
Seasonal Programs
Iftar and Eid Gift Donations. Global Fitra and Zabeeha Programs in over 60 countries.
Water for Life
Providing clean water by placing water pumps, wells and sanitation programs.
Skill Development
Empowering Women through skills development and vocational training
Public Advocacy & Social Justice
Raising awareness on issues like global hunger. Supporting activism for Social Justice
Matching Gift Partners Program
Over 40 companies matching their employees' donations to HHRD. Does your company match?
Emergency Appeals
Africa Drought Crisis, Libya Relief, Pakistan Flood Relief, Japan EQ-Tsunami Relief, Haiti Earthquake Relief and Many Others...
Youth Empowerment
Providing Summer Internships and programs like Youth for Haiti and Youth for Japan.
Interest Free Microfinance
 Repayment loan rate of 99.8%. Best form of Sadaqa-e-Jariya.
Our Newswires
Events
Global Zabihah Program
October 18th, 2014
( Jacksonville, FL *)
Comedy for a Worthwhile Cause
October 25, 2014
( Duluth, GA *)
Charity Mushaira
October 26, 2014
( Yorba Linda, CA *)
Charity Mushaira
October 31, 2014
(Westborough, MA *)
NE Musharia 2014
Help Education in Pakistan
November 15th, 2014
(Fullerton, CA *)
2014 Annual Banquet
Global Struggle To Empower the less Fortunate
IN THE NEWS
29 September 2014
Millions of Children In Need
She walked aimlessly for miles with a group of people from her village. On this treacherous journey she lost many loved ones including her beloved parents. She was afraid; she felt alone amongst this group of people. Under the starry sky, she curled up into a ball, trying to remain warm, as she squeezed her eyes shut. The memories of her parents, the safety of her hut, and laughter of her siblings lulled her to sleep. This is the reality of children across the globe; these are the orphans of the world.