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Welcome to Hamza Foundation

The origin of Hamza Foundation dates back to 1954, when late Mian Muhammad Amin s/o Late Mian Muhammad Hayat established Sabira Masjid in Shershah, Karachi, with a view to make it a centre of imparting basic Islamic teachings to the children of the destitutes living in the area. After his death on May 28, 1967, his successors decided to lay the Foundation of a social welfare institution in his memory. A body name “Amin Hayat Trust” was constituted with the ultimate objective of developing it into a grand charitable organization. Its name was changed in 1978 to HAMZA FOUNDATION and got it registered as a Welfare Trust. The Name “HAMZA” was picked up because of the reverence in which Hazrat Amir Hamza, the uncle of the Holy Prophet (PBUH), was held.

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Medical Centers

The Hamza Foundation is providing free medical services to deserving patients at eight different medical centers located at, three in Lahore and one each at Kasur, Hussain Khanwala, Burki, Hadyara, and Karachi.

During the period from July 2014 to June 2015, 355,926 patients have been provided medical care in various fields i.e. Diabetes, Nutrition, Hypertension, Tuberculosis, Eye Care, Gynecology, Childcare, Dentistry, Radiology and Sonography (USG).

During year 2015-2016, Hamza Foundation provided free medical facilities to 388,148 patients.

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Academy

Hamza Foundation Academy for the Hearing Impaired

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Other Services

Besides medical services many other philanthropic activities are carried out by Hamza Foundation. The details can be access by clicking on other services.

CEO Message

I shall pass through this world but once, Any good that I can do or any help that I can give to my fellow beings, let me do it now. For I shall not pass this way again. It has been a great honour for me to serve as Chairman Hamza Foundation for the last so many years. During the period, the Foundation has faced many challenges, achieved tremendous goals and has obtained good results.
It indeed gives me a great degree of satisfaction as well as pride once I see the performance of this welfare organization in serving the humanity ever since its inception i.e. in the year 1978-79. During the course of time it has taken great leaps forward and has attained a status where its services are recognized and appreciated all over. Be it the Academy for hearing impaired children or Diabetes clinic & Medical Centres, our employees are always found in high spirits.In the end, I take this opportunity to pay my gratitude to all the employees of Hamza Foundation including Special Education teachers and Medical Officers, whose good performances has enabled us to serve the ailing humanity.