“To make this world a better place by serving
humanity in the area of Education, Healthcare
and Rehabilitation based on excellence being a
self sustainable organization”
Hamza Foundation Academy for the Deaf
This project is a state-of-the-art institution dedicated to educate, rehabilitate the hearing-impaired, and provide comprehensive services under one roof to transform lives and promote inclusivity.
The Hamza Foundation extends accessible medical care to low-income areas through diverse medical professionals in centers located in Karachi, Lahore and Kasur.
SABRA SECONDARY SCHOOL
Founded with a mission to provide quality education to underprivileged individuals, aiming to break down class barriers and promote positive societal change.
The Hamza Foundation promote
religious education to foster future
community leaders through teaching
human values by Islam.
68-year journey of humanitarian work for the deaf and hard-of-hearing people “We have bestowed dignity on the children of Adam; provided them with transport on land and sea; given them for sustenance things good and pure; and conferred on them special favours, above a great part of our creation.” (Quran 17:70)…
68-year journey of humanitarian work for the deaf and hard-of-hearing people
“We have bestowed dignity on the children of Adam; provided them with transport on land and sea; given them for sustenance things good and pure; and conferred on them special favours, above a great part of our creation.” (Quran 17:70) The Quran emphasises the dignity of human beings regardless of their gender, race, or even status. Dignity means that human beings have a right to life, health, education, labor, security, etc.
This is what Hamza Foundation believes, and it is working on a Vision to make this world a better place through humanitarian work, respecting the dignity of every human being.
The history of the Hamza Foundation dates back to 1954, when the late Mian Muhammad Amin s/o Late Mian Muhammad Hayat established Sabra Masjid in Shershah, Karachi, with an intent to make it a center of imparting basic Islamic knowledge to the children of the destitute 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 named “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 registered as a Welfare Trust. The Name “HAMZA” was picked up in reverence of Hazrat Ameer Hamza (may Allah be pleased with him), the uncle of the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him).