Hamza Foundation was originated by the establishment of Sabra
Masjid back in 1954, now it’s a welfare, non- governmental charitable organization serving humanity countrywide in numerous domains!
The origin of Hamza Foundation dates back to 1954, when late Mian Muhammad Amin s/o Late Mian Muhammad Hayat established Sabra Masjid in Shershah, Karachi, with a view to make it a center 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.