Featured Projects


Widow/Orphan Support

Hidaya currently supports nearly 10,000 orphans and nearly 5,000 of their widowed mothers or guardians.  It costs around $50 per month to support a widow and couple of orphans for all household needs and education for school aged orphans.

One Million Meals

Every year, Hidaya Foundation strives to provide one million meals to those in dire need throughout the world by offering dry ration food packages as well as cooked meals. Dry ration packages consist of wheat or rice, lentils, cooking oil, and is accompanied with soap. Due to buying in bulk, it costs around 50 cents per meal.

Medical Assistance

Hidaya arranges for examinations and treatments for the vulnerable and in need in localities where we have operations. Also hospital equipment is donated and shipped for use in hospitals in poor rural areas enabling them to provide better service to the poor. Click here to donate towards this project.

Container Shipment for In-Kind Donations

Hidaya ships 40ft. containers of winter clothing, shoes and more to the poor of Pakistan. It costs $5,000+ to ship each container of In-Kind Donations, which can clothe and benefit up to 25,000 people! The clothes were already donated, we just need to get them there – so when sponsoring this effort:

  • $10 can benefit 50 people
  • $25 can benefit 125 people
  • $50 can benefit 250 people
  • $100 can benefit 500 people
  • $500 can benefit 2,500 people
  • $1,000 can benefit 5,000 people
  • $5,000 can benefit 25,000 people (whole container)

Donate towards the cost of shipping to clothe the poor.

Clean Drinking Water

  • Water Hand Pumps – The average cost of installing a hand pump in Pakistan or Bangladesh is about $300 per pump.
  • Delivery with Water Tanker – It costs just $10 per round for a 1,200 gallon tanker to give water to hundreds of families.

Zakat (Obligatory Charity)

Hidaya Foundation collects and distributes Zakat donations per Islamic guidelines as mentioned in Al-Quran, Surah At-Tawbah, Chapter 9, Verse 60. Zakat funds are used to support orphans, widows, poor elderly, families in extreme poverty, poor young women for marriage, deserving students, poor medical patients, and people affected by disaster. Click here to donate towards this project.

Sadaqah (Charity)

Sadaqah is an Islamic term that means voluntary charity. Sadaqah funds can be used towards any of Hidaya Foundation’s projects. Click here to donate towards this project.


The prescribed way to make amends for various wrong actions, such as breaking ones fast without an excuse in Ramadan, is kaffara.  Hidaya distributes kaffara on behalf of donors by providing dry ration food to the poor.

One Million Trees

The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said, “If any Muslim plants any plant and a human being or an animal eats of it, he will be rewarded as if he had given that much in charity.” (Sahih Bukhari Vol. 8, Number 41)

Hidaya is planting fruit & nut trees as a sadaqah jariah to benefit families and communities in need.  It costs only $1 per seedling!

Animal Farming

Hidaya provides animals for poor families as a way of sustaining themselves for their own personal food as well as for profit and trade.

Poultry Farming: Five chickens and one rooster, or a flock of 25 chicks, are given to a family (feeding supplies are also provided). It costs about $50 to start a small poultry farm.

Rabbit Farming: 7 rabbits (6 female and 1 male) a breeder cage and food costs about $70 to start a family with rabbit farming.

Goat Farming: Goats are given to the poor in rural areas for milk and goat farming. It costs about $220 for a pair of goats for a family to get started.

Cow Farming: It costs about $500 for a cow which can provide milk.

Support Hidaya Schools

Hidaya is currently operating 45 schools in such villages, with over 5,000 students from KG to 8th grade under the Support Hidaya Schools project. It costs about $200 to run a classroom of approximately 40 students for each month. Join us in this important effort of educating a generation of children who can one day bring their villages out of poverty in shaa Allah!


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