Faiz-e-Aam trust is working on a number of projects for the benefit and welfare of the underprivileged. These include educational as well as social welfare programs. Please take some time and have a look at our following projects.
We have initiated skill development programs for ladies from slum areas and the transgender community. We teach them skills such as sewing, cutting, cooking, etc. so they can become self sufficient and contributing members of the society.
We frequently establish medical camps around the poor community to provide them free medical checkups and give them medicine or treatment where necessary. The patients are also given talks on the importance of cleanliness and healthy lifestyle.
We often prepare food for hundreds of people. Then we select slum areas and distribute the food or find deserving people and bring them to a dastarkhwan to serve them food. This is also a good opportunity to teach them manners and give them dawah.
We build vocational centers for boys and girls where they are taught tailoring, electric work, computer skills, and more. These centers aim to develop bread-earning capabilities in young children. This has now evolved into a charity school by the grace of Allah.
We are constantly updating our facebook page with recent activity and projects. Some of our notable projects have their own photo albums that are worth having a look at. Here are some of the highlights. Link to the facebook page is at the bottom.
Take the tour of Faiz-e-Aam's project Mount Hira - A street children school, for guiding, educating, and grooming children according to religious and global values. Or watch interview of Ayesha Iqbal, Managing Director of Faiz-e-Aam Welfare Trust.