Welcome to the Zaman International Hope for Humanity Center

Programs

Bayt Al-Zahra: The House of Light and Hope Urgent Needs Program
The Bayt Al-Zahra Urgent Needs Program, Zaman’s flagship initiative, gives food, clothing, shelter, and other forms of emergency relief to marginalized women and children, senior populations, and the terminally ill.

News

Eighth Annual Hope for Humanity Run Walk Picnic raises more than $14,000 for women and children
800 people came to Dearborn’s Ford Field Park on Sept. 16 for Zaman’s Eighth Annual Hope for Humanity Run Walk Picnic, enjoying a day of food, fun and fitness while raising $14,200 for Detroit-area women and children experiencing extreme poverty.

Events

8th Annual Zaman Hope for Humanity Run Walk Picnic
Join us for the 8th Annual Zaman Hope for Humanity Run Walk Picnic on Saturday, September 16, 2017.
OUR IMPACT:
1,337,916
individuals across the world received humanitarian relief, disaster response, and access to safe drinking water through our international activities and partnerships.
40,000
hours of community service have been donated by over 6,168 volunteers to support Zaman's programs since 2011.
183,898
individuals in Southeast Michigan have had their basic needs of food, clothing, and other essential needs met through Zaman programs.

Testimonials

I've delivered food to people with absolutely nothing - not even furniture. I got my kids involved because I realized I couldn't just tell them about it; they had to see it for themselves. And they have learned a lot. Their way of thinking is different now. They appreciate how much they have and they understand the value of giving back.
Aline Saad, Office and Mobile Food Pantry Volunteer
Zaman is such an amazing organization that does so much for the community. I enjoy volunteering with them because I feel like I'm actually making a difference in people's lives. I was able to sort and deliver food and clothing to women and children who needed a helping hand. Volunteering with Zaman is so rewarding, I am very grateful to have been able to do my part.
Mariam Alrayes, Volunteer

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