Welcome to the Zaman International Hope for Humanity Center

Programs

Bayt Al-Zahra: The House of Light and Hope Urgent Needs Program
Zaman's programs provides basic needs such as food, clothing, and shelter assistance to marginalized women and children.

News

Henry Ford College recognizes Zaman CEO Najah Bazzy
Bazzy was awarded the 2017 Gene L. Brazell Community Role Model Award, a distinction bestowed each year by HFC’s Focus on Women.

Events

Mother's Day ChariTea Brunch
Celebrate women in all of their roles at Zaman's ChariTea Brunch on May 6.
OUR IMPACT:
1,148,035
individuals across the world received humanitarian relief, disaster response, and access to safe drinking water through our international activities and partnerships.
32,876
hours of community service have been donated by over 6,168 volunteers to support Zaman's programs over the past three years.
183,898
individuals in Southeast Michigan have had their basic needs of food, clothing, and other essential needs met through Zaman programs. (includes plots and boost)

Testimonials

Being a teacher for the last thirty years, Zaman provides an opportunity to put in action what I have been teaching to my students.
Mina Kahn, B.O.O.S.T. Program Volunteer Teacher
When I first started with Zaman I was looking for some extra volunteer work, something I could put some extra time in to help the community. As I started to engage through some of the activities I realized Zaman was much more than I thought it would be. I recognized that Zaman was something powerful, something vital and influential. Zaman not only impacted the clients, it also impacted my inner self. Dealing with the clients through the mobile food drive came with many surprises. You get to see the outside world get a connection with the clients and get to know them better every day. One case was when I didn't show up to deliver on one of my regular delivery days the client noticed my absence, so the next time I delivered she checked up with me to see why I was gone. I had been gone due to my father's funeral. The client was startled by the news, showing her sorrow and asked my dad’s name in order to include him in her prayers. Another time, I delivered to a family this past Eid, and they greeted me gratefully, thinking that we wouldn't be delivering on Eid but instead celebrating with family. The thing that really touches me is seeing all the smiles on the seniors' faces and the excitement all the kids have when they are given food and gifts, knowing that there are people who care.
Aline Saad, Office and Mobile Food Pantry Volunteer

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