Khidmat is an arabic word which means - To serve
Khalq is an Arabic word which means - Humanity
Hence the English name of the organisation is The Foundation for the Service to Humanity.
The organisation was established in 2019 by the Founder and Chairman, Muhammad Masoom Bagdadi who had the passion to serve mankind regardless of colour or creed.
Khidmatul Khalq Foundation of SA NPC is non-profit company registered in terms of the legislation of South Africa. It is also registered in terms of the Non-profit Organisation Act, 1997. The organisation is also a member of the Minara Chamber of Commerce and affiliated to the Muslim Relief Alliance KZN and Muslims For Humanity.
of bursaries and
of sanitation facilities in rural areas and wherever needed.
of poverty relief and disaster relief.
the destitute and providing hampers
THE PRIVATE SECTOR PLAYS A VITALLY IMPORTANT ROLE IN ASSISTING
KHIDMATUL KHALQ FOUNDATION (FOUNDATION FOR THE SERVICE TO HUMANITY) FULFILL ITS HUMANITARIAN VISION.
By working in partnership with the organisation, like-minded and committed corporate partners have the ability to make a real difference in the lives of some of the most vulnerable people across South Africa, throughout Africa and the world.
In encouraging corporate partnerships, we would stress that Khidmatul Khalq Foundation is a reputable, trustworthy organisation, with a long and unblemished delivery track-record.
• Having in place sustainable projects in the fields of health, education, water and sanitation, human settlements and the environment;
• Having many existing projects through which participating companies are able to add value to existing sites, or assist with expanding reach into new areas; and
• Encouraging company executives and members of staff to become actively involved in the projects they sponsor through our arrangement of 'hands-on' days.
• Promotion of Company Philanthropy;
• Support for CSI Mandates;
• Provision of Section 18A tax-deductible donation certificates;
• Earning of Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Points;
• Payroll-giving, enabling staff of corporate organisations to make regular contributions, via their companies, to specific projects.