Street deeds provide financial assistance to those in need. Our funds for street deeds are formed by Zakat and Donations. At times we also work as an intermediary between the donor and the receiver by arranging a sponsor for a particular case.Anyone can apply for help. Every application is given a fair chance of review. We allocate our funds for street deeds into three different categories.

Income Generation

It focuses on shifting people from the unemployed bracket to the self-employed bracket. Income generation receives 50 percent of our Street Deeds fund. All financial assistance is provided on an interest free loan basis which will be returned in the form of monthly installments if in Zakat case it is not applicable. We have helped a number of families to establish a continuous income generation stream. It enabled them to escape the ills of adversity.


It focuses on helping people who encounter a medical situation and could not afford to get it treated. Healthcare receives 30 percent of our Street Deeds fund. We have helped a number of people to avail medical facilities who were injured in traffic accidents or suffering from some disease.

What happens when you see heapsĀ of garbage littering the streets everywhere in Karachi? Does your heart bleed looking at the eyesores? Do you feel like doing something that can clean all the garbage you see on streets, alleys, and in fact, all across your city? Unfortunately, in a city like Karachi, heaps of garbage found on corners of the streets not only reflects the inefficiency of the city government but also represents an insensitive attitude of our people towards a problem. All over the world, the process of recycling has been adopted as a means of minimizing environmental degradation. The case in Pakistan is entirely different, where heaps of garbage produced daily is an alarming factor and poses a serious threat looming over us.


It covers everything except income generation and healthcare. It receives the remaining 20 percent of our Street Deeds fund. We have helped people arrange wedding ceremonies of their daughters.