Baitulmaal AHED engages in compassionate projects locally and worldwide to improve lives of victims of disaster and poverty regardless of nationality, race, or religion.
To alleviate poverty, restore hope and dignity through emergency relief and long-term sustainable development in health, education, and community empowerment.
Baitulmaal’s projects executed and continue to be excuted by using Baitulmaal volunteers and employees. If a need arises to work with a partner organization, Baitulmaal does not release funds to any organization until the organization and the names of its board of directors are checked against the terrorist organization lists issued by United Nations, US Department of Treasury and European Union.
In addition, all Baitulmaal employees, project volunteers and partner organizations are required to carefully read the Anti-Terrorist Financing Guidelines: Voluntary Best Practices for U.S.-Based Charities by the US Department of Treasury and attest to executing the projects according to these guidelines as well as the laws of the project country.
Baitulmaal is not affiliated with any Political or Religious organization or any group in any country or whatsoever.