The Gaya Muslim Orphanage is managed with the donations from Muslim Ummah, both in cash and kind. Zakat, Sadaqah, Usra, Fitra and Animal hides (during Eid-uz-Zuha) are the chief resources collected by the GMO to run its day-to-day affairs. Philanthropists and benefactors have also contributed wholeheartedly by getting rooms constructed in the names of their deceased relatives. Besides, a major relief for the GMO is that the Government of Bihar pays the ‘GMO Urdu Middle School’ teachers their monthly salary since the government has recognized the school as a Muslim minority managed institution under the provisions of the Constitution. However, the GMO pays the salary of the teachers of ‘GMO Urdu High School’ from its resources, which is a big burden for the institution as such. The GMO has meager resources at its disposal and the institution therefore cannot execute or implement its other future plans already in the pipeline.
Education is the key to progress and prosperity. One of the most pressing needs that Muslims in
India are in need of is increased opportunities to attend institutions of higher education.
IMRC believes strongly in investing in the future generations of Indian Muslims by supporting the
following education initiatives.
Sponsorship allows orphans (especially those in war-torn or disaster regions) to stay in their homeland with relatives by providing financially for the orphans' upbringing.
If Prophet Muhammad were born today and orphaned again by the age of 8, what chance would there be for Muslims to learn what we still need to learn? Unless we Muslims are ready to stand by our orphaned children through fostering and sponsorship, to support the development of these children to become a part of society with the contributions that they can make, we risk the future of our children and the Ummah in more ways than one, and we weaken the fellowship that Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) provided for all Muslims.
"And whatsoever you spend of anything (in the cause of Allaah), He will replace it. He is the Best
of those who grants sustenance." [Soorah Saba‘ 34:39]
"When a man dies, his acts come to an end, but three, recurring charity, knowledge (by which people) benefit, or a pious son who prays for him (for the deceased)." [Sahih al-Muslim]
"I and the caretaker of the orphan will enter Paradise together like this, raising (by way of illustration) his forefinger and middle finger jointly, leaving no space in between." [Sahih al-Bukhaari]
Your compassion and generosity can make a difference in the lives of thousands of not-so-privileged orphans! Help bring a smile to your orphan brothers. If Allah has provided you with resources, you can help the Gaya Muslim Orphanage by taking the sponsorship of an orphan by providing a monetary assistance of $250 per year.
If you would like some of your wealth to be used for the above purposes Feesabilillaah then please fill the form and support us and Help Us for The Sake of Allah because we are really having hard time to help ease the suffering of our Muslim orphan brothers.