About Us


We are a UK based charity with close ties to SABA Trust

About this website

We would like to share with you information about our humble efforts made by the SABA HOMES, we are aligned with SABA Trust that has been established in Pakistan for the past fourty six years. SABA Trust has been involved in multiple projects in Pakistan and has improved the lives of many underprivileged people in Pakistan. The stories of some of the people who have availed themselves of the various programs are truly humbling and inspiring.

This website is merely designed to inform you of the need and potential for the kind of work SABA Homes will be doing and to encourage you to participate in various programmes that will enhance the lives of orphans in Pakistan.

UK registered charity number 1147532

Tel: 0161-8706747
Email: info@www.sabahomes.org
Website: www.sabahomes.org/

Current UK volunteers:

Liaquat Ali: An IT consultant involved in several small businesses and keen helper and promoter of SABA Homes in UK, contact email liaquat.ali@sabahomes.org

Shahid Saleem: A world class car designer, winner of many European awards, helper and promoter as well as mentor to orphans for realising their dreams, contact email: shahid.saleem@sabahomes.org

Khurram Khan: Highly skilled accountant and fianancial adviser to large enterprises, very keen helper and promoter of SABA Homes , contact email khuram.khan@sabahomes.org

Anisa Ali: A trainee lawyer who is also mentor to young orphan girls, very enthusiastic about her involvement in SABA Homes, contact email anisa.ali@sabahomes.org

Aisha Ali: A University student who acts as mentor for saba girls, very motivated helper for raising awareness of SABA Homes, contact email aisha.ali@sabahomes.org.

SABA Homes history

A home for orphan Girls, not an orphange.
A home filled with love and affection like no other, not only in Pakistan, but to the best of my knowledge, there is nothing of this quality in the world. We are unique, we are different and we have changed the whole concept of orphanages. The plight and misery of down and out children has always touched my wife Bushra’s heart. Time and again she expressed her desire to adopt some of the orphans. She had been long talking about the idea of raising even a small group of parentless girls with the same level of love, care and opportunity, as if they were our own children. In 2004, during a meeting with a close friend, Mr Akram Chaudhry, who jumped with joy and said that’s what I have been wanting to do.

Thus he supported the idea wholeheartedly. Then came Oct 2005 – a devastating earth quake that rocked and tumbled the North of Pakistan and Kashmir. The defining moment had come; thus the Saba Trust said “Labaik” (I am here) and embarked upon massive relief efforts in the affected areas. The plight and misery of down and out children has always touched my wife Bushra’s heart. Time and again she expressed her desire to adopt some of the orphans. She had been long talking about the idea of raising even a small group of parentless girls with the same level of love, care and opportunity, as if they were our own children.

In 2004, during a meeting with a close friend, Mr Akram Chaudhry, who jumped with joy and said that’s what I have been wanting to do. Thus he supported the idea wholeheartedly. Then came Oct 2005 – a devastating earth quake that rocked and tumbled the North of Pakistan and Kashmir. he plight and misery of down and out children has always touched my wife Bushra’s heart. Time and again she expressed her desire to adopt some of the orphans. She had been long talking about the idea of raising even a small group of parentless girls with the same level of love, care and opportunity, as if they were our own children.

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