What a great day our volunteers had! It’s great to see our volunteers and others coming together to participate in the Ponderosa Planting event organized by the Southern Nevada Conservancy at Mt Charleston. Silversage Foundation volunteers planted over 100 ponderosa trees which is a significant contribution to the preservation of nature in our area.
Taking action to protect the environment is crucial for the well-being of our planet and future generations. By planting trees, we are not only helping to beautify the landscape but also playing a vital role in combating climate change, providing habitats for wildlife, and improving air quality.
Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) emphasizes the importance of planting trees and caring for the environment by saying: Even if the resurrection were established upon one of you while he has in his hand a sapling, let him plant it. It encourages individuals to take responsibility for nurturing and preserving nature, even if they were in the midst of a significant event like resurrection.
Thank you to all of our volunteers! Thank you Southern Nevada Conservancy for organizing the tree planting event.
Keep up the fantastic work folks!!

Join us for a rewarding day of volunteering and planting!

Are you passionate about the environment and making a positive impact? We invite you to join us for a special planting activity to help restore and beautify our community. 🌳🌷

🗓️ Date: Saturday, June 10, 2023
⏰ Time: 9-12 and/or 12-3pm
📍 Location: Mt. Charleston

In collaboration with Southern NV Conservancy, we’re organizing this wonderful event to create a greener and healthier environment together. Whether you’re an experienced gardener or simply enjoy getting your hands dirty, this is an opportunity for everyone to contribute and make a difference.

All necessary tools and equipment will be provided, but we encourage you to bring your gardening gloves and wear comfortable clothes. This event is open to all ages, so feel free to bring your family and friends along!

Spread the word and help us make this planting activity a huge success. Together, we can create a greener future for generations to come. 🌏💚

More information along with RSVP form:

We are excited to announce that we will be attending a litter pickup event at Mt. Charleston which is hosted by Southern Nevada Conservancy in honor of Earth Day. This event is a great opportunity for community members to come together and make a positive impact on the environment.

The litter pickup event will take place on Saturday, May 13, from 9 AM to noon. Southern Nevada Conservancy will provide all necessary supplies, including gloves, bags, and pickers.

We encourage everyone to participate in this event and help keep our community clean and beautiful. It is a great way to get some exercise, enjoy the outdoors, and meet new people while making a difference.

Please RSVP by emailing us at so we can ensure we have enough supplies for everyone. You can also RSVP through

Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you at the Earth Day Community Engagement Litter Pickup Event!

Together, we can make a difference and show our love for Mother Earth. Let’s do our part to create a more sustainable future for generations to come! 💚

Our youth group @silversageyouth will be hosting Youth Iftar Dinner next Saturday, April 8.

We will be happy to to have you join us in fast-breaking dinner! Sign-up is required!

What: Youth Iftar Breaking Dinner

When: Saturday, April 8

Time: Iftar time (7 pm)

Location: 2920 N Green Valley Pkwy, Unit 212
Henderson, NV  89014

ACT/SAT Program for High School Students!

Our boot camp is an intensive, short-term course designed to prepare you for a standardized test, such as the SAT or ACT, in a condensed amount of time. It often involves long hours of studying, practice tests, and drill sessions, with the goal of improving test scores and performance.

Our program offers a supportive and collaborative learning environment that allows students to study with your friends and make new connections with others who have similar goals. By studying alongside your friends, you will be able to provide each other with motivation, accountability, and a sense of camaraderie as you work towards your goal of improving your ACT scores. And not only will you have the opportunity to deepen your existing relationships, but you will also make new friends who share your passion for academic success. Overall, our ACT prep program is the perfect setting for you to achieve your full potential and have a fun and engaging learning experience.

Our next program will take place between March 13th and 15th.

Please RSVP below to attend one of the information sessions.

Silver Sage Foundation hosted an iftar for the high school students in Las Vegas from various religions. We gathered on the 9th of April to celebrate an iftar dinner together and reinforce relationship between different religions.

The Interfaith Council of Southern Nevada also participated in the iftar and honored us with their presence. We had various speakers from them and their enlightening speeches gave important lessons to the high school youth in the audience.

There were plenty of non-Muslim high school students who tried fasting for the iftar and they expressed their surprise in finding that fasting is not as hard as they thought. They also stated how much joy they felt spiritually.

We would like to thank to all volunteers who realized this wonderful event, participants, The Interfaith Council of Southern Nevada and Teen Project of Silver Sage Foundation.

Our volunteers participated in the Ponderosa Planting event held at Mount Charleston and organized by Southern Nevada Conservancy. The families came together and enriched their Saturday by planting trees and enjoying the fresh mountain air.

Silver Sage Foundation volunteers planted a total of 62 saplings. Our volunteers had to work hard digging the ground with shovels and plant the saplings by themselves. It was a fantastic opportunity to teach our kids how to support our beautiful nature as they were involved in the whole process. Especially after a long season of wildfires, this kind of restoration efforts are vital.

We would like to thank Southern Nevada Conservancy for allowing us to be a part of this meaningful event. Their organization and guidance was perfect and it allowed us to plant our saplings efficiently. And a special thanks to our volunteer families who took time from their weekend holidays and participated in such a physically demanding event.

Silver Sage Foundation volunteers spent their Saturday afternoon in Warm Springs Natural Area to help with the tree planting efforts. Despite a very warm day without any clouds to cover the hot sun, the volunteers planted trees happily and enthusiastically.

We believe that every individual has an obligation to preserve nature as much as they can. Especially under the shadows of a looming climate crisis, we must do whatever we can do minimize our impact on the environment. In this light, our volunteers and a dozens of other nature-friends joined to the tree planting efforts.

This Green Up event organized by the Southern Nevada Water Authority was also a great opportunity to teach our kids how to respect nature. They learnt how to plant trees under the supervision of Warm Springs Natural Area officers.

We would like to thank our great volunteers for working hard for a noble cause and the Southern Nevada Water Authority for organizing such a crucial event. Follow our social media channels to have a chance to join such future events.

To celebrate the National Public Lands Day on September 27th, Southern Nevada Conservancy organized a volunteer cleanup and celebration event. We participated in the event with our Teen Project youth.

Littering in the national parks is a serious issue as it affects the wild life negatively and might cause forest fires. As part of the Southern Nevada community, we couldn’t miss an opportunity to help make Spring Mountains cleaner. With our nature loving volunteer team, we signed up for the 4th annual ‘Green the Mountain’ event. We were among a total of 400 volunteers.

After a day of hard working and celebrating nature, a total of 4500 pounds of garbage was collected. While that’s a huge relief and happiness to know that much harmful substance were removed from the mountain, it is a bit sad to see how much people litter the area.

We would like to thank the USDA Forest Service & Southern Nevada Conservancy for this great event. It was a priceless opportunity to participate in such a noble act of cleaning our beautiful nature. We also would like to thank our kind volunteers who worked hard and smiled all day.

Silver Sage Foundation’s Teen Project Unit collected clothes to be donated to Hannah’s Closet, a donation drop off and distribution location ran by Fostering Hope which is a ministry of Hope Church in Las Vegas. Fostering Hope supports foster families in various ways. Fostering Hope supports foster children from age 0 to 18, and they also have special programs helping them beyond age of 18 until 21 with the ‘Step Up’ system.

Our volunteer Teen Project youth has been gathering donations from the locals of Las Vegas. And they dropped them off at Hannah’s closet on Tuesday, 19th of January so that those clothes could be distributed to the foster care families. With the initiative named, ‘Coat Drive’ our hard-working teens collected scarves, gloves, boots, coats and hats. We sincerely hope that these clothes will make the cold winter season easier for the foster children.

We applaud our Teen Project volunteers and generous donors for this kind act. And we also give a special thanks to Fostering Hope, especially Donna White who answered our questions patiently and sincerely. For more information on how to help foster children, please visit:

Donna White (Manager of Hannah’s Closet and Care Community Director) answered our question on the Foster Care system such as how many foster children are in Las Vegas, how can we interact with them or support them and what happens when they turn 18.