Silver Sage Foundation works to provide economic assistance to those in need in the United States and around the world. Helping fellow human beings, regardless of their ethnic, religious or cultural backgrounds, is a core principle of the Alliance, its members, and partners. Here are some examples of work we are doing throughout the world to provide economic assistance to those in greatest need:

Silver Sage Foundation charity unit works hard to help people in need. It is the unit’s ultimate objective to close the economical gaps between people. To achieve this goal, the unit organizes fundraiser events, charity organizations and meal distribution events.

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Noah's Pudding

Wonderful interfaith showcase organized by Silver Sage Foundation. Silver Sage Volunteers served Noah’s pudding to people who attended Zuhr prayer at Masjid As-Sabur on Saturday. After praying, the volunteers also served Noah's Pudding…

Meat Distribution with Mercy & Care

We partnered up with Nevada's Mercy & Care and Embrace Relief to distribute meat packages for the people in need in Las Vegas. Eid al Adha is a time of helping others and co-operation, Silver Sage Foundation strives to make our community…
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Ponderosa Planting Event

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…
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Green Up 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…
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Meat Donation to Nevada Mercy & Care

Muslims are supposed to help others during the eid al-Adha as much as they can. It usually happens through sharing the meats of the sacrificed animals during the 4-day celebrations. This year, Silver Sage Foundation came together with Embrace…
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Iftar Dinner at Masjid As-Sabur

Masjid As-Sabur hadn't organize any big iftar dinners in this Ramadan due to the pandemic measures. But just for the Night of Power, (Laylat-u-qadr), which is the holiest day of Ramadan month, the masjid made an exception and held an iftar…