Our mission: To improve the lives of individuals and families affected by the war in Yemen through a range of sustainable projects, providing tangible results with a positive impact.

We are a non govermental 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to alleviating the suffering caused by the ongoing conflict in Yemen.

Officially established in New York City in 2018

From its more informal beginnings in 2015, HRD is the result of friends and community pulling together to find a way to help those less fortunate. Losing loved ones throughout the war ignited our desire to help others in Yemen who have suffered through meaningful initiatives. Our initial project was opening Mercy Bakeries with the goal to provide at least 2,000 loaves of bread a day to families in need.

Here at HRD, we believe no family should be forced to make a choice between healthcare and food. By working with local governments and residents, we procure supplies from inside the country to distribute them to those facing adversity like women, children, and families. We seek to empower and support individuals by supporting projects centered around food security and livelihood development. When a community in a conflict zone receives access to free food and individuals obtain financial assistance, it can rekindle hope and change everything as one of their basic life needs are met and focus can go to things like education to rebuild the country.

At HRD, careful evaluation of cultural norms of discretion and beneficiary privacy are considered to dissolve any fear of judgement a potential service recipient may feel if others know they are receiving services. We even provide delivery services. Community involvement is at the core of all our projects as we see it as the way to build projects with longevity.

We approach all our initiatives with a family helping family philosophy as we see everything we do as making an impact on the life of a family member. Our staff are made up of staff and volunteers who are passionate about development and fostering change, particularly locals of the communities where we work. Our mission is to improve the lives of individuals and families affected by the war in Yemen through a range of sustainable projects, providing tangible results with a positive impact. We are registered on GuideStar, which reports on the transparency of nonprofit organizations and provides more information about us.

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Cars4Jannah is a non-profit project established in 2019 to help fund Islamic organizations and social good missions throughout the United States. Cars4Jannah is owned and operated by Al-Huda Inc (DBA Dar-us-Salaam), a 501c(3) non-profit in College Park, Maryland in the United States.



Cars4Jannah is based out of College Park, Maryland in the United States of America. The best way to reach us is by phone at 240-484-4300 or by email at info@cars4jannah.org . If you want to mail us, we are located at 5301 Edgewood Road, College Park MD 20740. Hours of Operation: 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM ET, 7 Days a Week

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