An epic world record project to build hope, inspiration and benefit 1,000 orphans and kids around the world. Join Zak and help construct the world’s largest Lego Kaaba, with every brick you donate, you and your family will be part of this fun, constructive and global movement for good.
Zak’s passion is building Legos. Inspired by his parents and Islamic Relief’s global charity work with kids, he’s building a unique creative project to inspire and support kids in need.
By supporting Zakaria’s project, you’re not only making his dreams come true, but being a part of a wonderful mission for good!
His goal is to raise $100,000 to support 1,000 orphans, and 100% of your donations will go to the kids.
Plus you get some amazing gifts, and help build this epic global Lego brick by brick.
CHILDREN IN NEED
Improving children’s daily lives by safe-guarding them against illness; providing them with educational opportunities; and by giving them access to proper nutrition, water, and sanitation services can also provide a cushion that would help alleviate suffering in emergency situations. Perhaps most important, those basic resources can provide a world of hope to children for a brighter future.
Your investment in Islamic Relief’s Global Children Support means that your donations reach children who just need an opportunity to break the chains of poverty around them. This fund is global, which allows IRUSA the flexibility to effectively send emergency aid or build innovative programs that address the unique needs of children in their communities. When the call for relief comes, your support here means we will be ready to serve with efficiency and immediacy.
THE PROPHET MUHAMMAD (PBUH) SAID,“I AND THE PERSON WHO LOOKS AFTER AN ORPHAN WILL BE IN PARADISE TOGETHER LIKE THIS,”REPORTS AL-BUKHARI, DESCRIBING THE MOTION ASRAISING HIS FOREFINGER AND MIDDLE FINGER TOGETHER.
May Allah bless your efforts! Great project! Let's help the orphans! Great custom gifts!
You are doing amazing work Zak! Please keep it up. This support is in memory of my father-in-law (Mujibur Rahman), who is not with us anymore. Our support and love for you! Go Zak!!!