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We believe all women can embrace who they are, can define their future, and can change the world.
Our Mission

Offer scholarships to women pursuing their education, help single mothers and refugees in need, and establish ourselves as a serious and trustworthy organization that focuses on helping with self-sustainability.

We are 

Named after one of history's most notable Muslim females, KBK (Khadijah bint Khuwaylid) Relief Foundation is a grassroots organization with an all Muslim female Board of Directors.
In addition, all our events are women only!

We are 

Our organization is dedicated to serving those in need locally, nationally, and internationally. With humanitarian efforts as our number one goal, we strive to make lives better and give hope to those whose lives have been impacted by war, oppression, and poverty.

We are 

All donations, proceeds, and funds will go directly to families and individuals to alleviate suffering and minimize the economic costs of conflict, disasters, and displacement. Just as Khadijah bint Khuwaylid spent her riches on the destitute, KBK Relief will strive to honor her distinct character.

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Our Board

KBK Relief Foundation was officially founded in 2018, but our trusted board members have been a part of the Michigan community for the past 20 years, offering humanitarian services to those in need.

Each member has been involved in their respective community, but we decided to make an organization that would bring all of our communities together and work towards providing aid in a more official capacity.

Shayma Mustafa

Founding Board Member

A native Michigander, Shayma fell in love with nonprofits when she was only a teenager. Inspired at her Islamic school Al-Ikhlas Training Academy led by Br.Nadir Ahmad, Shayma quickly developed a deep passion for charitable work. This resolve stuck with her through college, leading her to earn her Master’s degree in Educational Leadership & Administration from Wayne State University. Over 18 years later, as a founding board member, Shayma provides support to our board and is happy spending her days keeping our community an amazing place to live, one program at a time. She is also mother to five beautiful children, a children’s author, and college instructor.

Bisma Parvez

Founding Board Member

Bisma is a founding board member of KBK Relief Foundation. She graduated from Wayne State University with a BA in English and a BSc in Radiation Therapy. Bisma is a breaking news reporter at the Detroit Free Press and has written for media outlets such as HuffPost, The Tempest, and Muslim Girl. Her goal is to write stories that portray the Muslim experience and uplift our community in the mainstream media. She has a passion for spoken word poetry and has performed around metro Detroit. Bisma is a relationship writer for Minder. She is a proud American, Canadian and Pakistani Muslim, a Detroiter, a mother of two beautiful children and a speaker of truth.

Megan Agemy

Founding Board Member

Megan is a founding board member of KBK Relief Foundation and she graduated from Henry Ford College. She is a registered respiratory therapist and went into the medical field to help people. She converted to Islam about 17 years ago and she is married with three beautiful children. She performed her Hajj in 2004 and she is a believer in helping her community.

Bushra Abuzeid

Founding Board Member

Bushra is a founding board member of KBK Relief Foundation, currently resides in the Flint community, and is a member of the Muslim American Society, Flint Chapter. She has been an active community member for several years and continues to work hard to support both local and international needs. Bushra Abuzeid holds a BSN from Madonna University and is a proud mother of two.

Sobia Haq

Board Member

Sobia Haq joined as a board director of KBK Relief foundation last year and co-founded her own non-profit organization with her twin sister Sadia in 2014 called “Detroit Is My Home” that works to serve the homeless population in the state of Michigan. She graduated with her Bachelor of Nursing from the University of Detroit Mercy. She currently works as a registered nurse in a Pediatric/NICU/Mother baby and is pursuing her Master’s degree in a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner program at Wayne State University. She has a passion for medical relief trips abroad, which she partakes in annually. She also has a passion to paint Islamic calligraphy pieces and hopes to start selling them and donating proceeds to charities. She hopes to continue her relief efforts locally and globally and grow with every organization she’s involved with.

Sadia Haq

Board Member

Sadia Haq joined as a board director of KBK Relief foundation last year and co-founded her own non-profit organization with her twin sister Sobia in 2014 called “Detroit Is My Home” that works to serve the homeless population in the state of Michigan. She graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Biological Science from Wayne State University and received her Master of Health Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Quinnipiac University. She is currently working as an Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant to fulfill her passion for medicine and volunteers abroad annually with various non-profit organizations to fulfill her passion for local and global humanitarian and medical relief. She has embarked on medical and humanitarian relief trips to remote villages in Haiti and refugee camps in Greece to help vulnerable populations.  Her goal is to continue raising advocating for populations in need and pursue her passion for local and global humanitarian/medical efforts to make a lasting impact. Her next medical relief trip will be in Pakistan working in a women and children’s clinic in Rahat Kot, Swat.

Andiraa Musaid

Board Member

The newest board member of KBK is a longtime advocate for orphans and serving the less fortunate. Andiraa earned her Business Degree from Wayne State and currently is employed as a healthcare administrator for a national heathcare company. Andiraa is also a licensed foster parent and most recently adopted two children from the foster care system and is committed to continue serving the community.

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KBK Relief Foundation

Dedicated to serving those in need locally, nationally, and internationally. 

Email: info@kbkrelief.com

Phone: 734-589-0334

Registered Charity: 83-2713282

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