We can’t do this without you.

Join Us

We need your help to push back against injustice.

RAM Foundation is an indigenous movement that depends on friends like you to spread the word about  the needs of the oppressed in Pakistan.

​If you have never experienced the joy of becoming a voice for the voiceless, we invite you to take one step forward and talk to your family, friends, and colleagues or arrange small parties to raise awareness about the needs of the Pakistani people. We’d love to talk with you about how you can do this. Drop a note here.

Here’s how you can partner with us:

Follow us on social media and spread the word.

Sign up for our weekly email.

Sponsor a child or send a gift through our gift program.

Donate generally. Every little bit counts.

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Go a step further and Volunteer

If you think you are an ordinary person and perhaps cannot make much of a difference, let us share with you that our team is made up of ordinary people who are involved in extraordinary work. We believe that every individual has the potential to make a difference in the lives of others.

If you have the desire, please contact us so that we can talk about how you can help us to advance the causes of RAM Foundation Pakistan.

There are a number of different opportunities to volunteer with us, from helping to organize events to raising awareness to practically getting involved either by teaching at one of our sites physically or via the internet.

Would you help us reach our target of finding sponsors for 5 children & funding a new gate for our center? We could not do the work of providing religious minorities w/ legal aid, medical care, and vocational training without you. Please share! Learn more: ramfoundation photo
Karachi police have registered a case against an Ahmadi lawyer for using the term "Syed" in front of his name. The title refers to one who is descended from the Prophet Mohammad. Ahmadis are a sect of Islam highly persecuted in Pakistan.
200 Pakistani Christians have been left homeless after authorities demolished their homes and a church without notice. They had no time to gather their belongings and have no alternatives to housing. ramfoundation photo
This week's news: 200 Christians left homeless; police file against Ahmadi lawyer; and Sakina, a Hindu girl, was abducted, converted, and married. Plus, find out how you can support long-term change in Pakistan by sponsoring a child's education today: ramfoundation photo

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