Who We Are

Jabir (r) reported: Rasulullah, may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, said, “The best of the people are those who are most beneficial to others.”
[Imam Suyuti]

This is the decades-long story of how HNCS came to be

Hajjah Naziha Adil Kabbani is the eldest child of Shaykh Muhammad Nazim Adil al-Haqqani (d.2014), founder and global leader of the Naqshbandi-Haqqani Sufi Order, and Hajjah Amina bint Ayesha (d.2004), a shaykha and Islamic scholar who wrote extensively on lives of the prophets, whose family escaped religious persecution in Tatarstan, Russia. She is married to Shaykh Muhammad Hisham Kabbani, Shaykh Nazim’s deputy and spiritual heir. Together they advise Muslims around the world.

Hajjah Naziha advises women on Islamic teachings, family life, and Islamic spirituality, known as “Tariqah”, which dates back to the time of Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him. She has traveled extensively throughout the Middle East, United Kingdom, Europe, the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia, Australia, South America, the Caribbean, Canada, and the United States.

For 20+ years, Hajjah Naziha and Shaykh Hisham have advanced Mawlana Shaykh Nazim’s legacy by directing various emergency disaster relief and humanitarian aid projects: 1999 Istanbul, Turkey (earthquake relief); 2001 Kabul, Afghanistan (delivered medical equipment and winter clothing); 2004 Banda Aceh, Indonesia (tsunami relief); 2005 NWFP, Pakistan (earthquake relief). They also fed people daily for decades. HNCS is the natural evolution of their past work to advance those outreach projects most dear to Shaykh Nazim’s heart.


Our Core Values


We are dedicated to serving society's most vulnerable.


We believe in the power of community and collaborate with those who share our values.


We are committed to efficient, compassionate allocation of resources entrusted to us.


We treat every donation as a sacred trust.

What We Do


We provide emergency food, clean water, clothing and blankets to severely at-risk families, orphans, widows, refugees, the homeless, jobless, and disabled who live on the edge of catastrophic neglect in India, Eastern Uganda, Lebanon, and the United States. Our outside-the-box service model is results driven, volunteer supported, and 100% donor funded.

In 2021, we distributed 2.8 million nutritious meals through our Covid-19 emergency services.

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