One World Childrens Fund

Mubarika Campus, is also a proud Champion of a wonderful San Francisco based non-profit organization called One World Childrens Fund (OWCF).

Their mission statement is:

OWCF is a community of people committed to supporting children around the world who lack the most basic necessities. We do this by empowering people living in the US to champion grassroots organizations that are building sustainable solutions to local problems affecting children and their caregivers.

One World Children's Fund (OWCF) supports community-based organizations around the world that serve vulnerable children and their caregivers. OWCF is a public charity with a 501(c)(3) status in the United States. Their EIN number is 77-0479205.

OWCF builds partnerships with existing grassroots groups that are run by the knowledge, wisdom, creativity and ingenuity of local people around the world.

100% of donations made to "Name of Project" through One World Children's Fund (OWCF) go to support project expenses and no portion will be used to cover OWCF administrative costs


Mubarika Campus has been affiliated with The Citizens Foundation (TCF)

TCF is a professionally managed, non-profit organization set up in 1995 by a group of citizens concerned with the dismal state of education in Pakistan. It is now one of Pakistan's leading organizations in education for underprivileged Pakistani children. As of 2010, TCF has established 660 purpose-built schools nationwide with an enrollment of 92,000 students. Planned growth for 2011 will add 70 more schools, reaching a total of 730 schools with over 102,000 students.

TCF has an all-women faculty of 4,800 professionally trained teachers who receive 120 hours of pre-service training, plus 80 hours of professional development annually. The faculty is expected to grow to 5,400 teachers in 2011. Having only female teachers encourages girls' education and TCF has a 50% gender ratio in most of its schools.

The vision of TCF is to be a model for reform of national public education, with the belief that access to basic education is the right of each individual and not a privilege. TCF is steadily working towards a public-private partnership model to facilitate a better state managed education system on a national scale.

For more information about TCF -- its programs, financial transparency, recognitions, leadership and management -- please visit In the US, TCF-USA is a 501(c)3 non-profit which supports TCF programs through outreach and fund raising.

A letter from the CEO of TCF to the Chairman of Mubarika Foundation