About Sabrina Memorial Foundation
The Sabrina Memorial Foundation was founded in 2012. It started with a young woman’s dream to help mankind. This young woman, Sabrina Salam, had devoted her life to helping others. When Sabrina unexpectedly left this world, her family took it upon themselves to pursue her humanitarian causes to turn her dreams into a reality.
With Sabrina’s dream in mind, the founding members of the Sabrina Memorial Foundation set their sights on the mission to empower individuals through education, healing and hands-on training.
Since its founding, the Sabrina Memorial Foundation has helped to build schools, a vocational training center, a storm shelter, and a health center in Jabusha, Bangladesh. SMF is currently undertaking multiple other projects to help the less fortunate in other regions of Bangladesh.
In addition to helping the people in Bangladesh, the Sabrina Memorial Foundation expanded its projects to Kenya in 2014.