Sheikh Heritage Foundations strategy is to enable sustainable change that radically transforms the causes and effects of poverty among children and their families around the world. In order to achieve positive empowerment taking into account the relevant social, economic, climate-related and environmental changes and effects.


The Foundation supports non-profit organisations in responding to emergencies wherever there is a crisis.


The focus is on non-profit organisations that strives to reach children and families with lifesaving resources in the hardest hit regions.


At present there are many emergencies underway around the world. Children are affected hard in places including Syria, Yemen, South Sudan and Iraq. Resources are allocated to non-profit organisations that assists children and their families on the site.

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The Sheikh Heritage

Sheikh (pronounced SHAYK or SHEEK; Arabic: شيخ‎‎ šayḫ, plural شيوخ šuyūḫ)—also transliterated Sheik, Shaik, Shayk, Shaykh, Shaikh, Cheikh, Shekh, and Shaikh—is an honorific title in the Arabic language. It commonly designates the ruler of a tribe, who inherited the title from his father. "Sheikh" is given to a royal male at birth, whereas the related title "Sheikha" is given to a royal female at birth.

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“Changing Worlds, One at a Time”.

Mavis Chirandu, who grew up in an SOS Family in Bindura, Zimbabwe, will be suiting up for the Zimbabwean women’s national soccer team.

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