Al-Ayn Social Care Foundation is a U.S public charity established in 2014. Our goal is to stand for the orphaned and destitute. Since 2003, millions of Iraqi children have been orphaned and thousands of families have been displaced due to war and acts of terrorism. Al-Ayn US works closely with its sister organization in Iraq which was established in 2006 and has been the pioneer in supporting this cause since its inception.


Helping Orphans &  Changing Lives


Our mission is to provide assistance to all identified and registered individuals who have been orphaned or displaced due to war, acts of terrorism, natural disasters and other causes. Ultimately, our goal is to spread our message on a global level, to draw support to our mission from a compassionate global community. In addition, we seek to advocate with government, local and international humanitarian organizations, and philanthropists to take on the responsibility of caring for orphans and their families. Our organization is created for the sole purpose of helping orphans.


Our vision consists of becoming a global leader in providing assistance to impoverished, orphaned, and disadvantaged peoples. We aspire to continue raising funds for those who are in need, especially orphans.

What We Do

Ayn Social Care Foundation is an independent 501(c)(3) humanitarian organization registered and identified as a US public charity established in 2014 under EIN: 47-1614315. Our main focus is nurturing the millions of children orphaned due to war and vicious acts of terrorism. Al-Ayn USA works in collaboration with Al-Ayn Iraq, which has been awarded consultative status by the United Nations as a Humanitarian non-governmental organization (NGO). Since our inception in 2006, we, in collaboration with our donors’ support, have been catalysts of hope to the orphans we serve.
Our work is primarily in Iraq, where we create and support a multitude of different programs designed to offer children a fighting chance for a brighter future in an otherwise bleak world.

Clear Objectives

  1. To care for, sponsor, nurture, educate, and develop individuals that have been orphaned due to war, terrorism, natural disasters, or other causes.
  2. To care for the destitute, disabled, and displaced due to war, terrorism, natural disasters, or other causes.
  3. To provide social services, care, and assistance to those in need.
  4. To perform all other activities permitted under the internal revenue code in furtherance of the organization’s purpose and stated objectives.