Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal

Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal (PBM), an autonomous body set up through 1991 Act. PBM is significantly contributing toward poverty alleviation through its various poorest of the poor focused services and providing assistance to destitute, widow, orphan, invalid, infirm & other needy persons, as per eligibly criteria approved by Bait-ul-Mal Board


aa  To provide social protection to the poor marginalized segments of the society.


aa  Following the vision of the Prime Minister to revolutionize the social services, we have undertaken the responsibility to yield the most effective and positive social change in the country through organizational efforts. By helping abandoned people and their families, PBM is moving on investing that could help trigger a long-term reallocation of capital, talent and other resources for the country which might leave the biggest positive impact on future of Pakistan.


aa  Financial assistance to the destitute, widows, orphans, invalids, infirm and other needy persons with emphasis on rehabilitation Educational assistance to needy orphan and stipends for the outstanding, non-affording students for higher professional education Residential accommodation and necessary facilities for the deserving Free medical treatment for indigent sick people, set up free hospitals and rehabilitation centres for the poor Financial aid to charitable institutions including educational & vocational setups. Sponsor and promote self-employment schemes. Any other purpose approved by the Board.

The Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal ACT 1991