Zaibaa Khan’s passion and energy is contagious. She is committed to helping children and becoming a successful entrepreneur. As a sophomore at Wayzata High School, she was honored to be a member of the DECA team that went to the international competition in Orlando this year. She believes that businesses should always include social responsibility as part of its corporate mission.
Zaibaa became aware of Interfaith Outreach when we came to her mosque seeking clothing donations. Once she started high school, Zaibaa joined Y.E.S. (Youth Extending Service) and began volunteering on a regular basis. She eventually “fell in love” with the children’s play area. She adores building relationships with the children and their parents. “The kids I look after always inspire me and remind me to find beauty in the smaller things in life.” Helping kids learn and grow “has warmed my heart and made my volunteer experience unforgettable.”
Zaibaa has discovered a welcoming community at Interfaith Outreach. She believes we are “uniting our community by building connections, friendships and breaking the invisible barrier that seems to have kept us apart for so long.”
Zaibaa hopes Interfaith Outreach continues to grow and improve the lives of the people we serve. “It would be amazing to see the community all unite together under the common race of humanity.”
Thank you Zaibaa, for your wisdom, energy and passion.