World's First Sufi Opera singer

Saira is a founding member of the Sarah Foundation Pakistan. The organisation has recently partnered with Art Aid to deliver essential supplies to victims of the 2022 flood in Balochistan. Art Aid is a charitable project of Jamal Shah, the current Federal Minister of Culture.
In the UK, she is Director of NJ Arts London (Noor Jehan Centre), a space opened by Sir Cliff Richard OBE and devoted to the support of diverse artists in a leading multi-cultural city. The centre promotes social inclusion, Pakistani music, artist collaboration, youth training in the arts and the creation of innovative artistic works
In Pakistan, the Saira Arts Academy was opened in 2009 in Karachi. The first Saira Arts Fest was in 2010.
SAALOC (Saira Arts Academy on Location) is, an activity offering vocal coaching to women, free tuition in sciences, grants for school fees for underprivileged youth and medical assistance for the poor.

These galleries illustrate some projects she has initiated:

Sarah Foundation Pakistan Flood Relief Balochistan October and December 2022

The Sarah Foundation Pakistan. Skills Development and Education Support

Above: Donated sewing machines from the UK delivered to a training centre for the unemployed. Teaching fakirs at Bhit Shah. Saira tutors young ladies in sciences and humanities online. She has lectured in US universities and at many arts gatherings.

Visiting victims of Peshawar church bombing 2013.

Saira oversaw The Sarah Foundation Pakistan deliver relief items to affected families, coordinating with other aid groups. She visited the city and her victims herself, speaking on behalf of the traumatised community.

Sindh Flood Relief.

Sindh Flood Relief:- Abandoned women and children in neglected areas supplied with food, water filters, empathy, education support and a ready listening ear. Saira always tries to identify and help those who have been overlooked. On each occasion, groups of women were identified by local police, who guided the aid convoy to the assembled survivors.

Quake Rapid Relief Response 2005

The Sarah Foundation Pakistan distributed tarpaulins, new warm blankets, food and cooking packages and Eid gifts to surviving, displaced, neglected families found on the foothills. Every day they watched trucks of aid travel up the road to higher levels, but noone else had stopped to help them with anything more than dirty second hand bedding and cast offs. TSF Pakistan responds to disaster victims with dignity and compassion.