Tayba is one of the name’s of Madina — a city whose roots are grounded in knowledge and service that cultivate the human spirit.

At the Tayba Foundation, we believe that all people contain a wellspring of goodness within them, and we believe in the power of human potential.

Even when individuals encounter dramatic setbacks in life, lasting change is possible.

How We Serve

Tayba Foundation is a non-profit organization that supports individuals and families impacted by incarceration. Through a holistic program encompassing education, life skills, and re-entry, we help our clients rediscover their inherent goodness and value as they reconnect.


A dedicated, credentialed staff works with clients on topics ranging from spirituality to entrepreneurship, building self-confidence and mitigating the possibility of future incarceration. Our approach is tailored to each client’s needs and abilities. Customized learning tracts give our clients ownership of their path toward self-discovery and transformation.

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Life Skills

Tayba Foundation understands that many clients lack the relational, financial, and problem-solving acumen needed for a successful return to private life after incarceration. Working with former prisoners and a host of professionals, Tayba equips clients with the life skills they need for re-entry.

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Mentoring relationships and continuing education are essentials in Tayba’s approach to re-entry, giving clients and their families safe spaces to articulate challenges and envision workable solutions when the challenges arise. Resume support, networking, and job training are among the many re-entry service we offer to clients.

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We would love to tell you more about our work in Tayba Foundation, and discuss ways we can partner with you. Your financial support is invaluable to the Foundation.

For more information about Tayba, contact us at info@taybafoundation.org.

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Policy of non-discrimination

Tayba Foundation, mindful of its mission to serve all people affected by incarceration, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion or national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational and admission policies.