Alkhidmat Foundation Punjab distributed Free wheel chairs among 20 deserving disable persons of Mandi Sadaq Ganj, district Bhawalnagar. Respected Hameed Ullah Khan and Mr. Umer Farooq (G.S. Alkhidmat Foundation Bhawalnagar) are the gust of the ceremony.
Kabeerwala (17-11-2017) Alkhidmat Foundation Punjab distributed Free wheel chairs among 10 deserving disable persons of Kabeerwala, district Khanewal with the collaboration of Free wheel chair Mission. Respected Rao Muhammad Zafar (President Alkhidmat Foundation Punjab) and Dr Iftikhar Ahmad are the gust of the ceremony.
Alkhidmat Foundation Women Wing organized a Bachat Bazar where daily life necessities were offered at subsidized rate.
Alkhidmat Foundation established a new mosque in Dhiri Lagal, Attock. Mr. Muhammad Junaid, Emir JI District Attock, inaugurated the mosque. Mr. Saif ullah Khan, Gen. Secretary AKF Attock, Mr. Maulana Ilyas Angori and local community participated in the inauguration event.
Mrs. Talat Zaheer, President AKFWWP, visited the Alkhidmat Community Center in Bahawalpur along with Mrs. Kulsoom Ranjha, Gen Secretary AKFWW and Mrs. Kausar Sadiq, President AKF Punjab.
They were briefed about the projects going on. Some of the students have been trained while others still in learning phase in free tution center. Center also holds daily Quran recitation classes. Marriage, winter packages and cash stipens are also part of the initiatives taken here.
Lahore: As many as 544,752 people were benefitted from Alkhidmat Qurbani Fee Sabil Lilah Project 2017 on the occasion of this Eid-ul-Adha. The Qurbani animals, cows and goats, were donated by generous people from across the world.
According to the consolidated data, Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan organized Qurbani Fee Sabil Lilah in all four provinces of Pakistan, Gilgit Baltisitan, Federally Administered Areas (FATA), Azad Kashmir. Qurbani Project 2017 was also undertaken for Syrian Refugees in Turkey and for Rohingya Muslims in Bangladesh in collaboration with Turkish partner welfare organizations.
It is also worth mentioning here that last year Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan had reached out more than 585,000 people through its Qurbani Fee Sabil Lilah Project.
Tando Adam: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Sindh chapter distributed as many as 15 wheelchairs among needy and deserving physically challenged persons in Tando Adam. The wheelchairs were provided in collaboration with Free Wheelchairs Mission. On the occasion, President AKFP Tando Adam chapter Syed Tauheed Shah, Chairmen Municipal Corporation Masroor Ahsan Ghouri and JI’s Abdul Qafoor Ansari were also present.
Peshawar: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chapter has donated as many as 20 wheelchairs to Paraplegic Centre Peshawar. The hospital works for rehabilitation and facilitation of the people with physical disabilities.
The wheelchairs were handed over to the Administrator Paraplegic Centre Peshawar, Dr. Ilyas Syed, by AKFP KPK chapter President Khalid Waqas.
It is also worth mentioning here that Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan provides free wheelchairs to the needy and poor physically challenged people under its Community Services program. In 2016 alone, the AKFP distributed 2,200 wheelchairs across Pakistan.
Lahore: With a full momentum to implement its mission of service to humanity with integrity, Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan reached our as many as 262,011 needy and underprivileged people across Pakistan under it Ramadan Relief Package 2017. The project comprised of Food Packages distributions, Community Iftars and Fitrana distributions, and was implemented by AKFP’s Community Services program in collaboration with local and international partners.
According to details, 108,372 people benefited from Ramadan Food Packages, 110,660 from Community Iftars and 42,979 from Fitrana distribution in all four provinces of the country, Gilgit Baltistan, FATA and Azad Kashmir. The project continued throughout the holy month of Ramadan.
It is also worth mentioning here that Alkhidmat Community Services program is dedicated to provide urgent aid to local and internal communities in the need of hour including minorities in Pakistan. In 2016 only, more than 760,000 people had benefited from the Community Services program.
Multan: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan in collaboration with UK Islamic Mission (UKIM) has successfully distributed Eid Gifts among orphan children in Multan. More than 60 orphan families benefited.
At the gifts distribution, Muhammad Ahmad Chughtai (Senior Vice President AKFP Multan chapter), Justice (retired) Zafar Yaseen, Waseem Ul Haq Rimzi (District Officer Health Multan), Afzaal Mughal and Dr. Wali Muhammad (General Secretary AKFP Multan chapter) were present while families of the orphan children were also invited.
Grand Iftar dinner was also served among participant at the end of the Eid Gifts distribution ceremony.
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