7 NGO’s to Donate to in Pakistan

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Ramadan is the month of giving, and is our chance to give back to society what it has given to us. This article has been composed by the Jovago team, providing you with information about a few NGO’s from the hundreds that exist. Please note, we are not endorsing these NGO’s, but are just suggesting a few where donations can help save, educate and transform the lives of many individuals and animals, who are unfortunately not as fortunate as we are. The NGO’s listed below accept donations for Zakat funds as well.

 

 1. Edhi Foundation
Abdul Sattar Edhi founded the Edhi Foundation, in 1951. The Edhi Foundation provides 24-hour emergency assistance across the nation of Pakistan, with 300 centers across the country.Their services include shelters for the destitute, orphans, the handicapped, free hospitals and medical care, drug rehabilitation services, national and international relief efforts, Education, Healthcare, International Community Centers, Blood & Drug Bank, Air Ambulance Services, Marine and Coastal Services.

Donations to the Edhi Foundation have helped transform the lives of millions of people. They accept donations through banks, credit cards and PayPal, and for further information please follow this link:
http://edhi.org/donate-us/donation-through-credit-cards

 

2. The Citizens Foundation (TCF)
The Citizens Foundation (TCF) is one of the largest non-profit organizations in the field of education and was established in 1995, in Pakistan. As of April 2014, TCF has expanded its network to 1000 operational School Units, which provide education to 145,000 students nationwide.TCF has also partnered with 141Schools.org to help them achieve their global initiative to build 141 TCF schools across Pakistan, in memory of the lives lost.

To donate to The Citizens Foundation, click:
http://www.tcf.org.pk/Donate.aspx
To donate towards the mission of building these schools, click:
www.141schools.org/donate

 

3. Rising Sun
The Rising Sun was discovered in 1984 by Dr. and Mrs. Abdul Tawwab Khan, and began their journey with only 2 special children at first. It now nurtures 415 enrolled children and 68 through its home-based rehabilitation services The Rising Sun is the largest Institute in Pakistan providing education, speech therapy, physiotherapy, hydro & sensory integration therapy, vocational training, physiotherapy and speech therapy to children with intellectual (cognitive) impairment cerebral palsy and autism.

To support this institution, your assistance is crucial! To donate, click: http://www.risingsun.org.pk/risingsun/donate-from-pakistan.aspx

 

4.CARE Pakistan
The CARE Foundation began in 1988 in Sheikhupura, and was founded by Seema Aziz. The first school attracted 250 children on its first day, and has flourished nationally, now with 352 schools providing high quality education to approximately 180,000 students. CARE has introduced an English Program into their curriculum, providing a high quality education in English to 2,991 students. Their aim is to educate 1/9 million children in Pakistan by 2018! Invest in their education and you are investing in the future of Pakistan, transforming it into a bright one. Donations of as little as Rs 700 will sponsor a child’s education per month!

For more information regarding donations, click:
http://www.carepakistan.org/donate.html

 

5. Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation (SIUT)
Four decades ago SIUT started its journey as an eight-bed ward in Burns Unit of Civil Hospital Karachi. Today, it houses over 500 beds and facilities spread over 400,000 sq ft. It is regionally recognized as one of the most well equipped centers for renal diseases and transplantation. Its mission is to ensure free quality health care to every individual without discrimination, to treat all its patients with dignity and utmost respect, to create public awareness in the society at large for prevention of diseases and to carry out research for better medical care, thus enhancing the capacity building of medical professionals.

To help them achieve this goal, and expand further, your donations are pivotal!
Click: http://siut.org/Donate-Form.html

 

6.Ayesha Chundrigar Foundation (ACF)
Animals are often ignored in our society, so we thought it was important to include a NGO which could aid animals. The Ayesha Chundrigar Foundation (ACF) was founded in 2013, and is now the second non-profit organization in Pakistan, which aims to rescue deserted, maltreated and wounded animals. The shelter now homes over 200 animals, consisting of dogs, cats, donkeys, goats, kites, horses and turtles.

To help ACF expand and continue their journey, your donations are essential!
For food donations and volunteering queries, please write to [email protected]
Donation Details:
Ayesha Chundrigar Foundation
Iban number: Pk33BAHL1036008100660001
Account number: 10360081006600012
Bank Al Habib, Kh-e-Hafiz Branch,
Karachi

 

7.Darul Sukun

Sr. Gertrude Lemmens, a Dutch nun, founded Dar ul Sukun on 17th February 1969. Originally, Dar ul Sukun was a home for the abandoned children with disabilities. As the years progressed, the scope of service has expanded and now offers work for socially displaced girls, women, senior citizens, and education/scholarships for the underprivileged and family adaptation schemes; not in the main cities like Lahore , Karachi or Islamabad but in all small towns and cities.

For Dar ul Sukun to continue being successful, your contributions are imperative!
Click here for donations:
http://www.darulsukun.com/donate/#.VZI2WBOqqko

 

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1 Comment

  1. SYED M HASSAN

    February 17, 2017 at 7:40 am

    There is one more big name in Pakistan which is THE INDUS HOSPITAL, KARACHI, providing quality care free of cost without any discrimination.

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