RAWALPINDI: In a heartwarming initiative aimed at supporting the education of underprivileged orphans, Yardimeli Pakistan orchestrated an impactful Orphanage Education Support Program in Marir Chowk, Rawalpindi. The program saw the distribution of scholarships to 50 deserving orphans, offering them a pathway to education and a brighter future.
The event welcomed Yardimeli Pakistan’s newly elected Chairman, Faheem Anwar Khan, as the Chief Guest. Addressing the gathering, Khan emphasized the organization’s multifaceted efforts, spanning initiatives such as clean water provisions, ration distribution, Interest-Free Loans, and various other projects dedicated to understanding and addressing the challenges faced by the impoverished.
Highlighting the collective spirit of philanthropy, Khan drew parallels between the altruistic endeavors of Pakistan’s benefactors and the solidarity seen among Turkey’s compassionate community. The active engagement of Pakistani philanthropists was noted as a driving force behind the success of this noble cause.
Former President of Al-Khidmat Foundation District Rawalpindi, Sheikh Masood, and General Coordinator of Yardem Ali Pakistan, Sajid Hussain, also graced the ceremony, sharing their insights and support for the cause.
The event not only marked a significant step in empowering vulnerable segments of society but also underscored the power of collective compassion and concerted efforts toward societal betterment. Yardem Alley Pakistan continues to be a beacon of hope, extending support where it’s needed the most.