Sunday, 8 August 2010

Citizen's Speak - Flood Relief Donations Drive, Pakistan Charities.

Al-Khidmat Foundation:

Al-Khidmat Foundation Pakistan is working as an independent, non-governmental, non-profit and charitable organization. It works under its own Memorandum of Articles of Association and leadership. It has no affiliation with any regional ethnic or political organization of Pakistan or any where in the world. Al-Khidmat is exclusively engaged and supports charitable activities and programs. It neither seeks political positions nor does it supports, it provides to any other organization at home or abroad it is purely for charitable purposes, particularly supporting education, health-care and other related relief services. Al-Khidmat Foundation is dedicated to the services of humanity all parts of the world without any discrimination of creed, religion and political association

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Edhi Foundation:

Edhi foundation is the most trusted name in Pakistan when it comes to relief work within distressed areas in Pakistan and the rest of the world. Edhi foundation is a NON Profit organization that has been in the business of providing social services like medical care, emergency services, air ambulances, burial services, mental habitats, old homes, child welfare services, abused women safe houses and training facilities for the disadvantaged..

Edhi's founder is Abdul Sattar Edhi who established the first clinic in 1951.

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Sarhad Rural Support Programme:

Concerned citizens based in Lahore are collecting relief items for the Sarhad Rural Support Programme, the largest NGO in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province. SRSP's experience and size make it the most suitable choice for donations at this time. They are a part of the Rural Support Programmes Network (, founded by Shoaib Sultan Khan, who was nominated for the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize (along with President Obama and others).

People may make donations directly to SRSP, write crossed cheques to us in favor of SRSP or donate relief goods directly to them (which will then be loaded on to trucks headed for SRSP warehouses in Peshawar. People are also welcome to join in the effort of loading the trucks and actually making the trip to the affected areas to see the profound difference their generosity makes in the lives of so many.

The link to their Facebook page is:

Contact: Umar Agha. Cell: 0321 842-2425 and email:


Omar Asghar Khan Development Foundation

Established in 1999, Omar Asghar Khan Foundation strives for a democratic and peaceful society based on the values of equity, tolerance and justice in which all people are assured a life of quality. It works with citizens, particularly the poor and the vulnerable, to achieve human and livelihood security. The Foundation organizes citizens, assists them in engaging with the state on policy and institutional reform, and supports their livelihood strategies through skill-building, credit provision, and community infrastructure development. The Foundation is a national organization with its field base in NWFP. The Foundation has a staff of 60 and offices in Islamabad and Abbottabad.


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Title of Account: Omar Asghar Khan Development Foundation

Account #: 0030445261000455

Name of Bank: MCB Bank (1028), Super Market, Islamabad-Pakistan


Tax Exemption: 6043/ATD/2008-09


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Pakistan Red Crescent Society:

Pakistan Red Crescent Society was founded on December 20, 1947 by the order ‘The Pakistan Red Cross Order’ courtesy Quaid-e- Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Governor General of Pakistan and Founder President of the Society. The International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC) recognized PRCS on July 21, 1948. Later it was admitted as a member of the League of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (Now called International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies-IFRC) on August 18, 1948. Pakistan Red Cross Society was renamed as Pakistan Red Crescent Society in 1973.

PRCS has offices in Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar, Quetta and Muzaffarabad.

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