Bulletin 3 – Your feedback is very important for us

A lady from abroad (prefers to remain anonymous)  has offered to donated, to Sameera Foundation, about 4,000 sq m to 6,000 sq m of land in Shamasabad. The Philanthropic Foundation hopes to construct in future  a female Welfare Centre  for the benefit of whole area of Chhachh.

We look forward to receiving your feedback for the implementation of the most suitable skill, courses or activities for the benefit of females.  Please, guide us on the basis of your professional  experience the types of courses/skills / activities which could be useful for the female generation in getting employment. Your views will be helpful in designing the most suitable building for this Female Welfare Centre.

Dr R A Malik

Co-ordinator

Bulletin 3 – Your feedback is very important for us

A lady from abroad (prefers to remain anonymous)  has offered to donated, to Sameera Foundation, about 4,000 sq m to 6,000 sq m of land in Shamasabad. The Philanthropic Foundation hopes to construct in future  a female Welfare Centre  for the benefit of whole area of Chhachh.

We look forward to receiving your feedback for the implementation of the most suitable skill, courses or activities for the benefit of females.  Please, guide us on the basis of your professional  experience the types of courses/skills / activities which could be useful for the female generation in getting employment. Your views will be helpful in designing the most suitable building for this Female Welfare Centre.

Dr R A Malik

Co-ordinator

Bulletin 2 – Ancestral Village Support

The Honorary Trustees (nominated for a period of one year) have recommended that the major contributors of Sameera Foundation may be invited to form the first executive committee of the Philanthropic Voluntary Foundation.

  • They will be responsible to look into the accounts of the foundation from time to time.
  • They will authorise the payments to the most deserving students (females and males) of the villages consisting of Shamasabad, Shah Pura, Veero, and Tajabaja.
  • They will also authorise the payments for poor and critically ill patients.
  • They will also authorise the suitable funds for the marriage of most deserving orphan girls.

They will also assess any other matter which is reckoned for the welfare of poor and needy public.

The executive committee is nominated for the period 1st September 2012 to 31 August 2013

The members of the Executive Committee are:

Mr. V. R. S. A. Mahaboob Basha (Swansea University, UK); Dr. A. Bhangu (UK);

Mrs. S. S. Bhangu (UK); Mr. P. Khan (Nigeria); Mr. A. Mahmood (USA); Miss N. Malik (UK);

Mr. S. Malik (Saudi Arabia); Mr. A. Malik (Pakistan Coordinator); Dr. R. Malik (UK Coordinator)

 

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We received donations more than Rs 300,000/-. It is likely to increase in next few weeks.

Bulletin 1

We are sure that every one of us did something useful for the people of village, during the holy month of Ramadhan, to reduce a tiny fraction of the poverty.

Amjad Malik and his team of volunteers made notables public gestures for the following charitable tasks:

A survey showed that 54 people are sitting in the Ahetekaff in 13 masjids of the village. His volunteers arranged an Iftar (of Chick peas pullao) on Friday night (17th August) for all the Ahtekaff people along with others who were present for Maghrib prayer in 15 masjids. The food was sponsored by a Donor.

Amjad and his volunteers also distributed 45 Eid packets, consisting of uncooked basic foods and sweet) to 45 deserving families of the village so that they could enjoy a comfortable Eid.  This event was sponsored by 6 donors and they know the names of the recipients.

Bulletin 1

We are sure that every one of us did something useful for the people of village, during the holy month of Ramadhan, to reduce a tiny fraction of the poverty.

Amjad Malik and his team of volunteers made notables public gestures for the following charitable tasks:

A survey showed that 54 people are sitting in the Ahetekaff in 13 masjids of the village. His volunteers arranged an Iftar (of Chick peas pullao) on Friday night (17th August) for all the Ahtekaff people along with others who were present for Maghrib prayer in 15 masjids. The food was sponsored by a Donor.

Amjad and his volunteers also distributed 45 Eid packets, consisting of uncooked basic foods and sweet) to 45 deserving families of the village so that they could enjoy a comfortable Eid.  This event was sponsored by 6 donors and they know the names of the recipients.

Free Eye Camp

The foundation has organised ONE DAY Free Eye Camp jointly with Al-Shifa Eye Trust. It will be held in Shamasabad from 9:00 hrs to 14:00 hrs on 16th October 2012. There is a token fee of Rs 25 per patient for full examination of eyes. The Al-Shifa specialists will provide free medicine and glasses at the spot if needed for any patient. They will take about 18 patients for  FREE eye/cataract surgery to the hospital in Rawalpind.

The local community and surrounding villages are informed about this Free Eye Clinic. We expect about 400 persons (males and females) will be benefited from it. There is special sitting arrangements for visiting patients in a large tent especially erected for this purpose.  Contact Mr Amjad Malik  (Coordinator Pakistan) for additional Information: 03005131488