Express Helpline Trust established for flood relief

Published: August 17, 2010
Help those who have lost everything.

Help those who have lost everything.

The Express Helpline Trust has delivered over 40 trucks of aid to flood victims since it has been established. With first-hand knowledge of the on ground reality the Express team has been able to guarantee that aid is delivered to victims directly.

October 6, 2010:

Two trucks of aid worth Rs 500,000 collected by students of the Islamic Public School were distributed to flood survivors in Naushehro Feroze.

September 17, 2010:

Emergency aid including food, clothes and cooking utensils distributed to 400 families in Dera Ghazi Khan

September 11, 2010:

600 Eid Ehsaas cards carrying Eid messages from donors and Rs500 each distributed to a camp in Makli, Thatta

September 11, 2010,

700 family packs of aid worth Rs400,000  delivered to a camp in Makli, Thatta

September 6., 2010:

Nationwide Eid Ehsaas Card Campaign launched.

September 3, 2010:

September 1, 2010:

Fifty chorpais delivered to Muzzafargarh and distributed with the assistance of local Rangers.

September 1, 2010:

Five hundred packets of food and tents delivered to Taunsa Sharif

September 1, 2010:

Seven hundred packets of food delivered to survivors in LoraLai.

September 1, 2010:

Six hundred packets of food delivered to Kot Addu

September 1,2010:

Fifty tents and packets of food delivered to Muzzafargarh

September 1, 2010:

One truck of 300 packets of food delivered to Shah Jamal

September 1, 2010:

One truck carrying tents and food delivered to Dadu

September 1, 2010:

Three hundred packets of ready to eat meals delivered to Thatta

September 1, 2010:

Wheat,  clothes, soap, rice, pulses, sugar, powdered milk, bottled water, ghee and buscuits for 600 people were donated by Mr Zahid Tauseef in Faisalabad. The aid has been delivered and distributed in Multan.

August 31, 2010:

Mr Islam donates Rs100,000 cash to flood survivors in Naushera

August 31, 2010:

The Ghazi Welfare Foundation donated aid worth Rs500,000 which has been delivered to Khanpur. Two trucks carried 840 cartons of ghee, sugar, rice, powdered milk, salt, pickle and bottled water from Faisalabad to Multan from where they went on Khanpur.

August 30, 2010:

One truck of food and drinking water donated by Mr.Islam was delivered to the green belt of Peshawar from Jhelum.

August 27, 2010:

Two trucks of food donated by Mr Yasin Kasana delivered to Kot Addu from Faisalabad.

August 26, 2010:

German medical team arrives in Lahore with over 3,000 units of medication to help establish medical camp in Kot Addu.

August 24, 2010:

One truck of drinking water delivered from Multan to Shah Jamal and Khangarh.

August 24, 2010:

Five hundred packets of prepared food delivered to Dera Ghazi Khan

August 23. 2010:

Two trucks have delivered food, water and medicines to Taunsa Sharif.

August 20, 2010:

Five trucks of aid have been delivered to Muzzafargarh carrying pre-packaged food, medicines and clean water, 2,500 packets of food were donated by Pakistani actrss Resham and distributed by the Express bureau in Rahim Yar Khan.  Four trucks have been donated by the Punjab Rangers.

August 16, 2010:

Two trucks from private donor, S.M. Tanveer carrying clean water and food were sent from Raiwind to Choti Zareen.

August 16, 2010:

One truck of aid, donated by an party who chooses to remain anonymous, was sent from Islamabad to Dera Ghazi Khan

August 16, 2010:

Relief goods worth Rs100,000 were delivered to Khangard and distributed with the assistance of local authorities.

August 16, 2010:

One truck of food and bottled water donated by Noor Ghauman was delivered to Multan and distributed with the assistance of the Express Multan bureau.

August 14, 2010:

Aleem Khan Foundation donated three trucks of aid for Dera Ghazi Khan. One thousand packets of food, clean water and medicine have been distributed with the assistance of local authorities.

August 14, 2010:

Four trucks of aid donated by Nestle Pakistan have been delivered to Dera Ghazi Khan with the assistance of local authorities.

August 14, 2010:

The Express Helpline Trust delivers two trucks of aid donated by the Aleem Khan Foundation to Taunsa Sharif.

Would you like to make a donation to the Express Helpline Trust?

You can make a donation in five easy ways:

1) Make a cheque out to the EHLT bank account number and send to our head office

2)Transfer your donation directly through the EHLT SWIFT code

3) Simply visit your local McDonalds and make your donation through drop box

4) SMS: By texting ‘D’ to 2471 you can donate Rs10 to the relief efforts

5) Credit card: make a donation online now.

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Reader Comments (8)

  • Aug 21, 2010 - 6:19AM

    AoA, I want to work for express helpline trust volunteerly .Recommend

  • Zeeshan Saeed
    Aug 23, 2010 - 3:49PM

    We are watching different T.V talk-shows/programs now a days on different TV channels regarding provocation of helping and sympathetic sentiments among the people of Pakistan for 1/5 flood effected people of Pakistan.But most of them end on the common and vague statements of the invited guests.These statements are not effected enough to instigate 80% the ordinary people to help rather these statements knock the door of old and conventional unsolvable problems of Pakistan which is not the need of the hour.Moreover these programs,anchorpersons and the guests only speak to the 20% educated,rich and elite class of Pakistan that’s why the ratio of help is too low and the the target is not being achieved.
    What should T.V channels do on the eve is to arrange a direct and humble appeal from the most popular personalities and icons of Pakistan because there words are not only carefully listened but these are also credible and precious enough to be acted upon by the masses of Pakistan.In these personalities Dr. Abdulqadeer Khan(the founder of Nuclear and Atomic Pakistan) Abdusattar Edhi& Family(A holy social workers family),Ansar Burny(A socialworker),Javed Miandad(World fame crickter),Owais raza Qadri( A world reknown Naat Khawan) and some more.
    The people can be motivatd by the famous character of the the most popular drama series of the history like Andhera Ujala,Sona Chandi,Rahen and comedy actors like Sohail Ahmed,Baboo Baral,Anwer Ali,Ali Ejaz and many more and the pioneers of Pakistan Drama Like Abid Ali,Uzma Gilani,Khayyam Serhadi,Firdos Jamal, and my name is raimbo raimbo Jan Raimbo( Muhammad Afzal) and may more.
    All above should not be invited in any program or a talk- show but say direct and strong appeals in short time appearances and in the same outfit and characters as they were seen and liked by the people of Pakistan,on TV Channels for the help of flood stricken people of Pakistan.

    Zeeshan Saeed.

  • abdul aziz ismail
    Aug 24, 2010 - 10:04AM

    dear sir

    i have been seeing various t.v. channels and also hearing MUHAMMAD RAFI SAHEB song GHARIBON KI SUNO WO TUMARI SUNEGA

    i would suggest this very old song of 1947 keeping also islamic wordings can roar

    the public in general and it should be repeated showing some FLOOD AFFECTED PICTURES AND FLOOD HAVOC the national disaster

    please see this you tube

    Hum dard ka afsana duniya ko suna denge from Dard (1947)

    submitted as humble suggestion for onwards action by the media it should be immediately started and PLAYED on channels to serve the causes of the poor flood affected and homeless people

    if not the full song atleast the basic parts/important parts

    thanks and best regards

    abdul aziz ismail dharsi

    clifton karachi


  • Aneel Sohail
    Aug 26, 2010 - 12:27AM

    hello i am aneel from lahore pakistan and i want to serve people volunteerly please sir do reply me…Recommend

  • Maria
    Sep 8, 2010 - 7:32AM

    You are doing a great job. I want to request your channel and media sources to please also shed light on the services of other NGO’s in the relief operation…such as Edhi, Ansar Burney Trust, Al-Khidmat, etc…Your sources must appreciate all those groups who are working enthusiastically for the flood victims. This way people would be more encouraged and contribute more…
    Pakistan has badly affected by flood and lots and lots of collective effort is required.

    Besides, also encourage and motivate people to keep on donating after Eid as well.

    Wish you all the best,

  • Tariq
    Sep 10, 2010 - 2:36AM

    Every year the Government of Pakistan, increase pay of its servants in the form of allowances. Is it justified to increase pay of an officer who is already getting 50000 or more? In a poor country where people are dying of hunger and poverty, a pay in a range of 50000 is sufficient to quench needs of single family. Those officers whose salary has touched a certain limit should either pay more tax or there should be no further increase in their salaries.
    I suggest that compulsory tax should be administered to all such officers. The tax money thus obtained should be given to flood affected people or young people should be employed so that each one gets opportunity and benefit to serve Pakistan. Recommend

  • Ganhwar Brohi
    Sep 12, 2010 - 12:23PM


    I would like to inform you that Flood affectees are present in every portion of sindh looking for support towards to all; it is time to support them and save their lives in this critical condition.

    Our volunteers are involved in Shahdadkot and karachi, they are trying the best to get support for the flood affectees.
    There is one camp in near Pahlwan Chowrangi, Rabia city, Dadu Hospital Karachi; they have urgent need of food as well as other basic needs in this critical condition.
    We would like to inform you that already 2 causalities have been noticed in that camp.
    There is need of support, before eid in month of ramzan they were getting food from peoples now it is too hard to get food and other basic needs.
    There are more than 30 families from Taluka Qubo Saeed Khan and Taluka Jacobabad, they have 77 children in that camp, one child was died on eid day and one female is heart patient under treatment.
    Our volunteers have been found one kid from the flood affected areas (unconscious and poor condition) of Taluka Qubo Saeed Khan, his age is about 2 years, he was drained out in flood, that was saved from dogs and other reptiles in flood affected area, kept in one camp of shahdadkot with out volunteers, our organization took responsibility of food, medicine and other basic need till to find his parents.

    Therefore, so we are trying the best to support affectees every where as we can in our limited resources. Kindly take positive initiatives especially for the camp of dadu hospital.


    Ganhwar Brohi
    Insan Dost Welfare Organization

  • shahzad malik
    Oct 31, 2010 - 12:31AM

    My name is shahzad malik i run a garments stocklot business and would like to donate 5000 mixlot of polo t-shirts for fund generation / donation to the cause. For more info you can email me at

    Shahzad Malik
    Malik Garments
    SITE karachiRecommend

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