Charity: Rs10 million raised for medical centres

They urged philanthropists to play their role by joining hands with the trust to serve the humanity.


APP April 18, 2014

RAWALPINDI:


Speakers at a fund-raising function appreciated the social and welfare work of the Al-Mustafa Trust. They said that 11 medical centres of the trust, equipped with latest machinery were extending facilities to the downtrodden free-of-cost in different cities including Rawalpindi, Lahore, Chakwal, Talagang, Gujar Khan and Karachi.


They urged philanthropists to play their role by joining hands with the trust to serve the humanity.


Jaffer Brothers Chief Executive Naseer Jaffer commended efforts of the trust, saying it was providing quality treatment facilities to the poor.


He said it was the responsibility of all to take care of the needy.


Al Mustafa Trust Chairman Lt-Gen (retd) Ghulam Muhammad Malik highlighted the objectives and working of the body in rural and urban parts of the country.


Since its inception in 1998, he said, the trust has provided health facilities to hundreds of thousands needy and deserving people.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 18th, 2014.

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