Islamabad: Holy Help Welfare Organization, a non-governmental organization active for the education and arrangement of orphans, has completed ten years of success.Chairman Holy Help Welfare Abdullah Sabir On this occasion, he promised the students and parents that they will give the best education to the children studying in the school. So that in the future our children can play their key role in taking Pakistan on the path of development.
Holy Help Welfare Organization, a non-governmental organization active for the education and arrangement of orphans, organized a special event in Chak Jalal Deen, a backward area of Rawalpindi, on the completion of 10 years.In which Peshawar Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Syed Saadat Hussain Shah, Mr. Otto Kurzendorfer General Manager of Serena Hotel, Islamabad.Otto Kurzendorfer General Manager,ISCO Chairman Qamar Islam Raja,Faisal Qayyum Malik,Haji Zafar Iqbal,Dr. Khalil Ahmad Khan, Project Director CDRS Raja Naseer Abbas Zafar Ali Juha and a large number of local dignitaries participated.
Mr. Otto Kurzendorfer GM of Serena Hotel, who was the chief guest, said that it is a commendable initiative to provide free education to orphans and deserving children.I request the philanthropists to support the organization in this cause.People’s Party executive member Syed Saadat Hussain Shah said that we will continue our support for better education of children.God willing, we will help the school administration in constructing a new school building by taking a canal plot for the school.Later, Chairman Holy Help Welfare Abdullah Sabir thanked the guests. And Appealing to philanthropists for cooperation, he said that if philanthropists cooperate with us, we can build many school branches so that poor and deserving children can get free education.On this occasion, Secretary General Sardar Umair Ashraf, Vice President Sayeda Sameera and School Principal Rabia Abdullah said that these children are our asset.Who are the future of Pakistan.Children will end the darkness of poverty in their homes by getting higher education.