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About "The Kidney Centre"

The Kidney Centre was founded in 1985 and is one of the largest up-to-date medical facilities providing comprehensive and quality renal care to thousands of poor patients – either entirely free or largely subsidised. Conceived as a not-for-profit institution, the actual fact is that over 40% of its patients fall into this non-affording category.

The Kidney Centre was initiated by a small dialysis unit with just two machines, presently it is a 100 bed, specialist institution providing complete care for nephro-urological diseases. It also serves as an excellent teaching, research and educational institution for nephrology, urology and related fields.

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About "The Citizens Foundation"

The inception of The Citizens Foundation (TCF) was based on a dream to drive away illiteracy and light the path for a better Pakistan. Today TCF educates 102,000 less privileged children in 730 school units all over Pakistan. Their vision is to remove barriers of class and privilege and provide the basic right of education to every child in rural and urban slums. TCF believes that education is the core issue of all the problems prevailing in Pakistan and in order to have a radiant Pakistan, we need to impart quality education to every child. Your support in TCF's cause would help them educate many more children of Pakistan.

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About "Indus Hospital"

The founder of The Indus Hospital, Dr Abdul Bari Khan, and our co-founders served in the public sector hospitals for many years. During their time at government run hospitals they witnessed the plight of the poverty stricken patients of Karachi. It was at this time that they envisioned to make a multi-disciplinary tertiary care hospital that served the under-served population of Karachi with free and quality treatment.

After a few years, in the year 2005, the Islamic Mission Trust donated a non-functioning hospital building to our founders. This building was renovated and made operational in the year 2007. The Indus Hospital was set up as a tertiary care and multi-disciplinary hospital with 150 beds in the area of Korangi. It serves as an absolutely free of charge hospital with no cash counter.

The Indus Hospital has now evolved into a Health Network with hospitals and public health outreach clinics spread all across Pakistan serving the under-served population of Pakistan with free of charge, indiscriminate and quality treatment.

About "LUMS–National Outreach Programme"

The LUMS National Outreach Programme came into being in 2001 with the sole objective of bringing the benefits of a world-class education to talented and underprivileged students from all over Pakistan. In a pioneering step taken by LUMS, we hoped to spread the awareness of higher education throughout the country.

Students who are admitted into the programme are given a complete coverage of tuition fees, accommodation and access to state-of-the-art facilities, allowing them to focus wholly on honing their individual skills. We have inducted more than 1000 students in the NOP Programme to date, out of which 435 students have graduated and are making an impact in their lives and communities they belong to.

Why should you donate to the NOP is a question that may come to your mind. You have a chance to give a deserving, brilliant student the wings they need to attain their dreams. Once they achieve academic success at the fine institution of LUMS, you can see that's one life changed entirely because of you.

Your donation will light a lamp from which countless lives will be brightened.

Your help, your contribution matters.

Give now to the NOP and become a part of an amazing journey of empowerment and success. Send in your donations to the below address and let's foster the future of Pakistan together:

About "Jinnah Foundation"

Jinnah Foundation (Memorial) Trust (JF) is a registered charitable non-profit organization established by Mr. Liaquat H. Merchant and a group of committed philanthropists, in March 1989. JF's aim is to provide quality health and education services, especially to those who do not have access to these because of financial constraints.

JF was established in the memory of the founder of Pakistan Mohammed Ali Jinnah who always laid emphasis on education. It is a fact that education is a key factor in the development of the personality of a child and the nation as a whole. With this motivation, the JF Trust follows the vision of the Quaid-e-Azam in letter and spirit and strives to provide high standard education to the children.

As a testimony of this idea, the Jinnah Foundation Secondary School, located in Bhittai Colony, Korangi-Karachi, stands as a beacon of light imparting quality education for the past 27 years to the children with special emphasis on female education.

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