Non-profit GCT after successfully serving Sindh for past 29 years takes its charitable education drive to Balochistan.

Karachi (Nut Desk)

After successfully serving the underprivileged communities in whole Sindh continuously for the past 29 years the non-profit Green Crescent (GCT) Trust is going to extend its charitable work for the first time to Balochistan by establishing a school in partnership with Al-khidmat Foundation Women Wing. (AKFWW), one of its backward towns. Dr. Hafeez ur Rehman, Centeral President, Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan will grace the occasion as Chief Guest. Sardar Yasin Malik, Patron -in-Chief, GCT, Zahid Saeed, CEO, GCT and Naveeda Anees, Chairperson, Al-khidmat Khawateen Trust will grace the occasion as Guest of Honors and trustees and donors of both NGOs will also be expected to grace the occasion. The GCT, which in the past 29 years has established 160 plus charitable schools with an enrollment of 30,500 plus underprivileged students from deprived families, is going to launch its school education drive for the first time beyond Sindh. The new charitable school to be inaugurated on May 21 in Winder, Balochistan, will be run by the GCT in partnership with the Al Khidmat Foundation Women Wing (AKFWW). This is the second school to be launched under the joint partnership of the two charities. GCT’s CEO, Zahid Saeed, said that he was thankful to many donors and supporters of his non-profit whose unwavering support enabled it to launch its charitable work in the largest province of the country where quality schooling facilities are very limited. He said the GCT would do its best to come up to the expectations of its donors while running the charitable schools in Balochistan. He expressed gratitude to the AKFWW for reposing trust in the GCT for the second time for furthering its charitable education program in the country.