Top 8 Welfare Organizations in Pakistan That Have Made the Nation Proud!

Updated on October 5, 2018
Poor Oldman Standing
Poor Oldman Standing

Keeping in mind the poor living standards, welfare organizations in Pakistan have step up to provide the less fortunate with the right kind of amenities making sure no household goes unnoticed. More than 30% of the Pakistani population is lucky enough to be getting diverse kinds of facilities such as, financial aid, healthcare facilities and educational opportunities. Most of the credit goes to various charitable organizations for making living a little less difficult for the underprivileged community.

Aman Foundation
Aman Foundation

1. Aman Foundation

The lives of a large number of Karachiites are being transformed via the Aman Foundation. This non-profit organization has transformed the living standards of many households by providing each one of them with the right kind of healthcare and educational amenities. The main agenda of this charity business is to focus on quality health, nutrition and education helping the less fortunate thrive in this day and age.

Shahid Afridi Foundation
Shahid Afridi Foundation

2. Shahid Afridi Foundation

Running actively for over a year, the Shahid Afridi Foundation is determined to provide the less fortunate with free scholarships, medical treatments, disaster management facilities, water shortage solutions and free food, clothing and shelter facilities. Currently, more than 200 families are being facilitated by the Shahid Afridi Foundation.

Green Crescent Foundation
Green Crescent Foundation

3. Green Crescent Foundation

Providing life changing opportunities to over 32000 students, the Green Crescent Foundation has managed to maintain a great name for itself in a very short span of time. With its network of over 15 schools, GCF is accommodating a large number of less fortunate people. The charity organization is also known for its orphan support program.

Saylani Welfare International Trust
Saylani Welfare International Trust

4. Saylani Welfare International Trust

Established in 1995, the Saylani charity organization is a multi-purpose welfare business that has been a backbone for a large number of less fortunate households. Ranging from providing free food supplies to homeless shelters and healthcare amenities, the Saylani Welfare International Trust has put a smile on the faces of a large number of underprivileged people.

Bilqees Sarwar Foundation
Bilqees Sarwar Foundation

5. Bilqees Sarwar Foundation

Known for having the busiest free dialysis centers in Lahore, the Bilqees Sarwar Hospital treats more than 10,000 patients on a monthly basis changing lives for a better cause. The Bilqees Sarwar Foundation is one of the best NGOs in Pakistan providing the less fortunate with not only free healthcare facilities, but a large number of shelter homes, financial aid and educational opportunities as well.

Agha Khan Rural Support Program
Agha Khan Rural Support Program

6. Agha Khan Rural Support Program

Helping the less fortunate for over two decades, the Aga Khan Rural Support Program is providing the best support to the people of Chitral and Gilgit Baltistan. This charity organization has changed the face of northern Pakistan.

The Idonate Foundation
The Idonate Foundation

7. Idonate Foundation

There are very few charity businesses in Pakistan that are solely focused on providing blood supplies to the most in need. The iDonate Foundation happens to have a large network making it convenient for hospitals and clinics to cure their patients at the right time helping them save a large number of lives on almost a daily basis.

Edhi Foundation
Edhi Foundation

8. Edhi Foundation

The Edhi Foundation is a very popular welfare organizations in Pakistan having a fully-functioning network of high-tech ambulances that save hundreds of lives on a daily basis. Edhi Foundation is a great asset for the citizens of Pakistan providing the less fortunate with the best ambulance service.

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