Pakistan is one of the world's most charitable countries when it comes to charitable giving. According to the World Giving Index, Pakistan is now ranked 91st out of 144 nations for its generosity. we owe everything to the countless efforts of everyone who compassionately helps those in need, especially Team Milkar. We acknowledge the hard work of Milkar Pakistan for providing an independent platform for youth volunteering and has registered thousands of volunteers by collaborating with nearly 200 non-governmental organizations and organizing over 400 community projects across Pakistan's five provinces.
Here are 15 NGOs pushing themselves to the very limit with the aid of committed volunteers in their never-ending efforts to improve this nation.
Since 2001, Akhuwat has been working for poverty alleviation by empowering socially and economically marginalized segments of society through its various poverty alleviation projects surrounding education and healthcare. Being the world’s largest Islamic microfinance organization, Akhuwat is dedicated to making life easier for society’s marginalized segments and also not forgetting their efforts in the flood that has caused a lot of damage to the communities of Pakistan. Akhuwat foundation started their clothes drive and helped a lot of shelter less people.
Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan is among the top non-profit organizations in the nation and has been wholly devoted to providing humanitarian services since 1990. Every year, Alkhidmat provides a lot of donations and they are currently working on 7 different SDG’s. The organization currently conducts it in five different locations in Lahore as well as in other large, congested cities. Talking about their services in the time of flood. Alkhidmat foundation worked magnificently in this disastrous time. Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan's rescue and relief activities are ongoing in the flood-affected areas of Sindh, Balochistan, and South Punjab on a large scale.
The Sundas Foundation has been a prolific non-profit organization and has been working actively for 22 years focusing mostly on Lahore, Gujranwala, Faisalabad, Sialkot, and Islamabad. In addition to treating more than 6000 people with thalassemia, hemophilia, and other types of blood cancer, the charity also offers some government and private hospitals its services at no cost.
The Citizens Foundation
A group of people founded the non-profit, professionally run Citizens Foundation (TCF) in 1995 with the goal of promoting social change for the better through education. TCF is presently one of Pakistan's top organizations providing education for the underprivileged after 25 years. The Citizen Foundation has worked selflessly for the victims of the flood and provided a lot of donations for the betterment of society.
Pakistan Children Heart Foundation
The Pakistan Children's Heart Foundation (PHCF) is a charity that treats kids with congenital heart defects (CHD). The organization seeks to provide all congenital heart defect patients with top-notch medical care, regardless of their ethnicity, religion, gender, or socioeconomic status (CHD). The Children's Heart Hospital and Research Institute in Lahore recently conducted its groundbreaking ceremony, which was organized by the organization.
Green Crescent Trust
The Green Crescent Trust (GCT) has dedicated more than 26 years working to provide the underprivileged with food and education. GCT has so far taught 29,000 kids through a network of 150 schools, 1,700+ of them were orphans. More than 1,700 teaching and non-teaching staff members work for the organization in its schools. More than 240,000 people have benefited from the 1,000+ water projects that have been erected in Tharparkar.
Humans of Burewala
Humans of Burewala has been active since 2017 with the mission of sharing underrepresented histories, motivating young people, and bridging social divides. Thousands of lives in need and misery have been influenced by the organization. They have provided approximately 100,000 meals through their programs Burewala Dastarkhawan and Meals on Wheels. It's interesting that this organization has created the E-Hadiya, a digital ration distribution system that delivers thousands of smart rations to verified families all around our city. Additionally, they created the Edu-Connect, a website that connects Burewala city students to campus ambassadors at colleges all around Pakistan. They are changing the world every day with their grassroots initiatives supported by technology. HOB has worked enormously in floods. They donated a lot of money and worked selflessly in the disastrous situation.
Allah Walay Trust
Khana Sab kay Liye is the sole objective of Allah Walay Trust (AWT). The organization's mission is to supply underprivileged communities with wholesome, affordable, locally sourced food. It has now expanded to encompass a variety of food programs that include feeding lower-level personnel, students, hospital patients, station porters, and the general public. Additionally, it has established a food bank that provides low-income families with monthly subsidized rations. In this flood disaster, the organization notably picked up speed, and more and more people joined AWT in their mission.
Million Smiles Foundation
The Million Smiles Foundation working on 7 key areas under the Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs) set by the UN – 1 through 6 and 13. The organization has a presence in 100+ cities across the country with approximately 30,000 people actively engaged to achieve their goals. Founded in early 2019 by a young patriotic woman, Umme Muhammad, the organization is engaged in various welfare activities. She is been recognized nationally in the time of the flood. She was the only woman that was working in floods going to the affected communities. The nation recognizes her for the humanitarian she has provided in this difficult time.
The destruction of animal habitats and forests, along with rising infrastructural demands, has resulted in the extinction of animal and plant species that are unique to Pakistan.
In order to build a future in which humans could coexist with nature, WWF-Pakistan was founded in 1970. Its mission is to close the awareness and knowledge gaps that exist between the government and the general population as well as to address the mounting conservation issues.
The Pakistan Citizens' Alliance, which has been serving the country for the past ten years, is a non-political, non-ethnic, and non-governmental organization that serves as a significant platform for Pakistanis, particularly young people, to serve humanity and foster a sense of giving to those in need. Pakistani NGOs focus on environmental issues. This organization's members work as a family, being enthusiastic, committed, and persistent in the fields of education and community development.
A non-profit organization called the Infection Prevention and Control (IPAC) Foundation works to fortify Pakistan's immune system against infectious diseases. In Pakistan, it is registered with SECP (1350) as a NPO, and it is a 501(c)(3) organization in the United States. The IPAC Foundation wants to be a pioneer in preventative health and is aiming to change the way people think about healthcare.
Their goal is to lessen the prevalence of infectious and communicable diseases in Pakistan by enhancing the skills of healthcare professionals and educating patients about protective measures. We work to stop the spread of infections by providing prompt diagnosis and effective care.
Kashf was established in 1996 as Pakistan's first specialized microfinance institution. Since that time, Kashf has been successful in establishing a distinctive and specific niche for itself in the microfinance industry both domestically and internationally by providing a range of ground-breaking and transformative goods and services to low-income households, particularly women. Along with other non-financial services. The locals truly admire their work and they have been working selflessly for needy people.
The foundation is dedicated to developing products and services that are driven by customer wants and expectations and that draw on lessons from successful models from around the world. Kashf believes in establishing an atmosphere that is conducive to women micro-entrepreneurs. Financial services, insurance, safety nets, capacity-building pieces of training, and social advocacy interventions are among Kashf's primary intervention areas.
A non-profit crowdfunding website called Seed Out is trying to reduce poverty in Pakistan by assisting disadvantaged households in creating sustainable means of subsistence and achieving true financial freedom. They assist prospective micro-entrepreneurs in getting the resources, instruction, and assistance they require to live more fruitful lives. Such organizations' contributions have been essential, especially during times of floods. In this nation, generating a stable income has always been difficult, but in recent months, the difficulty has increased. The removal of economic reliance has been a top priority for organizations like Seed Out.
Since 1975, SOS Children's Villages has assisted children and their families in Pakistan. The people of Pakistan have been driven to a life of enormous social misery, which has harmed children in particular. This misery has resulted from natural calamities, political upheaval, as well as civil war, and military confrontations in the various regions. Families in need have received ongoing assistance from SOS Children's Villages in the form of medical attention, educational opportunities, and counseling. In addition, when natural disasters have struck, SOS Children's Villages has provided Pakistan with relief aid.
These top 15 NGOs has always shown up when Pakistan is going through difficult times. These great organizations always showed great generosity and always put in humanitarian efforts to make society better. become the voice of people who are hopeless, and stranded. They have become a shelter for shelter fewer people.
Milkar Pakistan is very proud to work with these top 15 organizations that really care for humanity instead of reorganization. Be one of us who are really up to the task to help needy people in Pakistan. Join MilKar Pakistan and become a part of one of the largest networks of Pakistan.
Tags: #Akhuwat Foundation #Alkhidmat Foundation #Sundas Foundation #The Citizens Foundation #Pakistan Children Heart Foundation #Green Crescent Trust #Humans of Burewala #Allah Walay Trust