ISLAMABAD ( PAKISTAN ) The Mobilink Foundation has extended support to the Disabled Welfare Association, Karachi (DWA), with the donation of tricycles, wheel chairs and ration bags.
Employee volunteers, known as the Mobilink Torchbearers, helped deliver the items to the DWA, using the opportunity to interact with the special children and adults, to encourage them to never give up and to always hold on to their dreams.
Omar Manzur, Director Public Relations and CSR, Mobilink added, “At Mobilink, it is our firm belief that such disabilities do not impose any limitations on potential and capability. People with disabilities are an essential part of our society, and as before Mobilink remains at the forefront of supporting their needs through the Mobilink Foundation.”
The Mobilink Foundation is involved in support activities for worthy causes across Pakistan. The Foundation’s flood relief efforts in 2011 have reached out to over 50,000 flood victims in Sindh, with further initiatives in planning for rehabilitation and provision of livelihood for flood victims.
About Mobilink Foundation
Mobilink Foundation is a reflection of the commitment of Mobilink and its employees to reshape lives of the community in which Mobilink operates. Established in 2007, the Mobilink Foundation is a non-profit organization, which provides support for the local community in the areas of health, education, environment and humanitarian assistance. Being a philanthropic organization, it is purely based on employee volunteerism that enables the Foundation to spend every penny directly towards causes it is associated with.
About Disabled Welfare Association
Disabled Welfare Association (DWA) is situated in the heart of Karachi, duly headed by a team of truly committed and devoted individuals. DWA has come a long way since its establishment in 2000. Practically all those involved with DWA are true workers of the society, who have chosen this difficult path on their own to fight for the various causes and welfare of the disabled community. These efforts are not only concentrated in Karachi, but are now being expanded to other towns and cities across Sindh