Every Year in the month of fasting ( Ramadan) distribute food packages to orphan children and this year Muwakhat collaborated with Door of Awareness and School of Enablers.
SOE (School of Enablers)'s children bring their stuff to sell in Meena Bazar and money collect from selling their used products like toys, shoes, books, and clothes. SOE's children handover collected money to the chairperson of Door of Awareness NGO and they purchased Food Packages.
The ceremony was held where SOE's children distributed food packages to needy families which help to fill their tummy for the whole month.
300 families received Groceries for the whole month of FASTING
Muwakhat Foundation firmly believes that our responsibility is to pay back to the community by supporting homeless children and families with food, education, clothes, love, and care.
This activity happened with the support of donors who really care and support humanity.
Muwakhat Foundation has been helping 1230 families since the pandemic hit in March 2020 in Pakistan. These families were being supported financially for the last 18 months. Now Muwakhat Foundation helping these families get back on their feet and achieve a sustainable lifestyle.
Now, winter is coming so Muwakhat Foundation aims to provide warm clothes, eggs and protein meals to 1670 children. These are some of the things that these families cannot afford during the harsh, cold season.
In the month of December 2022, Muwakhat Foundation distributed 620 warm clothes and blankets to the homeless families with the support of generous donors.
Help us achieve this vision for these 1230 families. A minimum of $10 donate to provide warm clothes and blanket for a child.
Muwakhat Foundation worked with another local foundation to collect donations and distribute the first round of relief items for the flood victims. The first distribution phase included cash, blankets, and ration for the KP region.
One-third of the country is currently underwater with the grim death toll climbing to more than 1,000 people. Over 33 million people are affected. 1 in 7 people in Pakistan has been affected by the historic disaster. The hardest hit areas are Balochistan, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), and Punjab. Floodwaters have damaged nearly 1 million homes, 600 schools, 145 bridges, and thousands of kilometers of roads – making relief efforts extremely challenging and cutting off many communities from outside assistance. The humanitarian situation is deteriorating rapidly, with many more families expected to be pushed to the brink of survival as the disaster continues to unfold.
Our teams are on the ground right now, already working in local communities to support affected families. We aim to provide a lifeline through interventions including distributing hygiene kits, tents, food packs, kitchen utensils, and cash grants so families can meet their most urgent needs. We will start rebuilding their houses and take care of their children’s education. We will take care of their school fees, uniforms, and clothes.
Kindly help us support the flood victims and bring their life back to normal. Donate to help the flood victims
Muwakhat Foundation has been helping COVID-19 affected families since the start of the pandemic.
After two years of constant hard work, Muwakhat Foundation now aims to help 10,000 COVID-19 affected families get back on their feet and start earning again.
Throughout the pandemic, Muwakhat Foundation provided these families with food and monthly ration to help them survive the outbreak. Muwakhat even gave them cash packets and served them iftar (breaking of fast with food at sunset) for the last three Ramadans.
Now Muwakhat Foundation is asking for your help in its aim to get these families to work and start small businesses which will be sustainable.
Please consider donating to 10,000 families.
A day was spent with the homeless children in the park.
Muwakhat Foundation took children to the park for a play day. Due to the pandemic and school stress, Muwakhat decided to give the children one day of leisure so they could feel stress free.
These homeless children usually don't get such luxuries so it was an exciting day for them. Outdoor activities were organised for them. They were able to play together as a team.
Every one wanted to get their pciture taken. Everyone tried out different swings and games.
You can clearly see the happiness on their faces.
Please donate for these smiles. Your every donation helps Muwakhat Foundation take care of these homeless children.
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