Meals for 1850 Young Students in Pakistan

by Fatima Memorial Hospital
Meals for 1850 Young Students in Pakistan

As the sun set in for the new year, we are working towards our goal to empower the communities we serve with renewed passion and vigor

The schools that the NUR Community Outreach Program launched in 1995 has had more than 20 batches graduating and currently almost 2000 children are studying in those schools. Coming from impoverished backgrounds a proper meal on the table is sometimes just not possible.

While we would like to arrange for lunch everyday however given the limited resources we are able to ensure weekly lunches and with your support we hope to make these lunches a daily exercise.

So the pictures you see are from the Lakhudair Branch of the NUR Foundation School where almost 420 students had Chicken Biryani.

The loud chatter, the excitement and the smiles of these children make it all worthwhile.

 

Thank you for your support! 

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“Hello, I’m a student at NUR Foundation studying Math, Science and English. I am in grade 7, I am very happy that we are receiving best food we can wish for from NUR Foundation every week, I want to get this type of food every day at school .”

Young students in NUR Foundation Schools are getting fresh meals every week therefore the necessity of healthy food and better education is very high schools of Pakistan which cater to students from low income backgrounds . The parents of these kids cannot afford the school spending due to poverty and unemployment, NUR Foundation is providing free schooling, books and uniforms with weekly healthy food for 1850 students of these schools.

NUR Foundation are deprived of getting proper funding for these kids, the support from donors can boost up the progression of meal transfer to NUR Foundation Schools and these donations will for sure bring smile to these kids’ faces.  

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He is one happy guy!
He is one happy guy!

This week was about sugar and spice 

The lunch at the Malikpur Branch of NUR Foundation School was Sweet rice and Chicken Palou. 

The smiles on the faces of the server was addictive. 

It was hot but it was fun .

We had our share of excitement, we celebrated being Pakistanis and the best was we celebrated being where we are today. 

We will keep moving forward and we will be succeed. 

The students of NUR Foundation Schools 

NUR Foundation Schools are striving to provide its 1850 students healthy meals and will like to make provide them on a daily basis but due to financial constraints it is very difficult to provide meal on daily basis.  To reach this goal we need your generous support so that we all can continue to see their happy faces

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“Today, for lunch we had chicken biryani! I study at the Nainsukh Branch of the NUR Foundation School and my weekly lunch is the best time of the week!!”

The pictures are from the weekly lunch at the Nainsukh – NUR Foundation School where 160 students were fed Chicken Biryani.

The students at NUR Foundation Schools come from impoverished backgrounds and are provided free education with free books and uniforms. The children come from background where even one square meal a day is not possible. So every week a school lunch is organized for all the children studying the school in the outskirts of Lahore and Dera Ghazi Khan

NUR Foundation Schools are striving to provide its 1850 students healthy meals and will like to make provide them on a daily basis but due to financial constraints it is very difficult to provide meal on daily basis.  To reach this goal we need your generous support so that we all can continue to see their happy faces

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“We had Chicken Qorma today with Nan and cold drinks for lunch today. I had a blast eating with all my class fellows. I study in the Gajjumatta Branch of NUR Foundation Schools and every week we enjoy a delicious lunch. It’s the best day of the week!!”

The students at NUR Foundation Schools come from impoverished backgrounds and are provided free education with free books and uniforms. The children come from background where even one square meal a day is not possible. So every week a school lunch is organized for all the children studying the school in the outskirts of Lahore and Dera Ghazi Khan

NUR Foundation Schools are striving to provide its 1850 students healthy meals and will like to make provide them on a daily basis but due to financial constraints it is very difficult to provide meal on daily basis.  To reach this goal we need your generous support so that we all can continue to see their happy faces

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Location: Lahore, Punjab - Pakistan
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