Pakistan Sweet Homes observes Quaid-e-Azam week

Islamabad, December 28, 2015 (PPI-OT): Pakistan Sweet Homes observed Quaid e Azam week. On the first day of the event Governor Gilgit-Baltistan Mir Ghazanfar Ali Shah inaugurated the week. With him on this occasion Pakistan Cricket Star Saeed Anwar was also present. Governor Gilgit-Baltistan at this occasion acknowledges the efforts Mr. Zamurrad Khan and said that “There could be no substitute to the blessing of having parents but we can, at least, provide these children social cover and an environment to help them stand on their own feet and become asset for the society”, he added.

A colourful event, coupled with various sports and cultural programs, was hosted. Various recreational activities were arranged for the children. A Taekwondo competition among the children was the highlight of the event where the PSH children exhibited their skills, said a press release. The Governor urged the well to do people and philanthropists to contribute generously to fill in the vacuum created by fate in the lives of such unfortunate children.

The governor said that taking caring for orphaned children was a hallmark of the Muslim society. “This is what our religion teaches us.” “This being our religious and national responsibility, we will not let down the needy and the poor”, the Governor vowed. He further added that by caring for these children and protecting them from falling into wrong hands we are in fact protecting our own children from becoming orphans”.

On this occasion Mr. Zamurrad Khan said that Pakistan Sweet Homes have become the largest orphanage of Asia with 3600 Angels orphan kids in 31 cities of Pakistan. He said 3600 orphaned children are being taken care of, with free education, food and residence, under the Pakistan Sweet Home project, which was initiated in 2009 from one child. It was very encouraging that politicians were taking interest in providing recreational opportunities to the poverty-ridden class of the society, he added.

He said all-out efforts were being made to provide modern basic facilities at Pakistan Sweet Homes, yet there was need to make generous contributions to meet future requirements of the children. He said provision of modern education and quality shelter to the poverty-ridden and deserving segment of the society was main purpose of his life and generous contribution of the philanthropists was required to meet the necessities of the children housed in Pakistan Sweet Homes. On the second day of Quaid-e-Azam week tomorrow the famous tennis star Mr. Aisam Ul Haq will be arriving at sweet homes and will play tennis with Kids of Pakistan Sweet Homes.

For more information, contact:
Mr. Fiyaz Kiani,
Pakistan Sweet Homes (PSH)
Government of Pakistan
Sihala near KAK Pul, Islamabad, Pakistan
Tel: +92-51-9241433
Toll Free Number: +92-800-13523
Website: www.sweethomes.com.pk