Ghalib. 18. Sialkot. Founder Of Rescue Pakistan. TEDx Activator. Curator of TEDxSialkot. Blogger at Huffington Post/Express Tribune. The YSA List honoree.
We’re fundraising for #Thar, A drought that has killed more than 200 lives. We all need to respond to this national call and help our countrymen there in Thar.
If you are interested in donating any amount do contact me here directly, or call here: 03216111557
My humble request to all my friends living in Pakistan and abroad:
Account Number: 08002924201
Account Title: KHALIL AHMED / SHAZIA KHALIL
Bank: Standard Chartered
Bank Branch: Cantt Branch, Sialkot
Swift Code: SCBLPKKX
For friends in the UK, US:
For Western Union or Money Gram please contact me, i’ll share details.
With respect to this social call, please visit the following links:
I will be extremely grateful if ALL of you share this around and please come forward and give whatever you can. Thank you. And whenever you send in any amount do let me know so i can confirm back. Thanks.
P.S. You can contact me at: 00923216111557
Our previous work: http://www.hopingpakistan.com/rpyf
Women’s day is not March 8. It is the day every man wakes up in awe of all the Women in and not in his life - his mother, sister, daughter, friend, colleague, boss, idol, actress, entrepreneur, financier, teacher, activist, scientist, the women on the streets, mentor or anyone who matters.
But seeking the opportunity, today I want to be thankful for not only the amazingly talented and wonderful women I have the pleasure of knowing personally in my life, but also the countless amounts of women worldwide and throughout history who provide courage, inspiration and guidance to others and who were/are dedicated to living truthfully, passionately and to ensuring that woman will never lose prevalence, purpose or place in our global society.
Realizing the situation of Pakistan, and what women in our country go through, i hope that one day things change for them, i see many of them around me, working hard to make it a better day for us, one day, they shall rise and shine.
My prayer comes from Tagore, ” In to that heaven of freedom, my God, let my country awake.”
Dear Boys in Green,
Hope you realize what you’re doing here is more than just cricket. You’re giving a chance to rejoice to a nation that’s too broken, dejected and tired. You’re bringing them out on the streets, but for all the right reasons. You’re giving them good news in times when human lives are cheap commodities and bad news aren’t rare at all.
Tonight I thank you not only for a great game of cricket and incredible entertainment, I thank you for hope.
-Via Mohammad Abdullah.