133. Helping a poor disabled person for rehabilitation

By | 08/09/2018

133. Helping a poor disabled person for rehabilitation

Project ID: APPEC-2018-09-07

APPEC Project Number: 133
APPEC Point person: Dr. Adnan Khan Niazi
Proposed by: Dr. Adnan Khan Niazi
Location: Narwala Road, Faisalabad
Contact: 0092 343 6883510 (Adnan)
Estimated Funds needed: 250 euros


Mukhtiar Ahmad, 55, is residing near Kaleem Shaheed Park Faisalabad. He is sugar patient and has some other health issues. His legs were injured in an accident. He remained on bed for about 2 years and now he is able to walk with the help of crutches. He want to set a cart of baby toys in front of Park near his home. The total cast is around 250 euros.

Please contribute for rehabilitation of this disabled person who want to earn for him and his family.

Donations Eligibility:
This project is ELIGIBLE to receive Zakat.

How to donate?
You can send your donations to APPEC’s bank account in France, APPEC’s bank account in UK, APPEC’s bank account in Pakistan or APPEC’s Paypal account.
Please click here for your donations and drop an e-mail to treasurers.appec@gmail.com with your name and amount donated.

Please note that APPEC has CHANGED ITS FRENCH BANK ACCOUNT since 10th July 2017. Before transferring your donation please ensure that you are using the correct details as given herePlease contact treasurers.appec@gmail.com for all your questions.

Current status of total funds:

EUR 00.00 (update: 21-11-2018)(EUR 250 released)

EUR 250.00 (update: 07-10-2018)

EUR 300.00 (update: 07-10-2018) (EUR 50.00 moved to Project No. 132)

EUR 200.00 (update: 30-09-2018)

EUR 150.00 (update: 22-09-2018)

EUR 00.00 (update: 08-09-2018)

This project is no more open for donations. BEFORE DONATING, please contact treasurers.appec@gmail.com, to confirm if your donation could actually be accommodated.

EUR 250 released

Funds remaining with APPEC: Nil

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