Flood relief efforts – Phase: 4 (fund raising in mosques in France)

By | September 3, 2010
Project ID: APPEC-2010-09-03

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In continuation of APPEC’s flood relief efforts, below is a set of flyers/authorizations for APPEC members, in order to legalize the use of association’s platform for fund raising. A good number of volunteers have already conducted successful campaigns and have raised decent amount(s).  The president or an executive member of the association may be contacted if any customized authorizations are required.

English

Flyer (APPEC – Flood relief Pakistan)

Flyer-2

Flyer-3

Appeal (Fundraising Information for Flood Relief Efforts 2010)

Français

Flyer (APPEC – L’inondations Pakistan)

Flyer-2

Flyer-3

Appeal (APPEC – Appeal l’inondations Pakistan)

These backgrounds may be used for designing a poster for “APPEC flood relief” (courtesy: volunteers from Orléans):

 
 

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Alhamdulilah, a total of EUR 6990.92/= has been raised by APPEC. A major part of this came from the funds collected by volunteers from mosques in France (jazak’Allah to each and every individual for all the efforts). (updated: 09th of September 2010)

Some important efforts include:

EUR 894/= – Mosque Pont-de-Claix France

EUR 250/= – President Association Foi et Prière Adresse, Grenoble France

EUR 120/= – Campus mosque, near Géant Casino, Grenoble France

EUR 589/= – Grande mosquée de Clermont Ferrand France

EUR 403/= – Grande mosquée de Paris France

EUR 1574/= – Mosquée El-Kawthar, Grenoble France


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

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Eid alFitr fund raising campaign

Alhamdulilah, a total of EUR 11707.55-/= has been raised by APPEC. A major part of this came from the funds collected by volunteers during Eid prayers in France (jazak’Allah to each and every individual for all the efforts). (updated: 13th of September 2010).

Some important efforts include:

EUR 2877/= – Paris, France

EUR 2167/= – EidGaah Grenoble, France

EUR 6260/= – Association Foi et Prière (1 bis Avenue Victor Hugo – 38800 Le Pont-de-Claix)

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

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6 thoughts on “Flood relief efforts – Phase: 4 (fund raising in mosques in France)

  1. Muhammad Muzzamil Luqman Post author

    08.09.2010
    Transfer of the collected funds has been initiated to APPEC representative in Pakistan (Dr. Sajjad Hussain), who will execute the transactions to a set of volunteers for eventual distribution to the victims. Ordre de transfert is available at APPEC.

  2. Muhammad Tayyab

    I think there must be a good sum collected after the Eid prayers, here in Grenoble also, all Pakistanis were quite active in collecting. Kaku, Sibt and Asam from Grenoble will have the true amount they collected yesterday. The Masjid Pont-de-Claix had promised to collect Sadqa-e-Fitr for Pakistanis and they will inform us (may be today or tomorrow). In my opinion we should close the chapter of collecting donations under this title after we deposit that amount.

  3. Muhammad Muzzamil Luqman Post author

    ——– Original Message ——–
    Subject: [APPEC] A Successful Fund-raising Session in Paris
    Date: Fri, 10 Sep 2010 14:55:13 -0700 (PDT)
    From: M. Sohail Iqbal
    To:

    Dear Friends,
    Asslam-o-Alaikum,

    Today (on September 10, 2010) after the Eid prayer, we have a fundraising session for the flood relief where have succeeded to collect 2,877 Euros (Bank receipt attached).

    Some of the points that are worthy to share are following:

    1. Its is better to have one or two big banners to attract the people’s attention than to have multiple small posters.

    2. Distribution of small flyers before the prayers/gathering mentally prepares people to donate.

    3. Meeting and discussion of people collecting the funds are essential at least one hour before the session starts.

    4. Being interactive with the people at a prominent positions works great.

    5. Bringing friends from other nationalities puts very good impact on campaign.

    If you have any comments/ suggestion for this noble cause, please share with all.

    Thanks to all participants of this fundraising session; who will make our nation so strong that we shall not need any donations from others.

    Best Regards

    Sohail

  4. Muhammad Muzzamil Luqman Post author

    (Eid alFitr fund raising campaign)
    Transfer of the collected funds has been initiated to APPEC representative in Pakistan (Dr. Sajjad Hussain), who will execute the transactions to a set of volunteers for eventual distribution to the victims. Ordre de transfert is available at APPEC.

  5. Muhammad Muzzamil Luqman Post author

    Dear friends,

    This is the project completion notification for Flood Relief Efforts (Phases I-VI). With the generous support received from all over the world, APPEC was able to raise a handsome figure of 42,826 Euro. The details can be tracked via following link:http://www.durabledevelopment.com/appec/category/success-stories/

    The project was carried out in six different phases that are summarized below:

    Phase I: EUR 5459/=
    major source: Regular APPEC donors

    Phase II: EUR 3360/=
    major source: Fund raising in Finland by Finish Pakistani Friendship Organization (FPFO)

    Phase III: EUR 10,000/=
    major source: Fund raising in mosques in Orléans, France

    Phase IV: EUR 6990 + 11707
    major source: Fund raising in mosques during Eid-ul-Fitar in FranceÂ

    Phase V: EUR 2392/=
    major source: Fund raising in universities in France

    Phase VI: EUR 2918/=
    major source: Fund raising in Kaiserslautern, Germany

    APPEC would like to extend gratitude to everyone for generous donations and selfless efforts. Despite the collection of such a huge amount, the project would have remained in vain without the tiring efforts of Signalianz and JAWAN teams who actually took responsibility of executing field operations in the flood afflicted areas. They deserve real appreciation who made possible the dispersal of relief items to the victims.

    Besides the monetary help, APPEC was also able to ship relief items (tents, cloths, nutriments, medicines, …) to Pakistan in multiple sessions, where consignees were APPEC/Signalianz/JAWAN teams and AAJ TV fund relief programs. The free of cost transport for these shipments was realized by Pakistan International Airlines (PIA).

    Special thanks to the key people in APPEC management for streamlining the delivery of relief items from France to Pakistan, for managing funds and tracking the end to end transactions, and all distinguished members of APPEC for their fruitful brain-storming added to the success of the project.

    We would like to request your continue support in future. Please think of joining APPEC and take part in the success of the Post-Flood Relief Operations that we are planning to kick-off very soon.

    Please also have a look on our running projects, especially the thalassimia project for bone-marrow transplantation of a 3yr old that needs an immediate attention for your near-future donations.

    Yours sincerely,
    Dr. Muzammil Shahbaz
    General Secretary APPEC

  6. Muhammad Muzzamil Luqman Post author

    Update on funds from phase-4a, phase-4b, phase-5 and phase-6.

    A total of PKR2664046/= was received by the APPEC representative in Pakistan (september 2010), and has been distributed among the 9 volunteers for further distribution to the flood victims. Details on these volunteers are available at APPEC and could be requested.

    1. Mr. Fadil Aleem (Signalianz alumini) [relief work in Punjab]
    2. Dr. Navid Jamil (JMF foundation) [relief work in Punjab]
    3. Dr. Navid Jamil (JMF foundation) [relief work in Sindh]
    4. Mr. Fida Muhamad [relief work in Charsadda]
    5. Mr. Ghulam Rasool [relief work in DI.Khan]
    6. Mr. M Khizar Hayat [relief work in Bhakkar]
    7. Mr. Asad Mehmood [rehabilitation Village Pirhar Sharqi of UC1 Kot Addu]
    8. Mr. Mansur Khan
    9. Mr. Qazi Ahmer Rauf [relief work in Layya]

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