Tag Archives: Cooperation

Complimentary Fundraising For Medical Expenses of (Late) Mrs. Sughra Bibi

By | August 14, 2013

APPEC Project ID: APPEC-2013-08-14 APPEC Primary Contact: Mansur KHAN, mansur_volunteer[at]yahoo{dot}com, +92 333 5120075 APPEC is running a complimentary fundraising project for paying the huge medical expenses of (late) Mrs. Sughra Bibi’s treatment for lungs collapse and repiratory system failure, only a couple of weeks after a successful liver transplant operation. Mrs. Sughra Bibi passed away… Read More »

Fundraising For Liver Transplant Operation of Mrs. Sughra Bibi

By | June 27, 2013

APPEC Project ID: APPEC-2013-06-27 APPEC Primary Contact: Mansur KHAN, mansur_volunteer[at]yahoo{dot}com, +92 333 5120075 APPEC Project Page Owner: Waqqas AKHTAR, waqqas_akhtar[at]yahoo{dot}com Update [13-08-2013]. A very sad news: Mrs. Sughra Bibi has passed away. Inna-lillah-aye-wa-inna Ilaiy-hay-Ra’ajayoon. Our deepest condolences for Usman and his family. Usman and his family are left with an enormous hospital bill of over… Read More »

Flood relief efforts – Phase: 8 (fund raising in Orleans, France)

By | October 30, 2010

Project ID: APPEC-2010-10-30 ____________________________________________________________________________________ In continuation of APPEC’s flood relief efforts, a group of 4 APPEC members executed an intensive fund raising in Orléans city of France. Mr. Noman JAVED, Mr. RANA Arslan Tariq, Mr. Muhammad KHAN and Mr. Syed Muhammad Noaman Ahmed SHAH, in collaboration with the association for the Pakistani mosques in Orléans, conducted a donation collection… Read More »

Flood relief efforts – Phase: 6 (fund raising in Germany)

By | September 9, 2010

Project ID: APPEC-2010-09-09 ____________________________________________________________________________________ In continuation of APPEC’s flood relief efforts, this phase focuses on fund raising efforts by volunteers from Germany. For details on APPEC’s contribution to flood relief work, please explore posts on earlier phases of our fund raising campaign (under projects and success stories). A detailed understanding of APPEC projects could be… Read More »

Flood relief efforts – Phase: 5 (fund raising in universities in France)

By | September 7, 2010

Project ID: APPEC-2010-09-07 ____________________________________________________________________________________ In continuation of APPEC’s flood relief efforts, the current phase focuses on fund raising in universities. However, individual donations are also welcome and volunteers willing to put their efforts for fund raising at any level are encouraged to bring some liquid to this phase. For details on APPEC’s contribution to flood… Read More »

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

By | September 3, 2010

Project ID: APPEC-2010-09-03 ____________________________________________________________________________________ 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… Read More »

Flood relief efforts – Phase: 1

By | August 5, 2010

Project ID: APPEC-2010-08-05 Details on second phase of the fund raising could be tracked here. _________________________________________________________________________________________ Once again our countrymen need our help; the recent series of floods has hit us hard and has left disastrous affects behind it. Millions of shelter-less Pakistanis are seeking our help … and insha’Allah together we can aide them to… Read More »

Getting to know Pakistan

By | April 20, 2010

Destination Pakistan Click the image (above) to launch a photo tour of Pakistan.   Presentation Pakistan Click the image (above) to launch a slide-based presentation on Pakistan. People of Pakistan Suggestion: Select 480p mode (after clicking play icon) for an enhanced viewing experience.