Tag Archives: Coordination

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 »

Complementary donation campaign (liver transplant of Mr.Sajjad Hussain)

By | March 8, 2010

  Liver Transplant of Mr.Sajjad Hussain (A primary school teacher in Azad Kashmir Pakistan). Upon receiving a call for donations on hec_overseas@yahoogroups.com (email Titled: Help needed for a School Teacher, Dated: 28.02.2010), the APPEC members have decided to launch a complementary donation campaign for this cause. An excerpt from this email (below), summarizes this project:… Read More »