Rs6 million and 200 wheelchairs donated to UWT Pakistan

    The News
    Friday, April 29, 2011

    A delegation of Ummah Welfare Trust (UWT), a United Kingdom based charity organisation held a meeting with Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal Managing Director Zamurrud Khan at his office in Prime Minister Secretariat, says a press release issued here Thursday.

    During the meeting Zamurrud Khan appreciated the welfare activities of UWT being undertaken in Pakistan and handed over a donation of Rs6 million and 200 wheelchairs for the trust.

    The delegates of UWT briefed him about various welfare activities of the trust and expressed their determination for establishment of more institutes for orphans, widows, and disabled persons in Pakistan. He was informed that in order to create more space for more disabled persons at UWT Disabled Persons Centre Westridge, Rawalpindi, efforts were being made to acquire a large piece of land where a state-of-the-art building would be constructed to provide all possible facilities to disabled persons.

    Zamurrud Khan congratulated the delegates on completion of Ummah Children Academy and said that he had the opportunity to learn a lot from UWT. While appreciating the efforts of UWT, he informed the delegates about various activities being undertaken by Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal in particular and Sweet Homes project in particular.

    The delegates commended the efforts and contribution of Zamurrud Khan and invited him to visit under construction projects of UWT in Pakistan.

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