Al-Karam Textile Mills joined hands with Make-a-Wish Foundation Pakistan


Observer Report


Al-Karam Textile Mills and Make-a-Wish Foundation Pakistan joined hands to fulfill wishes of children suffering from life threatening diseases on ‘Universal Children’s Day’.
Al-Karam Textile Mills as a socially responsible corporate organization has always been at the forefront when it comes to supporting the community. The partnership with Make-a-Wish Foundation Pakistan is reflective of its commitment to the society, and in the midst of the global Covid-19 pandemic, this has never been more important. A total of 11 wishes were granted of children diagnosed with critical illnesses.
“There is nothing more important to Al-Karam than giving back to the society that has helped us come this far. Our collaboration with “Make-a-Wish” gives us an opportunity to help these children and make their dreams come true! Everyone deserves a chance at happiness and Al-Karam is proud to contribute in any way that we can!” said Sherbanoo Raza, Head of HR and Communications.
Commenting on the partnership, Mr. Ishtiaq Baig, Founding President, Make-a-Wish Foundation Pakistan said, Make-A-Wish Foundation Pakistan is an affiliate member of Make-A-Wish Int’l USA, the largest wish granting organization in the world in 60 countries, dedicated to grant the most cherished wishes of critically ill children.

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