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Donation Total: ₨ 20,000.00

PMC Foundation's Orphan Care Program

PMC Foundation Pakistan is committed to providing orphan and abandoned children with the support they need to lead a fulfilling life. Currently, over 20,000 children receive quality education, healthcare, nutritious food, clothing, and toys through PMC Orphan Care Program. However, millions of orphans in Pakistan still lack access to basic necessities. Through PMC Orphan Care Program and Orphan Family Support Program, the foundation aims to uplift social conditions of orphans in Pakistan. The Orphan Family Support Program provides financial support for education and everyday expenses to orphan children aged 16 or below, while ensuring comprehensive mental, social, and moral growth through a multi-module framework. PMC Foundation Pakistan relies on its network of volunteers across all 135 districts of Pakistan to identify potential candidates for support. The financial support provided by PMC includes school fees, a quarterly allowance, and an educational kit that includes a school bag, curriculum books, stationery, seasonal uniforms, and shoes. Additionally, the Child Character Development Program is designed for the moral and social growth of sponsored children. PMC Foundation Pakistan also provides interest-free loans to mothers of orphaned children to help them become self-reliant members of society. These loans can be used to purchase cattle, sewing machines, or start a business. To ensure the well-being of the children and their mothers, PMC provides routine physical health screenings and arranges medical treatment if necessary. Study centers have also been established to provide a supportive learning environment.

If you would like to make a difference in the lives of these children, please consider donating to PMC Foundation Pakistan's Orphan Care Program. Your contribution can help provide education, healthcare, and a brighter future for orphaned children in Pakistan.