Al-Karam Textile Mills joined hands with Make-a-Wish Foundation Pakistan to grant wishes on ‘Universal Children’s Day

KARACHI: 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. The foundation is delighted to join hands with leading textile group Al-Karam Textile Mills, in granting the wishes of children suffering from critical illnesses and bringing smile on their faces.

By granting the most cherished wishes of the terminally ill children, we give them the opportunity to look outside their illnesses and help improve a child’s quality of life and better health outcome.

It’s worth mentioning that Make-A-Wish relies on the generosity of organizations like Al-Karam Textile Mills who believe in giving back to the society through their CSR initiatives.” He added.

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