Top Charity Organizations and NGOs in Pakistan

Sumera Saeed

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Top Charity Organizations and NGOs in Pakistan

Top Charity Organizations and NGOs in Pakistan. Charity organizations and NGOs are an integral part of society. These charity organizations help out the unprivileged areas, poor people, elderly people, and orphan children. In Pakistan, there are several charity organizations and NGOs to help out poor people and orphan children. Pakistan is a country with a fast-growing population, most of which live below the poverty line.

Many rich people support these organizations and NGOs by giving charity and funds for the better upbringing of orphans in Pakistan.

Interested in helping the poor and want to offer funds can check out the list of charity organizations and NGOs in Pakistan.

Shaukat Khanum Foundation

Imran Khan is debatably the most renowned and distinguished personality and is now the ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan after a hard struggle of 22 years. He has made a mark internationally for his impressive track record in sports, community service, and politics. IK has gained perfect honors for his commitment and principle that life’s energy is best spent in the service of humanity. He inaugurated the Shaukat Khanum Foundation to help the poor and needy and to serve them with the best possible health facilities.

Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital in Lahore was inaugurated in 1994 to serve patients who are fighting cancer.  The hospital employs modern technology and advanced machinery for the detection and treatment of several types of cancer. Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital is now also available in Peshawar and people can donate their funds to make it more facilitated for cancer suffering patients.

Edhi Foundation

Edhi Foundation is a major name in Pakistan’s charity organization. It was founded by the great person late Abdul Sattar Edhi. It is one of the top social welfare service providers across the world running on a non-commercial, non-political, and non-communal basis. From shields, and upbringings to well-being – the Edhi foundation covers everything.  The foundation provides shelter to homeless orphans and old, and abandoned infants.

After the migration to Karachi in 1947 he decided to serve Pakistan and laid the foundation of the Edhi Foundation which later became Pakistan’s largest welfare charitable organization with more than 1,500 ambulances for 24-hour emergency services.

Chhipa Welfare Association

Chhipa Welfare Association is also one of the very well-organized charity organizations in Pakistan, founded in 2007 by Ramzan Chhipa. It is actually an NGO that offers all kinds of facilities to the poor and needy across the city of Karachi. Chhipa Welfare Association is totally a non-profit NGO serving humanity without any discrimination of caste creed or color.

Shahid Afridi Foundation

After enjoying and gaining fame in the cricket world Shahid Afridi decided to open an NGO in Pakistan to serve the unprivileged people of Pakistan. Shahid Afridi Foundation (SAF) is now serving humanity and offering the facilities of education, health, food, and others to the people of Pakistan. The foundation is presently in the process of constructing a hospital and school within Pakistan to facilitate the unprivileged areas of the country.

EHSAS Foundation

EHSAS stands for Education, Health, and Social Achievement Services. It’s an NGO based in Chakwal and Islamabad, working for stability and education for the unprivileged areas. The organization has established the EHSAS library, EHSAS blood bank, EHSAS Hepatitis Awareness and Vaccination Program, EHSAS Horticulture Development Program and EHSAS Good Governance Program.

Sahara For Life Trust

Sahara For Life Trust foundation by the renowned singer Abrar ul Haq is committed to offering quality human services, training, and social administration to needy ones. It’s a charitable organization promoting health and education in remote areas. The organization started work in 2003 with the development of a hospital in Narowal.

Al-Khidmat Foundation

Al-Khidmat Foundation is a non-profit charitable organization based in Lahore. It is serving the people of Pakistan for 50 years with the vision of “Serve to Humanity”. Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan” enlisted in 1990, as an NGO under the Societies ACT.

This Foundation has been active in flood relief and other disaster relief work for many years.  It’s also working for social well-being by running schools and orphan homes, managing clean water projects, running ambulances, setting up medical camps, and offering much more facilities to the people in jail as well.

Saylani Welfare International Trust

Saylani Welfare International Trust is working as NGO in Pakistan and working for the well-being of poor and needy people in unprivileged areas.

Aman Foundation

The Aman Foundation was founded by the Naqvi family in 2008. It is the largest private social segment project in Pakistan, with an emphasis on medicinal services and instruction.

Aga Khan Foundation

Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) is also an NGO that works to mend the quality of life for villagers. The AKF alongside its sister AKDN agencies works as an innovator in solving social issues and developing the standards of living among people. Its large number of volunteers work hard to promote education, health facilities, and social development programs.

Here is the list of other honorable charity organizations and NGOs that are working in the development of unprivileged areas because they understand the needs of any particular service of the community.

  1. Ansar Burney Trust International
  2. Aurat Foundation
  3. Bilqees Sarwar Foundation
  4. Darul Sukun
  5. Fauji Foundation
  6. Fatimid Foundation
  7. Khushal Pakistan
  8. Lahore Musical Forum
  9. Minhaj Welfare Foundation (MWF)
  10. Muslim Aid Pakistan
  11. Save the Children
  12. The Citizens Foundation (TCF)
  13. Transparent Hands Charity Trust
  14. War Against Rape (WAR)
  15. Youth Parliament Of Pakistan

These are some of the top charity organizations and NGOs in Pakistan that are working for the betterment of the poor and needy.

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Hi, this is Sumera Saeed: A seasoned content writer with 12+ years of experience, I craft compelling content across diverse platforms. My expertise covers e-commerce, finance, news media, and currently, the vital Pakistani blogosphere. As Managing Editor and Content Writer at, I am passionate about creating engaging content. I am always excited to discover new trends and writing techniques. Feel free to connect at [email protected] to discuss content tips, write-ups, or potential collaborations.

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