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CCF V-Team

Appreciation Ceremony for Bay View Academy Volunteer

Bay View Academy had a community awareness program at CCH where students and teachers spent some time with the kids. A certificate distribution ceremony was organised for those volunteers. Click here to know more details about the event.


Family Carnival

CCH V-Team organized a family carnival at Sindbad, Nisar Shaheed Park on 16th January 2011. A large number of volunteers contributed their time and efforts to make it a grand success not only in terms of funds generated but also creating awareness about CCF.

Appreciation Ceremony

In recognition of dedication and hard work of volunteers and CCF Team in organizing a very successful Family Carnival, an appreciation ceremony was also held on 20th Feb 2011 in which certificates were distributed to volunteers.

Fashion for a Good Cause

By Saadia Qamar

Published: April 16, 2011 Children Cancer Foundation Pakistan Trust organizes a fashion show to collect funds for young cancer patients. SCATCH-DESIGN-AMNA IQBAL

KARACHI

A fundraising dinner to aid young cancer patients looked more like a kitty party.

The event was held on April 15th at The Imperial in Karachi to benefit Children Cancer Foundation Pakistan Trust. The organization supports The Children Cancer Hospital, which funds treatment for young cancer patients from impoverish back grounds across Pakistan.

Reshma Tabani, one of the volunteers for the organization, said: “As a member of a V-team of the hospital, we did this fundraiser to create awareness about the hospital based in the middle of Karachi and to support it financially.”

The hospital’s budget was Rs75 million last year. This year’s projection is Rs120 million. “There is a donor fatigue and because of that, we need to do high-end fundraisers like this. People are involved in so many other causes and [then the question arises] how do you get people involved in your cause?” Tabani said.

Another volunteer organizer of the event, Zartaj Subhani, was all praise for the hospital’s V-team and said that they contributed “greatly for the cause”.

The event concluded as the children walked the ramp and we hope the proceeds from the fundraiser will be treated with transparency.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 17th, 2011.