Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Information on giving to the Edhi Foundation

Boltan Market Mithadar, Karachi
Tel: +92-21 225225, 226442, 226057, 744864

Donations are to be given only at Edhi Welfare Centers.

For the sake of security of your donation, for any donation exceeding
Rs.2000/- please donate in the form of a cheque/ bank draft /pay order
in the name of Abdul Sattar Edhi Foundation, Account no.640,
Muslim Commercial Bank, Bombay Bazar branch, Karachi or send your
donation directly to the head office.

In cities where there are branches of Muslim Commercial Bank,
you can also deposit directly into the Foundation's accounts in
these branches.

Please call Edhi’s international offices for international banking/wire
details for donation purposes.

USA Edhi international Foundation.
42-07 National street
Corona, New York, 11368 U.S.A.
Tel: (718)(639-5120)

United Kingdom
United Kingdom Edhi International Foundation,
7 Shakespeare road,
Finchley, Central London N3 IXE,
United Kingdom.

Tel:(081) 346-9232, (081) 349-0296

Abdul Sattar Edhi Foundation
257 Risebrough Circt
Markham, ON L3R 3J3

Phone: (905) 940-1453

Japan Edhi International Foundation,
RM 101 COPO Nikkei, 1-25 4-Chome,
Minami-ohi Shinagawa -KU-Tokyo 140 Japan.

Australia Abdul Sattar Edhi International Foundation,
Level 20, Picadly tower,
133, Castle reagh street, Sydney 2000,
Tel: 02-264-6499, 03-3767-7282
Fax: 03-3764-4395, 02-264-7337

Bangladesh Edhi International Foundation Inc,
2/2 Purana palton, 3rd Floor,
Dhaka - 1000


Anonymous Bushra said...


Hundreds of people I know have died, lost their families, towns and possessions. An entire generation, they say, has been wiped out, with Muzzafarabad and Rawlakot becoming "ghost towns". I remember attending a lecture once on "Perished Nations" - all the stories of the Prophets of the past like Nuh AS and the flood, Lut AS whose nation was wiped out with a tornado, the people of Ad who disobeyed Hud AS and faced eight days of destructive wind... etc.. now these aren;t stories of the past of a nation unknown, it's happening to us! A scholar at Aga Khan Univ was giving a lecture the other day and he said that humankind has reached the zenith of sin. As the hadith goes.. Whatever your actions, same will be your fate. You can see it happening. It's time to ask for forgiveness and seek change in yourself.

11:34 AM  
Blogger chai said...

bushra i totally agree with what you're saying. especially about seeking change within ourselves. may Allah swt give us the wisdom to take this time out to reflect and the strength to try to change

6:15 PM  

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