The Twelfth TCF Golf Tournament, organized by The Citizens Foundation, was held on the 20th of December at Karachi Golf Club Karsaz. The two day tournament was held as part of an annual fundraising event aimed at empowering more underprivileged children across Pakistan with an opportunity to transform their lives …Read More
Karachi Literature Festival (KLF) is around the corner and the city is buzzing with excitement. Over the years, the Festival has established its popularity amongst the Karachi crowds and has become an event not to miss. Apart from promoting literature, an important aspect of intellectual growth, here’s one more reason …Read More
Overcoming adversity and embracing life, Ujala is a diligent student of grade II at TCF St. Louis Missouri Campus in Ghazi Minara, Sheikhupura, Punjab. This promising 8 year old comes across as a very bright and quick-witted student, hence, is highly valued by her teachers. Ujala’s mother supports her family …Read More
Parveen, mother of five children and wife of a labourer, belongs to a village in District Mianwali. Education of females was looked down upon in her village, so she was not allowed by her family to attend school.
“Sometimes, my children would ask me for help with their school work and …Read More
This post originally appeared in the HuffingtonPost written by Los-Angeles based freelance journalist David Gardner for The Citizens Foundation
Imagine sending your children to school and there are no teachers.
You might go to the principal’s office to see what’s going on and to ask when the staff is likely to return. …Read More
Naila is a hardworking student of class II at TCF Ohio Primary Campus, Khyber Paktunkhwa. She has a pleasant personality and her friends enjoy her company. Naila’s father is the only breadwinner of the family and her mother is a housewife.
Naila’s favourite subject is Urdu and she likes writing stories. …Read More
Sumaira Ilyas is a 13 year old student, studying in grade IV of the TCF Taisar Town Campus II in Karachi. She hails from a family of six siblings and very supportive parents. Sumaira takes great pride in her studies, and is a hardworking student,
“I am so thankful to TCF …Read More
“When I was a child I used to feel inferior to girls who used to go to school in my neighborhood… I knew that education could not become my preference at that point in life” shares Musarrat. Thus, on finding out about the Aagahi Programme, she enrolled quickly, finding a …Read More
Noor Jehan works as an aya at the Altaf Agha V Primary School in Bhittaiabad, Karachi. An ordinary woman with an extraordinary devotion towards TCF.
“During my job at TCF, I realized the importance of education and promised myself to educate all of my five children”. Nobody from her family had …Read More