Pakistan Sweet Homes Islamabad
Pakistan Sweet Home Angels & Fairies Place registered under section 42 of the Companies Act 2017 with the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) in 2016. Pakistan Sweet Home AFP is striving to support the Little Angels and Fairies who have lost their parents particularly in the wake of acts of terrorism, due to onslaught of floods and other natural disasters. These destitute children are rallied and brought under the shelter of Pakistan Sweet Home AFP. Crossing our threshold, they are bewildered, lonely and confused. It is our endeavor to help them gain their deck feet, calm their nerves and bring them back to normalcy through counseling, education and personal attention to each child. The organization has since expanded and supported destitute children with boarding, lodging and educational facilities. Stand committed to support each child, up to the level of Graduation, thereby ensuring that each one of them leaves Pakistan Sweet Home as a self- sustaining useful member of society. Pakistan Sweet Home established its first center with 500 orphan kids 400 Boys 100 Girls from all across the country in the sector of H-9/4, Islamabad in 200 kanals. The first center has,
- 05 x Set ups in Islamabad H-9/4 with the name of Fatima Jinnah Campus for 100 Girls.
- Pilot Officer Rashid Minhas (N.H) Shaheed Campus for 100 Boys
- Major Raja Aziz Bhatti (N.H) Shaheed Campus for 100 Boys
- Captain Raja Muhammad Sarwar (N.H) Shaheed Campus for 100 Boys
- Major Tufail Muhammad (N.H) Shaheed campus for 100 Boys
Pakistan Sweet Homes Golden Arrow, North Waziristan
Pakistan Sweet Home started its new center in 2018 at Mir Ali North Waziristan in collaboration with Pakistan Army with the name of Golden Arrow Pakistan Sweet Home. At this center, initially we have enrolled 100 orphan kids and after that more 50 orphan kids enrolled in this center, we are providing them all the facilities i.e quality of education, food, shelter, clothing, medical and sports.
Pakistan Sweet Home Balwal, Sargodha
Sargodha centre was inaugurated in September 2018. Pakistan Sweet Homes Sargodha does not only provide education for orphans but to all the underprivileged children who wish to receive education free of cost. Free study material, uniforms and shoes are provided to all the enrolled students. Apart from education, extra curricular activities are also a part of children’s daily routine.
Pakistan Sweet Home Cadet College, Gujar Khan
It’s the Vision of Mr. Zamurrad Khan (Hilal-e-Imtiaz) that Pakistan’s Orphans future should be bright and secure. He wanted the children to join the armed forces and play a role in prosper and secure Pakistan. So, Pakistan Sweet Home has initiated Pakistan’s First of its kind Cadet College for Orphans. It is surrounded by the area of 8.5 Acre and located in Sohawa, Gujar Khan, District Rawalpindi. It will have the capacity of 150 children provided with the facilities of Boarding, Lodging, Dining Hall, sports and recreational spaces. Role of Security Forces in fight against Terrorism is greatly appreciated by all segments of society. Sacrifices of Security Forces personnel and their families are unmatched in the history of this country. To recognize their sacrifices, it was the agenda of Pakistan Sweet Home to build a Cadet College for children of Shuhada, where free education will be given to them.
A local Land Lord of District Jhelum handed over an under construction University building to this Organization for use of welfare purpose. Currently, the building is being renovated according to needs of a Cadet College. To educate and groom wards of SHUHADA intellectually ,morally and physically fostering requisite leadership qualities for rendering service to Army in particular and civil society in general ss
- In take will be 100 % Orphans.
- No charges /fee from cadets, 100 % free.
- Preference will be given to wards of Shuhada of Security Forces (Army, Police, Rangers, FC, Mujahid Force, and Levies), orphans and Huffaz.
- Start of Cadet College in April, 2021 with strength of 185 x cadets, out of which 100 x cadets for class VIII, 50 for class XI and 35 for class XII.
- 2021 Onwards. Every year a batch of 100 x new cadets will be inducted