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Pakistan Charland Academy Updates

A few months ago, I talked about the humanitarian project in Pakistan to help educate poor children, both with spiritual knowledge and practical knowledge. Suneelshakir had been sending me pictures for a full year before I decided to help them, and they decided to call it the Charland Academy. Helping children and widow women who are the most vulnerable to get a new life. He’s posting a lot of pictures on their Facebook page so that you can see the situation over there.

I’m writing this update because they are in urgent need to build a roof over their head. They are studying in an open space, and the rainy season is coming. To be able to study year-long, they will need an indoor space. They will need $1500 to build that room and already have a donor for $500, so they need $1000 more. You can donate here.

There are also a couple of things I wanted to mention about this project a while back; now is a good time to share my thoughts.

First of all, why did I decide to support him? Because he has a very strong connection to God and his integrity level is extremely high. Every little money is worth 10-100x more for them than for us, and it doesn’t go for luxuries. It pays very basic needs that we take for granted.

There has been a lot of similar projects in Africa, that often fell apart after a few years. What makes this project different? If …Read More

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Humanitarian Project in Pakistan

Many of you guys greatly helped me last year when we went through a very difficult period. We couldn’t travel internationally but could do what needed to be done around our area in Mexico. I’m now back on my feet, and am passing on the donations to others who really need it. I’ve been supporting this humanitarian project in Pakistan for a while now. I’m personally donating $300 per month to them, to help educate children living in total poverty, and to help widow women get out of slavery. Even small donations make a huge difference for these people.

Here’s a video explaining the project and the situation over there.

If you would like to donate to this mission, send your donations here. I will receive funds in Canada and forward everything to Pakistan.

Single donations will be great to help these children celebrate Christmas that they could never celebrate before. What they really need, however, is recurring donations. $20 per month will be more useful than a single donation of $100, and with 25 donations of $20 per month, plus the $300 per month I’m sending, he will be able to cover his base monthly expenses.

With Open Collective, finances will be transparent. He can list what …Read More

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