* Friends Welfare Association is PCP certified registered NPO (PCP-2016/439). *Registered with Economic Affairs Division (EAD) Pakistan under registration # 2(11)NGO/EAD/2016.


Our Partners

KnK “Children Without Borders” Japan KnK is a Non Governmental Organization established in Japan in 1997 as a humanitarian and educational association, to provide support to street children, defavorized children, children in conflict with the law, trafficked children and children who have been the victims of natural disaster, and to promote friendship and better understanding among children, mainly in Asia.
is a secular, non-profit, U.S.-based organization whose purpose is to raise and distribute funds in support of human empowerment through female education.Hoshyar takes as its primary mandate the goal of increasing girls' and women's access to education in historically underserved localities, particularly in Pakistan and other underserved areas of South Asia. It seeks to promote a variety of appropriate programs in response to local initiatives Projects are identified through research and field trips and include an array of incentives designed to increase female enrollment in educational institutions and to retain students once they are enrolled. Hoshyar Foundation is a legally registered public charity in the state of Texas with 501(c) 3 tax exempt status
UNICEF is the driving force that helps build a world where the rights of every child are realized. We have the global authority to influence decision-makers, and the variety of partners at grassroots level to turn the most innovative ideas into reality. That makes us unique among world organizations, and unique among those working with the young. We believe that nurturing and caring for children are the cornerstones of human progress. UNICEF was created with this purpose in mind – to work with others to overcome the obstacles that poverty, violence, disease and discrimination place in a child's path. We believe thatwe can, together, advance the cause of humanity. We advocate for measures to give children the best start in life, because proper care at the youngest age forms the strongest foundation for a person's future.
TWF is an independent grant-making Foundation created in 2007, and based in Cardiff, Wales. We give grants to organisations in both the UK and world-wide. We are most interested in projects that help globally particularly in the areas of the disparity of wealth and climate-related issues. We want to help both the global community and the local community here inWales.
The ultimate goal of The Peace Stone Foundation is to bring the world peace. NPO, "STONE FOR PEACE ASSOCIATION OF HIROSHIMA" started to donate a so-called Peace Stone to each Head of the State in the world to share the desire for peace in 1991. These stoneswere actually hit by the atomic bomb in August 1945 andwere revived by the people in Hiroshima as a silent witness of the tragedy which took 140,000 of lives instantly. As of June 2001, approximately 100 heads have accepted the Stone, and they are displayed in public. As this worldwide activity expands, providing opportunities for children to receive basic education has come up as the necessity to pursue peace in a grass-root level. Improving educational opportunities so that children can learn and grow international understanding and harmonization, which is THE PEACE STONE FOUNDATION believes as its mission. THE PEACE STONE FOUNDATION will make grants to support or assist educational projects for children who can not afford to go to school,
HANDICAP International, an international humanitarian aid and development NGO, was founded in 1982 and holding the specialization in the field of Disability. Nongovernmental, non-religious, non-political and non-profit making, it works along side people with disabilities, whatever the context, offering them assistance and supporting them in their efforts to become self-reliant.
AHAN initiative of the Government of Pakistan has been launched to promote rural businesses. Thus, the AHAN initiative will aim at providing the much needed nontraditional work opportunities in the rural areas by adopting and indigenizing the One Village One Product (OVOP) concept. The initiative envisages enabling the rural businesses to access a range of business development services, including appropriate technologies and financial capital.
The Onaway Trust was established in 1974 with the overall objective to relieve poverty and suffering. This is expressed in many areas and includes the protection of the environment, the support of children and adults with learning difficulties the assistance of smaller charities whose aim is to safeguard sick, injured, threatened or abandoned animals and emergency relief for victims of disaster. Remaining central, however since Onaway's inception is the support of Indigenous peoples - particularly Native Americans. To date, Onaway has supported an extensive number of projects worldwide, many of which have grown to become successful, sustainable organizations in their own right.
JapanWater Forum (JWF) is a nonprofit organization with international perspective. JWF is set up through cooperation of all stakeholders, including NGOs, Government, Private sector and Academia in Japan for the purpose of solving water problem in the world.
Established in 2003, the COMO Foundation supports non-profit grassroots organizations that work directly in development, education and healthcare for women and girls. Its goal is to help them support themselves. By focusing on women, it is believed that progress passes among families to improve their futures. At the same time, a strong sense of community ownership is encouraged through local ownership, peer support, mentoring and collective decision-making.
The Orskov Foundation promotes sustainable development for the poorest rural communities in the world. We aim to achieve this through the integration of agricultural education with community projects. The resultant sharing of knowledge, experience and information will be key factors to enable people and communities to find their own solutions to the complex problems they face and move towards self-sufficiency on their own terms.We support both individual students and a programme of community projects. Each of the community projects we fund is set up using a revolving-fund. This is a simple method of providing access to affordable credit to buy what the communities deem to be most useful. When they are able they then pay back to the fund to enable others to benefit. Each project, its goals and management, is set up in partnership with the active participation of the community groups involved.
Japan Platform (JPF) is an international emergency humanitarian aid organization which offers more effective and prompter emergency aid, in response to the world situation, focusing the issues of refugees and natural disaster. JPF conducts such aid with a tripartite cooperation system where NGOs, business community, and government of Japan work in close cooperation, based on equal partnership, making the most of the respective sectors' characteristics and resources.
The Maria-Helena Foundation is a non-profit, non-sectarian Pakistani-Canadian family-based organization that focuses on development in South Asia, primarily Pakistan. Our goal is to reduce poverty by supporting: education (especially of girls), skills training of women, and health care of children.
We connect people with learning opportunities and creative ideas from the UK. Whether you want to learn or teach English, take an exam, study in the UK or find out about our forthcoming events, this is the place to start.
Junior Medical Academy (JMA), a 501c(3) nonprofit established by high school students, is a platform dedicated to enriching the lives of children with various background through giving them exposure to the biological sciences. JMA partners with both local elementary schools, homeless/low-income shelters, Foster Care, and Tier I schools.