Blood Donation Drive by Al Baraka Bank (Pakistan) Limited
Karachi: Al Baraka Bank (Pakistan) Limited organized a blood donation camp at its Head office in Karachi recently. At Al Baraka, Corporate Social Responsibility is at the heart of their business model. The Bank operates with a vision of providing society with a fair & equitable financial system; one which rewards efforts and contributes to the development of the community. The bank’s vision is shared by each member of the organization and that reflected in the zealous participation of the Al Baraka family in the blood donation drive. This blood donation drive was organized in collaboration with Afzaal Memorial Thalassemia Foundation (AMTF).
Mr. Ahmed Shuja Kidwai, Chief Operating Officer Al Baraka Pakistan shared that “As responsible citizens and flag bearers of Islamic finance we at Al Baraka consider it an obligation to serve the society. Saving a human life is one of the noblest causes known to man and our institution is always looking forward to support such causes. We assure AMTF of our unwavering support in the future as well – In Sha Allah
Mr.Ateeq ur Rehman, the Executive director of AMTF stated “This has been one of the most successful blood donation drives conducted. Blood donation is a very noble act and comes with innumerable health benefits therefore on behalf of AMTF I thank the Al Baraka family for arranging the event & invite the corporate sector to participate wholeheartedly in our journey of saving lives”.
Al Baraka is one of the leading Islamic Bank in Pakistan with a network of a 224 branches in 100 cities across the country. ABPL is a subsidiary of Al Baraka Banking Group (ABG) Bahrain, one of the largest Islamic banking and financial services institutions in the world.
AMTF was founded in 2003 to treat Thalassemia, a genetic disorder that can result in the abnormal formation of hemoglobin. It primarily affects children at a very young age and treatment usually includes regular blood transfusion. AMTF provides free of cost quality care to the thalassemic patients.<< Back to News & Events