Life Improvement

Life Improvement

DSF is being contributing since 2010 by helping the deserving persons to enable them to make their lives according to prevailing environment around. There are number of deserving patients recovered from different diseases and enjoying their healthy lives like healthy people. We are pleased to mention here that thousands of poor persons have been established by completing their education or set their business. Widows, Handicapped and socially deprived individuals are focused in spite of organizations or institutions.

 

DSF Secretariat designed the following H-Series form for the deserving persons:

 

1.1.           DSF-HH

 

This form is used for Home Trustee referee. It contains four categories House Hold, Education, Sickness and Marriage. A guardian is also nominated in respective form.

 

1.2.           DSF H-1

 

This form is used for House Hold needs of poor person especially widow or divorced women or orphan girl/boy or any. Under this form charity is granted either one time or periodically according to need & situation. Charity in kind is also granted e.g. sew machine to a tailoring skilled worker, beauty parlor set up to its skilled worker, tyre puncher equipment, Carpenter’s tools, plumbing tools etc in order to establish a deserving upon his own footings; besides bicycles & wheel chairs.

 

1.3.           DSF H-1B

 

This form is used for the financial help for self business at small scale. The person having specific skill& will but unfortunately does not possess the financial resources to earn livelihood is entertained for providing the help in kinds or amount alongwith proper counseling and guidance to utilize the help in best manner. Charity in kind is also granted e.g. sew machine to a tailoring skilled worker, beauty parlor set up to its skilled worker, tyre puncher equipment, Carpenter’s tools, plumbing tools etc in order to establish a deserving upon his own footings; besides bicycles & wheel chairs.

Difference between H-1 & H-1B is that is H-1, the needy approaches DSF for help only for house hold expenses. Secretary DSF does interview & assess the approacher (either male or female) to unable on his/her on foots and thus establish on self reliance by giving counseling & financial help.

Whereas, in H-1B, the needy approaches for the specific help for the skill he/she possesses.

 

1.4.           DSF H-1E

 

This form is used for the financial help for Education to the deserving students up to university level. Students are entertained on purely need basis but they are advised to maintain high merit in studies while receiving the scholarship from DSF. It is clear to them that scholarship will be ceased in case of failure or poor GPA/CGPA. Scholarship is given either to student or directly to the Institution through cross cheque. In certain cases, hostel fee & mess charges are also given to dire needies.

 

1.5.           DSF H-1M

 

This form is used for the financial help for marriage to the poors and orphans. Payments are made after fixing of marriage date. DSF donates marriage package around 15,000/- to 25,000/-as per severity.

 

1.6.           DSF H-1S

 

This form is used for the financial help for sickness and medical treatment. All the medical documents are verified and examined by the DSF Medical Officer, who examines the medical reports & receipts of patient as well as in-person interview, at times and recommends amount. Payments are made either one time or for a complete course of 3 to 12 months.

 

1.7.           DSF H-1O (Organization)

 

This form is used for the financial help to the Organization / Institution which is serving community in general &itsmotto match with the objectives of DSF. Here, we mention some organizations / institutions serving with a drop of financial support of DSF on monthly or annual basis:

 

 

                 

Al-Badar Quraan Academy, Lehtrar Road, Islamabad.

 

Monthly

2

Al-Ilm Foundation, Rawalpindi.

Yearly

3

Al-Khidmat Foundation, Pakistan - Orphan Care Program.

 

Monthly

4

Bint-i-Nazir School, Bhara Kahu, Islamabad.

 

5

Dua Welfare Organization, Rawalpindi.

 

Monthly

6

Dukhtaran-i-Islam Academy, Murree.

Monthly

7

Ghazali Education Trust, Lahore.

Yearly

8

Hassan Academy Special Education, Rawalpindi & Islamabad.

 

Yearly

9

Jamia Arbia Zeenat ul Aloom, Lakki Marwat.

 

Yearly

10

Jamia Darul Islam, Joharabad, Khushab District, Punjab.

 

Monthly

11

Jamia Sarfrazia, Sohdaran, Islamabad.

 

Monthly

12

JAQ Education Trust, Islamabad.

 

Yearly

13

Kashmir Islamic Academy, Bhara Kahu, Islamabad.

 

Monthly

14

Madrisa Jamia Dar ul Islam, Khanewal.

 

Yearly

15

Nefes School System, AJK.

 

Monthly