Careem-TCF Campaign | Proves Productive For The Noble Cause Of Education

KARACHI: Marking the successful conclusion of Careem’s TCF car type campaign, The Citizens Foundation (TCF) received a cheque of PKR 6.6 million from Careem in a ceremony held at Careem House on Tuesday, …….June. These funds will help TCF run the operations of almost 3 schools for an entire year.

The cheque was presented by Careem’s Managing Director, Mr. Junaid Iqbal and received by the Director of The Citizen Foundation, Mrs. Bushra Afzal.

The campaign was launched by Careem in Ramadan 2018 in an effort to support TCF’s mission of educating the less privileged children of Pakistan. The donated amount will help TCF get more children from impoverished communities into schools. During the entire holy month, a separate car type was created by TCF’s name. Passengers who selected the TCF car type paid Rs. 20 above the regular GO+ fare to raise funds for the cause of education. Careem’s MD, Junaid Iqbal, pledged to match the amount collected and maximize the donations.

“Careem has been a really supportive partner in TCF’s journey of making education more accessible for Pakistan’s children. With Careem’s reach in the masses they cater to, it was a great idea to introduce this car type and bring greater awareness among people about TCF’s work. The small donation for Rs. 20 allowed many more people to contribute their bit to education for the less privileged. We remain ever grateful for this kind gesture and look forward to our continued collaboration for a better Pakistan,” said Director of TCF, Mrs. Bushra Afzal.

Careem plans to continue its partnership with TCF and together the two organizations aim to come up with similar meaningful ways to create awareness among people as well as to raise funds for those in need.

“As a company from the region, Careem is dedicated to simplifying the lives of our citizens. We remain committed to giving back to all communities in Pakistan– especially our underprivileged youth who should be in schools and not on the streets,” said CEO of Careem, Junaid Iqbal.

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