Green Crescent Trust & Dynatis Pharma arranged an Art Competition event for underprivileged children.
Karachi, (June 26th, 2014) with the collaboration of Indus Pharma Green Crescent trust (GCT) and Dynatis Pharma, recently arranged an Art competition event for the underprivileged students at Marriot Hotel. Students from Green Crescent Trust’s school took an active part in the Art Competition which was appreciated by all the guests and panel of judges. Around 400 entries were received that were viewed by prominent and experienced panel of judges. Winners were awarded cash prize in four different categories. Judges panel included: Ms. Rabia Zuberi, Ms. Riffat Alvi, Ms. Nahid Raza and Ms. Meher Afroz.
Judges were amazed by seeing the excellent piece of Art work done by children’s of Green Crescent Trust’s school and hope that such kind of event will continue in the future as well. In the words of, Ms.Riffat Alvi. “I was very surprised to know that the purity and perfection of Art is still alive among these children’s, they are very talented and have a thirst of learning, the mastery of art is clearly reflecting in their paintings, for me it was a great and amazing learning experience”.
There is a common perception in our society, “One man cannot change the world.” In 1995 one man decided to change the faith of this country. He faced many obstacles during his mission, started from very 1st school at UmerGoth, Gadap Karachi. Then he never looked back and build schools one by one and today GCT have 95 schools operating in all over Sindh just because of one man Mr.Zahid Saeed ,MD Indus Pharma while giving the interview to media he said, “We can only change the destiny of Pakistan by providing more and more education to children’s . He requested all the individuals and business persons to invest their resources for the betterment of education”.
“What we spend, we lose. What we keep will be left for others. What we give away will be ours forever.” -David McGee