Lahore: Mobilink Foundation celebrated the Universal Day of Special Persons by supporting the organization of a Mini Special Olympics for special students in Faisalabad. The event was organized in collaboration with Tanzeem-al-Lissan, a voluntary organization working for the upliftment of special children in Faisalabad, with over 500 special student athletes participating in a variety of competitive games.
Mobilink Foundation Torchbearers helped to organize the event, distributed prizes amongst the winners and spent the day with the participants, encouraging them to never give up and to always hold onto their dreams.
Omar Manzur, Director PR and CSR, Mobilink stated, “Mobilink remains at the forefront of supporting the deserving through the Mobilink Foundation; and the dedication of our Torchbearers highlights the spirit of volunteerism amongst Mobilink employees. Mobilink is committed to building an equal opportunity Pakistan where every child has access to education and healthy activities.”
The Mobilink Foundation is committed to the support of worthy causes across Pakistan, with a vision of leadership in social responsibility. Mobilink has a history of reaching out to the less fortunate through a dedicated and efficient team of trained employee volunteers, the Mobilink Foundation Torchbearers, who are sanctioned to clock an average of 4 to 5 dedicated hours per person per month during official working hours.
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