Nasir Hospital Care Fund - HumanityFirst

Nasir Hospital Care Fund

The Nasir Hospital has been a dream come true. It was made possible through contributions of our generous donors and supporters from all walks of life. The Nasir Hospital was Inaugurated on October 23rd, 2018 and aims to provide equal healthcare to people from all socioeconomic backgrounds in Sacatepéquez, Guatemala. The Nasir Hospital is established through a subsidiary of Humanity First USA, named HF Healthcare which aims to strengthen and expand the vision of Humanity First to provide healthcare services to underserved communities around the world through establishment of state-of-the-art hospitals. Our real work begins now with opening of the Nasir hospital built with such dedication and love. Your continued contributions will help the Hospital run efficiently and pay for care of the deserving patients who otherwise have no means to afford healthcare. Now, more than ever, the Nasir Hospital and the people it serve need your support! DONATE GENEROUSLY AND GIVE THE GIFT OF HEALTH AND LIFE!

From: December 20, 2018

$50 K

Goal

$32.26 K

Donations

$0

Pledges

$32.26 K

Total Raised

283

Total Transactions

$113.99

Avg. Donation Amount

$1.5 K

Highest Donation Amount

Top 5 States

Donations Collected


Campaign Activity

Nafees Awan donated $50.00
Mohammad Qureshi donated $26.05
$24.25 was donated anonymously
Minahil Ahmad donated $10.00
Saleha Ahmed donated $100.00
Zeba Malik donated $26.05
Amna Hanan donated $100.00
Samina Arain donated $140.00
Bilal Bajwa donated $80.00
Muhammad Akram Khalid donated $52.10
Daniyal Mansoor donated $100.00
Tahir Chaudhry donated $50.00
Bushra Saeed donated $50.00
HosneAra Begum donated $100.00
Nafees Awan donated $50.00
Mohammad Qureshi donated $26.05
$23.68 was donated anonymously
Saleha Ahmed donated $100.00
Zeba Malik donated $26.05
Amna Hanan donated $100.00
Samina Arain donated $140.00
Muhammad Akram Khalid donated $52.10
Daniyal Mansoor donated $100.00
Nida Novid donated $50.00
Please take this payment for what is needed the most and add the $50 in there.

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