The Society for Bright Future (SBF) organised a blanket distribution programme for the needy on the premises of The Scholar School (Abul Fazal Enclave, Okhla) on Wednesday.
Blankets were distributed to around 50 people in this programme. The occasion was attended by many people, who described it as a source of inspiration for society. Zubaidur Rehman (Chief Guest) said the Society for Bright Future is playing an important role in nation-building and social welfare work, and the work of this organisation is praiseworthy.
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On this occasion, Khan congratulated the people and appealed to provide proper education to their children. The National Coordinator of the Society for Bright Future, Irfan Ahmed, and Volunteer Coordinator, Dr. Aamir Jamal, was present in this programme.
Ahmed appealed to the people to help each other and also talked about the work done by the Society for Bright Future for human welfare. Volunteer Coordinator Dr. Aamir Jamal gave detailed information about the work of the Society for Bright Future and also talked about Project Rahat.
It is known that the Project Relief Programme is run in 13 States of India by the Society for Bright Future to provide assistance to the poor and needy sections of society during the winter season.
“If we talk about the distribution of blankets at the national level under Project Rahat till now, the Society for Bright Future has distributed approximately 2.5 lakh blankets. Talking about the activities of the last few years, SBF has worked towards rehabilitation and humanitarian assistance for thousands of people,” he said.
The Society for Bright Future (SBF) objective is to encourage human activities to prevent and reduce disasters and thereby contribute to the security of mankind.
SBF’s PR Coordinator Ashhar Alam, Volunteer Abdus Sattar, Umrul Hasan Khan, Mohammad Sarfaraz, and Atif played an active role in organising this programme.