List of NGOs Working in Flood Relief Program

List of NGOs Working in Flood Relief Program

In Pakistan’s southern and northern regions, there has been significant flooding that has affected thousands of people and left them extremely vulnerable. Numerous people have died as a result of recent torrential rains in Sindh, Balochistan, and Punjab. Livestock, valuables, and properties worth billions of rupees have also been destroyed.

List of NGOs Working in Flood Relief Program

Many non-governmental organizations, as well as the provincial and federal governments, are putting up great effort to help individuals affected by the disaster. They are taking both monetary and in-kind donations as forms of assistance. Here’s how to get in touch with them and help out.

  • Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan
  • The Citizens Foundation
  • The Edhi Foundation
  • Orange Tree Foundation
  • Legal Aid Society
  • Akhuwat
  • Jahandad Society for Community Development
  • Institute of Rural Management
  • Shahid Afridi Foundation
  • Prime Minister’s Flood Relief Fund

Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan

One of the top nonprofit organizations, Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan has been wholly committed to providing humanitarian aid since 1990. Employees and volunteers at Alkhidmat continue to work tirelessly to help those in need both in Pakistan and around the world.

A flood emergency aid appeal has been launched by the nonprofit Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan to purchase food, tents, and tarpaulins as well as fund medical camps. Donations from abroad can be made through their global affiliates, such as Aghosh USA and Aghosh UK.

If you are interested in donating to the Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan, please visit: 

Address: Alkhidmat Complex, 3km Khayaban-e-Jinnah, Lahore.

Contact Numbers:

  • 0304 1114222
  • (042) 35957260


The Citizens Foundation

A group of people founded the non-profit, professionally run The Citizens Foundation (TCF) in 1995 with the goal of promoting social change for the better through education. TCF is presently one of Pakistan’s top organizations for education for the underprivileged.

In order to meet current needs and facilitate recovery in the future, they have developed a TCF FLOOD RELIEF APPEAL.

If you are interested in donating to the The Citizens Foundation, please visit: 

Address: Sector # 14, Korangi Industrial Area, Karachi.

Contact Number: (021) 111823823


The Edhi Foundation

The Edhi Foundation is a social welfare non-profit organization with a basis in Pakistan. Abdul Sattar Edhi established it in 1951 and presided over it till his passing on July 8, 2016.

Teams from the Edhi Foundation Pakistan have been rescuing people, offering relief, including prepared food, dry ration packs, tarpaulin sheets, medical assistance, and other non-food essentials, in all of Pakistan’s flood-affected areas. 

If you are interested in donating to the The Edhi Foundation, please visit: 

Address: Sarafa Bazar, Boulton Market, Mithadar, Karachi.

Contact Number: (021) 32413232


Orange Tree Foundation

For homes with limited resources, Orange Tree Foundation (OTF), a non-profit organization with official nonprofit status, offers mainstream education, high-quality healthcare, and need-based financial support. OTF is an NGO that works in the field of education, but because of the recent floods, they have been compelled to refocus their efforts on helping those who have been affected by the floods.

If you are interested in donating to the Orange Tree Foundation, please visit: 

Address: 14th Street, Khayaban-e-Shamsheer, Phase 5, DHA, Karachi.

Contact Number: (021) 35845530


Legal Aid Society

The Legal Aid Society is a non-profit organization that works in the areas of justice, law, and development. They are soliciting donations online and in the form of dry rations in order to improve the lives of the most disadvantaged people in our society.

If you are interested in donating to the Legal Aid Society, please visit: 

Address: Block C, 1st Floor, FTC Building, Shahrah-e-Faisal, Karachi.

Contact Numbers: 

  • (021) 99266011-4
  • (021) 35634112
  • (021) 35634113 
  • (021) 35634114



Akhuwat is an NGO which was founded in 2001. In keeping with its “Mawakhat” concept, Akhuwat is helping its brothers and sisters who have been negatively impacted by the recent floods in Pakistan. Akhuwat has established a “Flood Relief Fund” to aid in providing urgent aid to thousands of worthy people and families devastated by floods. 

If you are interested in donating to the Akhuwat Foundation, please visit: 

Address: Civic Center, Sector A2, Township, Lahore.

Contact Numbers:

(042) 111448464

(042) 35122743


Jahandad Society for Community Development

The Jahandad Society for Community Development was founded in 2002 and is a non-profit organization that is registered with the Bait-ul-Maal in Punjab, the Department of Social Welfare, and Women’s Development.

Since the year 2000, JSCD has been in the forefront of disaster relief efforts. The JSCD is working in several parts of the nation to provide food, water, shelter, clothing, medications, and medical camps in response to the recent disastrous flood.

If you are interested in donating to the JDC Foundation Pakistan, please visit: 

Address: 100 B, Iqbal Avenue Housing Society, Lahore.

Contact Numbers: 

  • (042) 35233936
  • (042) 37420116
  • 0304-4409677

Institute of Rural Management

The Institute of Rural Management (IRM), which was founded in 1993, is the premier learning and capacity-building institution in Pakistan’s non-profit industry. It is dedicated to increasing the ability, efficacy, and effectiveness of professionals and residents in rural communities in order to help them realize their full human, social, and economic potential.

The Institute of Rural Management (IRM) has started a campaign for emergencies. All contributions to this charity will go toward flood and monsoon relief operations in Pakistan. The fund will initially assist with the immediate needs of survivors for food, shelter, clean water, and cleanliness. Once initial relief work is complete, this money will help to rehabilitate the communities.

If you are interested in donating to the Institute of Rural Management, please visit: 

Address: #7, Sunrise Avenue, Park Road, Chak Shahzad, Islamabad.

Contact Number: (051) 8742201-7


Shahid Afridi Foundation

A non-profit organization in Pakistan called the Shahid Afridi Foundation (SAF) also has branches registered in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, and South Africa. Their mission is to improve the living conditions of our society’s poor groups in the areas of education, healthcare, water access, sports therapy, and emergency relief.

The Shahid Afridi Foundation continues its efforts to help the people of Balochistan and Sindh during these difficult times with the help of benefactors. The efforts will supply food (including wheat, rice, oil, grains, sugar, cooking oil, and salt), tents, and other necessities like blankets and clothing to the affected people.

If you are interested in donating to the Shahid Afridi Foundation, please visit: 

Address: 204 E.I Lines, Dr. Daud Pota Road, Karachi.

Contact Number: 111000723 


Prime Minister’s Flood Relief Fund 

For the purpose of giving relief and rehabilitation to those affected by torrential rains and flash floods in several areas of the nation, the Government of Pakistan has established the Prime Minister’s Flood Relief Fund, 2022. The Fund gladly accepts contributions and donations from both local and foreign sources. 

The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) is in charge of managing the Fund, while the Accountant General of Pakistan Revenue is responsible for keeping track of its finances. The “Prime Minister’s Flood Relief Fund Account, 2022” has been opened by the State Bank of Pakistan, and all of the commercial and microfinance banks have also done so. Donations and contributions are now being accepted at all of the banks’ branches throughout the nation in cash, check, pay order, and demand draft forms.

If you are interested in donating to the Prime Minister’s Flood Relief Fund, please visit: 

Things to Notice to Avoid Charity Scams

  • Check to see if the NGO or organization has a track record of providing relief to persons in need.
  • Determine regional programmes and activities that are based in the regions most impacted by the natural disaster.
  • Be wary of telemarketing calls and emails asking for donations.
  • Avoid visiting unreliable websites and agencies. After a significant catastrophe, con artists have historically created websites that appear to be contribution pages but are actually frauds.

Please lend your kind help to the affected families and communities as they try to survive and rebuild their lives in this time of great need.

Donate Generously to Aid Pakistan’s Suffering Families and Communities!

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