Helping Hand for Relief and Development partners with Pakistani American Law Enforcement Society to assist flood victims


BROOKLYN, NY, October 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Helping Hand for Relief and Development is proud to announce its partnership with the Pakistani American Law Enforcement Society (PALS) to provide much needed relief to flood victims in Pakistan. NYPD PALS members collected donations in precincts across New York City for HHRD to ship to Pakistan. Currently, enough goods to fill five shipping containers have been collected, sorted and packed. A ceremony with police chiefs, police commissioners and the Consul General of New York Pakistan was held last week to commemorate this remarkable effort.

Today PALS members will arrive at Pakistan to assist in Helping Hand’s work in the field. Law enforcement officers will travel with the Helping Hand team across the country to visit medical camps, commodity distributions and other projects. They will also visit Mipur Khas in the province of Sindh to inaugurate PALS-sponsored house construction.

HHRD is registered as an International NGO (INGO) in Pakistan and currently supports over 10,000 orphans, over 1,600 children with disabilities, over 900 annual water projects, and more. Additional long-term programs provide empowerment and support to over 500,000 people each year through in-kind donations, 2,500+ through skills development and livelihoods, 750+ through education, 22,000+ through Health and Nutrition, 20,000+ through Physical Rehab, 250,000+ through Season Programs, and more.

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