Aspiring to empower Pakistan’s youth to become agents of positive change for their community, TCF-USA’s Boston Chapter will be hosting a gala on Saturday, December 1, 2018. The event, dedicated to supporting the education of Pakistan’s underprivileged children, will be held at the ballroom at Boston University’s Metcalf Trustee Center.
An exciting program line-up has been organized for the evening. TCF leadership will provide an insight into TCF’s impact and TCF alumnus, Mohammad Noman, studying at the Ringling College of Art and Design in Florida will share his success story. Jeremy McLellan, stand-up comedian, will be headlining at the event. Named one of the ‘New Faces of Comedy’ by Just for Laughs, McLellan toured Pakistan in August 2017, where he performed at six sold out shows in Lahore and Islamabad. He’s also assisted in providing free dental care to villages around Islamabad.
The evening will also have a live auction by popular on-air personality Hank Morse from WROR Boston’s 105.7.
Let’s come together and inspire change!
This year the Boston Chapter’s fundraising goal is to support the operations of eight TCF-USA and provide quality education to more than 1,000+ girls and boys. We need your support to help us achieve our goal with your generous sponsorship donation. Please review the different sponsorship options and choose the one of your choice:
Thank you for choosing one of the sponsorship options and helping us reach our goal of educating underprivileged children in Pakistan by supporting the operations of eight TCF-USA schools this year! We appreciate you completing the form. You can pay for one of the options by:
Mail a check to Huma Najam (TCF-USA Boston Gala Chair)
When mailing a check:
Make the check payable to The Citizens Foundation, USA
In the memo mention Boston Chapter Gala for Hope and sponsorship option.
Mail the check to
66 Stonehedge Place
When donating online, mention TCF-USA Boston Chapter Gala for Hope and your sponsorship option in the specify chapter/ special project field
In 2013, a group of committed individuals from the Boston Community set up the Boston Chapter and decided to support the Al-Muhaimin Campus II, in Landhi, Karachi, Sindh. In 2016, with the support of the community, the Chapter decided to build its first campus. The Chapter has held four successful fundraisers and has been very successful in finding a groundswell of support, for providing quality education for all Pakistani children.
The Boston primary campus is located in Khushab, Punjab and opened its doors in April 2017. The school has a current enrollment of 55 students with admissions ongoing. Two families from Boston have built individual schools, the Ainoor Academy Campus, located in Kasur, Punjab and Professor Amanat Ali Campus located in Korangi, Karachi, Sindh. These campuses became operational in 2017 and 2016, respectively.