Boston Chapter

In 2013, a group of committed individuals from the Boston Community set up the Boston Chapter and decided to support two TCF schools, Al-Muhaimin Campus II, in Landhi, Karachi, Sindh and Asna Riaz Campus.

In 2016, with the support of the community, the Chapter decided to build its first campus, the Boston Campus.In 2017, the Professor Amanat Ali Campus was built by the family of legendary educationist, Professor Amanat Ali. This campus is a means for his family and friends to cherish his lifetime love for education. Proceeding ahead, in the same year, the Ainoor Academy Campus was built by Aliya and Hassan Ahmed. The school is named after their grand daughter.

The Chapter has held several successful fundraisers and has been very successful in finding a groundswell of support, for providing quality education for all Pakistani children.

In 2018, the Boston chapter is actively engaging with its community to raise funds to support eight TCF-USA schools this year.

Chapter Projects
CampusLocationYear
Boston Primary CampusKhushab, Punjab2016 (Built and supported)
The Ainoor Academy CampusKasur, Punjab2017 (Built and supported)
Professor Amanat Ali CampusKorangi, Karachi, Sindh2017 (Built and supported)
Kings Friendship CampusVinder, Lasbela, Balochistan2018 (Supported)
Dr. Sajjad Hamdani CampusBaseera, Muzaffargargh, Punjab2018 (Supported)
Sophia CampusHaj Noor Muhammad Taheem, Thatta, Sindh2018 (Supported)

Boston Campus

Boston Campus

Alnoor Academy Campus

Ainoor Academy Campus

Professor Amanat Ali Campus

Professor Amanat Ali Campus



Chapter Team
  • Adnan Shah and Marhama Alvi

  • Anila Medina

  • Shua Islam

  • Shazia Nuzhat

  • Shauzab and Akila Ladha
  • Mahmud and Zeba Jafri
  • Shua Arshad
  • Rubina Khan

  • Masooma Bhaiwala

  • Huma Najam

  • Farzeen Fareed

  • Ali Zaidi

  • Sabiha Akram
  • Aliya ahmed

  • Rumana Khan


Contact Information

If you are interested in volunteering or want to be a friend of TCF, please contact the team members above or complete the volunteer form.