Saturday, May 25, 2024
More
    HomeHyderabadHZCT and FEED provide scholarships to 8,954 orphans.

    HZCT and FEED provide scholarships to 8,954 orphans.

    Related stories

    Jagga Reddy appoints Kishan as brand ambassador for Congress party

    Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) working president Jagga Reddy...

    48-Hour Closure of Liquor Shops in Telangana for MLC By-Election Voting

    The Election Commission has announced the closure of wine...

    The Hyderabad Zakat and Charitable Trust (HZCT) recently released its annual report at an event attended by educationists and scholars from the Muslim community. The trust’s main focus is to increase educational standards among Muslims. During the year 2022-23, the trust spent Rs 4.27 crore to benefit 22,569 beneficiaries through all schemes under HZCT.

    Under the scholarship project, the trust disbursed scholarships to 4,259 school-going orphans, spending Rs 1.7 crore. Scholarships for post-matric and professional courses were also paid, amounting to Rs 27 lakh, covering 267 beneficiaries, including 46 medical and 10 nursing students. Through the feeding the poor project, the trust distributed over 16,569 food packs to government school students, including orphans, in Telangana, and distributed 1,449 clothes packs to orphan students. The total amount spent under the project is Rs 1.37 crores.

    Also read:  Hyderabad Food Safety Teams Conduct Surprise Raids on City Hotels and Eateries After Suspecting Foul Play

    - Advertisement -

    The trust also supported 16 marriages of poor and deserving orphan girls, spending Rs 2.6 lakhs, and provided Rs 10 lakhs for coaching for Civil Services examinations. Under the Foundation for Economic and Educational Development (FEED), the trust spent Rs 6.31 crore to benefit 61,050 beneficiaries through all schemes. Through the scholarship project, the trust disbursed scholarships to 4,695 school-going orphans, spending Rs 1.37 crore. Scholarships for post-matric and professional courses were also paid, amounting to Rs 22 lakh, covering 226 beneficiaries, including 30 medical students.

    The trust spent a total of Rs 1.55 crore under the school education project, benefiting 22,500 students, of which 72% are girls. In addition, 23,100 food grain packs were distributed to government school students, including orphans, in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. One hundred family packs, containing food grains, clothes, and Rs 3,000 cash, were also distributed to each widow family during 2022-23.

    Also read:  Caution: Online cyber scammers hunting for victims

    - Advertisement -

    The trust provided assistance to 1,350 widows and distributed 2,050 clothes to orphan students and widows, spending a total amount of Rs 2.16 crore. Additionally, the trust supported seven marriages of poor and deserving orphan girls, including young widows, by spending Rs 4.15 lakhs. The trust also provided relief and rehabilitation worth Rs 8.88 lakhs, benefiting 73 families with financial support.

    The trustees explained that the trust supports the impoverished and weaker sections of society each year, with a major portion of funds allocated to educate the deserving and the needy. The trust’s efforts have helped thousands of people in need and have made a significant impact on the Muslim community in Hyderabad.

    - Advertisement -
    Rajesh M
    Rajesh Mhttps://www.telanganatribune.com
    Latest News from Hyderabad, Telangana, India & World!

    Follow us

    3,565FansLike
    179FollowersFollow
    1,202FollowersFollow
    965SubscribersSubscribe

    Contribute News

    You can contribute an article to Telangana Tribune by dropping a mail at newsdesk@telanganatribune.com

    Latest stories

    LEAVE A REPLY

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here