MASTUL Foundation handed over a cheque to the department of Social Service
- MASTUL Foundation |
- December 31, 2023
On the occasion of National Social Service Day, the MASTUL Foundation handed over a cheque to the Department of Social Services.
The esteemed Director (Program), Joint Secretary Mr Mohammad Kamrul Islam Chowdhury, graced the event, accompanied by Additional Director Mr Helal Uddin and Social Service Officer Sabbir Hossein. The theme for this National Social Service Day was “Building a Smart Bangladesh through Social Service.”
It’s truly commendable to see the MASTUL Foundation actively engaging in collaborative efforts with the Department of Social Services, showcasing a steadfast commitment to fostering positive change within our society. Mr. Kazi Reaz Rahman, the Founder and Executive Director of MASTUL Foundation, eloquently expressed the essence of their mission.
In the words of Mr. Kazi Reaz Rahman, “Our collaboration with the Department of Social Services is more than just a partnership; it’s a shared commitment to making a tangible difference in the lives of our fellow citizens. By working hand in hand, we amplify our impact and contribute to the collective well-being of society.”
Upon receiving the generous contribution, Mr Mohammad Kamrul Islam Chowdhury, the Director of Social Service, expressed heartfelt gratitude, articulating, “In accepting this significant gesture from the MASTUL Foundation, I am reminded of the profound impact that collaborative efforts can have on our society.”
Mr. Kamrul further remarked, “This partnership exemplifies the spirit of unity and shared responsibility. MASTUL Foundation’s commitment to social service aligns seamlessly with our mission to uplift and empower the community.
Notably, MASTUL Foundation operates its school and is affiliated with 22 schools in 12 districts across Bangladesh, supporting around 1100 students from poor and helpless communities. These students receive various educational materials such as books, pens, pencils, and other stationery items.
In addition to educational support, the MASTUL Foundation operates a shelter home for orphan children and a sewing training centre that empowers helpless women with skills. The ‘Zakat Empowerment Program’ has empowered almost 800 individuals, and since the COVID-19 crisis, MASTUL has provided funeral and burial services for up to 3000 individuals, maintaining all religious rituals. The ‘MASTUL Mehmankhana’ food bank ensures that day labourers and people from underprivileged communities can enjoy a modest meal free of cost.