KARACHI: Indus Motor Company (IMC), manufacturers of Toyota vehicles in Pakistan, has released a Corporate Philanthropy of Rs. 10 Million to Indus Hospital to help them become more effective in providing quality treatment to the underprivileged and downtrodden community, particularly during the unprecedented COVID-19 crisis.
A cheque was handed over by CEO IMC, Ali Asghar Jamali to CEO Indus Hospital, Dr. Abdul Bari Khan in a brief ceremony held at Indus Hospital.
IMC CEO Mr. Ali Asghar Jamali, said, “We believe that hospitals are an essential part in our national framework that helps to combat health and hygiene related problems of the entire population, particularly during this pandemic. Keeping in view of IMC’s responsibility to the society, the organization puts its best efforts to give back to the community, especially the health sector which faces many different challenges and is in constant need of attention during these unprecedented times.” He further added, “Indus Hospital is doing an honorable job to connect necessary provisions with the under-privileged and it is an honor for us to lend a helping hand in this cause.”
Meanwhile, Dr Abdul Bari Khan of Indus Hospital appreciated the generosity of Indus Motor and its support for the community. He further said, “We are grateful for IMC’s support towards Indus Hospital in our work to help the disempowered factions of our community avail higher standards of healthcare services with convenience.”
Hospitals, blood banks and health care institutions in Pakistan receive frequent donations from IMC to successfully provide continuous services to the needy communities. PR