Masha Allah, we have great news for our fans and followers! We are happy to announce that we are now a registered charitable Society with the Registrar Joint Stock Companies. Our registration number is PR/8586/L/S/14/427
This is a massive step forward in our aim to create awareness about Multiple Sclerosis in Pakistan. The Society has been registered under the name ‘Society for Multiple Sclerosis Patients‘, registered in Lahore on 20 February, 2014.
As the President of the Society, I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone, especially the 6 members who helped me make this Society a reality. We still have a long way to go and it can only be possible with your continued support and encouragement. We also look forward to receive funds and donations from our supporters. We will be setting up a donations page on our website very soon to allow users to make donations online.
The Society Registration Certificate can be downloaded by our readers along with the Articles and Memorandum using the links given below.
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