Emergency Installation of Solar System, Pakistan

Project Leader:

Reverend Shamas Simon

St. Francis Parish is one of the poorest parishes within the Diocese of Faisalabad. The majority of the people living here are daily wagers working at brick kilns and at the places of proprietors. The electricity load-shedding in Pakistan has intensified as the power shortfall crossed 6,000 Mega Watts, creating problems for the masses in the sweltering summer. This massive power outage has gripped many parts of the country, especially the villages. The villages routinely go without electricity for many hours. The weather during summer remains is sultry and dry with temperatures fluctuating between 30 degrees Celsius to 48 degrees Celsius. People are still extraordinarily strong in their Catholic Faith and love to attend daily and Sunday Masses regularly. If solar system is installed in the Parish, a proper atmosphere could be given to these poor people who come to Church for Mass and also prevent them from getting sick due to scorching hot weather. Every little donation will give a new hope to these people and enable them to grow more in their Catholic Faith.

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$100

of $5,000 raised



Hanh donated $50.

Rita donated $50.

What your donation can do!

  • $20 helps buy wires
  • $50 helps manufacture iron stands
  • $100 helps buy a solar panel
  • $250 helps pay labor for installation of solar system


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Hanh donated $50.

2 months ago
  

Project Leader:

Shamas Simon
Dear Hanh, Greetings. Thanks for your help for this project. May God bless you

2 months ago

Rita donated $50.

2 months ago
  

Project Leader:

Shamas Simon
Dear Rita, Thank you very much for your kind donations. May God bless you abundantly

2 months ago


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