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Zong 4G Extends a Helping Hand to SOS Children’s Village Lahore

In continuation of its tireless commitment for giving back to the society, Pakistan’s leading cellular and digital services provider, Zong 4G, has reached out to the SOS Children’s Village Lahore to facilitate lives of young boys and girls.

To help the children cope with the cold weather and the Covid-19 pandemic, Zong gifted warm clothing, among other items of basic necessity, to the SOS Village Lahore’s children. The initiative was replicated across all SOS Villages in Lahore so more children could benefit from the support.

Moreover, Covid-19 awareness sessions were also organized by Zong for Lahore’s SOS Children’s Villages to educate the children on safety and prevention measures amid the coronavirus pandemic.

“Our association with the SOS Children’s Villages has been going on for years and this latest collaboration with SOS Children’s Village Lahore is an extension of our commitment to facilitating the lives of children in need,” said Zong’s official spokesperson. “Our team spent some valuable time with the kids while educating them on coronavirus safety and making their everyday lives a bit more comfortable.”

“We thank Zong for their love and support for the Village’s kids,” shared Almas Butt, Village Director, SOS Villages. “Any such gesture of kindness is always appreciated as the kids at the SOS Villages need love and affection like all children. Zong’s gift of warm clothing for the kids and their Covid awareness session will surely help the kids in fighting both cold and the virus.”

In September this year, Zong extended support to SOS Children’s Village Karachi amid torrential rains. Earlier Zong 4G partnered with Bint-e-Fatima old home to the support of the elderly women of Karachi during the crisis. The extension of support to the SOS Children’s Village in Lahore solidifies Zong’s unfaltering commitment to the social welfare of citizens.

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