Wide smiles, excited yells, and exuberant children running about – once again OKM’s visit began with a frenzy of activity. That excitement only heightened when they were presented with their first activity: modeling a sculpture using clay. Keeping in mind their fondness for the roof, the children were divided into groups of two or three among the volunteers and then taken there. Seated on mats, … Continue reading Letters Float Away in OKM’s Second Visit
Spirits were sky-high on Sunday, the 19th of November, when a team consisting of over 25 individuals of NCSC’s project ‘Orphans Know More’ took off from NUST. On the way to the orphanage, there was excitement, enthusiasm and a very positive energy lingering in the air as the team cracked jokes and bonded in the bus. Upon arriving at the orphanage, we noticed a small … Continue reading A Day Out in the Park with Little Heroes
Walls clad with posters surrounded by bats and people rushing to the camp at IGIS ground with an intention to serve the community, this sight marked the beginning of the much-awaited Blood Donation Drive 2017! NUST Community Services Club (NCSC) kickstarted the flagship drive on 14th November, with “Dark and Dank” as its theme. Conducted in collaboration with Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS), … Continue reading NCSC’s Blood Donation Drive Breaks Records!
NCSC’s trademark event, the Blood Donation Drive, is around the corner once again! Over the years, it has developed into one of the most impactful and successful events of NUST, collecting up to 300 pints of blood in one of its recent editions. Several organizations have collaborated with NCSC to conduct these events, including the likes of Jamila Sultana Foundation and the Pakistan Red Crescent … Continue reading 8 Types of People You Come Across at NCSC’s Blood Donation Drive!
A project that started just over two years ago, Orphans kNOw More (or OKM as it is affectionately known) aims to bring care, love and guidance into the lives of those children who are deprived of it the most- orphans. And looking at those children now, after fortnightly visits spread over the span of two years, you can see the visible difference. The first visit … Continue reading OKM Begins Once More
The Pink Ribbon is an internationally recognized symbol for Breast Cancer Awareness. Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in the female population of the world, and is especially prevalent in the Asian countries. Pakistan has the highest statistics for the spread of breast cancer in Asia, with 1 out of every 9 females being diagnosed with this ailment. Creating awareness and helping … Continue reading NCSC ‘Plays’ its Part in the Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
NUST Community Services Club (NCSC) organized its welcome session for the fresh recruits on Friday, October 13, 2017. The session started after an hour’s delay (seriously! what’s the deal here, guys?), and was headed by Sheikh Rehan and Hamza Munir, who could be seen tirelessly ensuring that everything proceeded smoothly. It kicked off with a speech from last year’s President, who had been specially invited … Continue reading NCSC Sets Sail as New Recruits Climb Aboard!