Penny for Many wins Gandhi Peace Award

Published : 13 Mar 2023 09:16 PM | Updated : 14 Mar 2023 01:26 AM

On a momentous occasion for the non-profit organization Penny for Many, its President received the prestigious Mahatma Gandhi Peace Award, 2023. The award was given to the organization for its outstanding work for development and empowering poor and vulnerable communities across the country.

The award was presented by the Asian Business Partnership Summit in Kolkata, recognizing Penny for Many's contribution to the cause of peace, justice and equality. The organization's relentless efforts in providing essential services like education, healthcare, and livelihood opportunities to marginalized communities have earned it a place of honour among social service organizations.

The prestigious Mahatma Gandhi Peace Award is a testament to Penny for Many's commitment to the Gandhian values of non-violence, social justice and selfless service. The award recognizes the organization's dedication to empowering individuals and communities and creating a more equitable society for all.

The Mahatma Gandhi Peace Award is a well-deserved recognition of the invaluable contributions to society the penny for Many has made.

The award has brought great pride for Penny for Many and it serves an inspiration for the organization to continue its mission of serving the poor and marginalized communities with the utmost dedication and commitment.  

Penny for Many President Zisan Rehman on receiving the award said, “This is not just an award. This is the recognition of our hard work. Such recognition inspires us to do more social work. We are blessed to have the opportunity to serve the needy in hard times. In days to come, we will expand our social work net.” 

Penny for Many General Secretary Abdulla Al Fajsal said, “Receiving an award for social work is a great honor and a recognition of our tireless efforts in making a positive impact on society. It is a validation of the hard work, dedication, and commitment of our organization towards the betterment of communities.”