The Ghulam Muhammad-Arshad Nasir Grammar School (GMANGS) is a momentous initiative by the Message Welfare Trust (MWT) under its project, “Education for all”, to cater children, majority of whom come from low socio-economic background, with quality education and personality grooming. Born on the 5th of May 2008, the English medium school enrolled its first twenty five students in the first days of its operation. We, at GMANGS, believe that only wholesome education can bring about a revolution in the society, with which its members can contribute more towards the society’s growth and uplift. Continue Reading
Founder & President
Muhammad Mudassir Zia is a young graduate of the University of Engineering & Technology (UET) and a teacher by profession. He is the founder and President of Message Welfare Trust. Zia’s vigor and passion to help the deprived section of the society has led him to the path of establishing a strong platform for the youth of Pakistan where they can make a difference by contributing in his noble endeavors. He believes that his actions can inspire the youth to wake up, look around and do something for this country and its people.
Director “Eduaction for All”
Abdur Rehman is a teacher by profession and holds master’s degree in economics. He is an integral part of Message Welfare Trust from the scratch. Abdur rehman heads the project Education for All. He is also the principal of the Ghulam Muhammad Grammar School that is being run by MWT to ensure quality education to needy and helpless children.
Under the project of Pakistan Our Home, MWT initiated an event in March, 2010 known as Street Art Competition (SAC). SAC can be regarded as one of the biggest events and the first of its kind in the history of Pakistan. It all started off as an idea to do something against the anomalous practice of wall chalking. Starting in 2010 as a competition, Street Art Pakistan engaged students from various institutes to paint the culture, traditions and positive facets of Pakistan on the walls of Lahore. Till now Street Art Pakistan has successfully organized five seasons of the Street Art Competition (SAC) covering 14 cities of Pakistan.
Artists from various schools and colleges came together for the wall street art competition, to reclaim the walls of Lahore which for years have been covered with graffiti, publicising everything from love for a soulmate to hate for political parties.
The competition is an exclusive anti wall chalking campaign organised by Artistan and Message Welfare Trust, every year.
Artists and volunteers in the sixth season of the Street Art Competition, reclaimed the walls by painting them with cheerful designs aimed at bringing some happiness and pride back to the city.