10 Years of Planting the Seeds

Every year, Seeds of Learning holds its fundraising banquet. This year marks the 10th year anniversary of the organization. Seeds of Learning spends this evening recognizing the achievements of the previous year and looking forward to the next. For ten great years, Seeds of Learning has dedicated itself to providing education to the youth of Pakistan. As we reflect on these past ten years, we have reached several goals and hope to welcome greater accomplishments in the future. Today, we have Campus of Hope in Bai Bala area in Pakistan, with an enrollment…continue reading →

Resilience in Peshawar

As Nelson Mandela stated, "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." More powerful than the terror inflicted by gunshots. More powerful than the fear and darkness which overcame Peshawar on this dark moment in history. As an organization rooted in transforming lives through planting the seeds of learning, we are devastated to hear the news of such a barbaric crime against humanity and against education. Though this goes without saying, we fully condemn the acts of these heartless terrorists and pray for the recovery and release…continue reading →

#FlyForEducation with us at the 9th Annual Seeds of Learning Fundraising Banquet: Celebrating the Legacy of Babar & Haris Suleman!

You are invited to join Seeds of Learning in its quest to bring hope and joy through education! Please join us at our Annual Fundraising Banquet, where we will celebrate the legacy of Babar and Haris Suleman in their mission to "Fly Around the World in 30 Days for Education." Seeds of Learning celebrates the groundbreaking vision of Babar and Haris Suleman, who dedicated their lives during this trip to advance literacy and formal education in an impoverished region where there is a severe lack thereof. As American Muslims, Babar and Haris have…continue reading →

Around the World For Education

When planning this great adventure, Babar Suleman knew he wanted to use the opportunity to raise funds for a cause. The question was, which one? With so many amazing organizations doing work around the world, Babar narrowed his focus to an organization focused on education and women's rights, and a cause that particularly emphasized education of girls and women. With this goal in mind, the choice was clear: The Citizens Foundation. Father-and-son team of Babar and Haris Suleman will fly around the world in 30 days in a single-engine plane to raise money…continue reading →

Campus of Hope: November Update

Aymen is nine year old. She is in class 4th. She has two brother and three sister. Her father was carpenter. Now he has joint pain and he cannot do any work. Her mother is a brave lady and handles home chores. She also look after the money affair of her husband. Although she is illiterate, after the earthquake she organize the women and made community and she solved the problem. With her efforts she gain water pipe line for her community. Aymen is also brave like her mother. She has weak eye…continue reading →

Malala Yousafzai Inspires on The Daily Show

"In this exclusive, unedited interview, 'I Am Malala' author Malala Yousafzai remembers the Taliban's rise to power in her Pakistani hometown and discusses her efforts to campaign for equal access to education for girls. Malala Yousafzai also offers suggestions for people looking to help out overseas and stresses the importance of education." Malala, a top candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize, has been an advocate for women's education despite her struggles both before and after being shot in the head by a Taliban gunman in Pakistan. Seeds of Learning continues to stand behind Malala…continue reading →

Planting the Seeds of Learning: Part 5

Planting the Seeds of Learning: Part 5 Nearly 7 years after the tragic earthquake, Seeds of Learning is hosting its 7th Annual Fundraising Dinner in an effort to continue the momentum of hope and change that overpowers the destruction and devastation left behind. Follow the journey as we explore the mission, vision and history of Seeds of Learning in this 4-part blog series. Read Part 1 here, Part 2 here, Part 3 here and Part 4 here. Thank you for joining us on the journey of how Seeds of Learning got its start and how it…continue reading →

Planting the Seeds of Learning: Part 4

Planting the Seeds of Learning: Part 4 Nearly 7 years after the tragic earthquake, Seeds of Learning is hosting its 7th Annual Fundraising Dinner in an effort to continue the momentum of hope and change that overpowers the destruction and devastation left behind. Follow the journey as we explore the mission, vision and history of Seeds of Learning in this 4-part blog series. Read Part 1 here, Part 2 here and Part 3 here. At Seeds of Learning, starting from a Kindergarten through 3rd grade school and gradually adding on, success will take time. UNICEF…continue reading →

Planting the Seeds of Learning: Part 3

Planting the Seeds of Learning: Part 3 Nearly 7 years after the tragic earthquake, Seeds of Learning is hosting its 7th Annual Fundraising Dinner in an effort to continue the momentum of hope and change that overpowers the destruction and devastation left behind. Follow the journey as we explore the mission, vision and history of Seeds of Learning in this 4-part blog series. Read Part 1 here and Part 2 here. “We wanted to build schools that we were comfortable sending our kids to,” Azher Khan, Seeds of Learning Board President. The remote community that…continue reading →

Planting the Seeds of Learning: Part 2

Planting the Seeds of Learning: Part 2 Nearly 7 years after the tragic earthquake, Seeds of Learning is hosting its 7th Annual Fundraising Dinner in an effort to continue the momentum of hope and change that overpowers the destruction and devastation left behind. Follow the journey as we explore the mission, vision and history of Seeds of Learning in this 4-part blog series. Read Part 1 here. The first annual Seeds of Learning Fundraiser took place in 2006, soon after members of the Indianapolis community paid a visit to northern Pakistan and witnessed…continue reading →
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