Two meals a day for the poor is a small contribution but, even small contributions can make a big difference. Bahria Dastarkhwan is Bahria Town’s humble yet promising effort to eradicate hunger from Pakistan. Starting small in the year 2008, today this largest network of soup kitchens in Pakistan is feeding hundreds of thousands of mouths every day, in many cities across the length and breadth of our beloved homeland. An unprecedented initiative providing FREE meals, twice a day, to more than hundred thousand people throughout Pakistan.
Nationwide Bahria Dastarkhwans:
• Lahore • Karachi • Rawalpindi • Islamabad • Dera Ghazi Khan • Okara • Swat • Nawabshah • Multan • Tharparkar • Larkana • Nawabshah • Abbottabad • Peshawar •Faisalabad • Hyderabad • Sheikhupura
Hunger and destitution disturb the socioeconomic equilibrium escalating the incidence of several social evils and crimes, leaving threadbare the very social fabric, which guarantees survival of human civilization. Bahria Dastarkhwan is an effort, on the part of Bahria Town, to build a more balanced society by sharing
What we have with everyone transcending the bounds of culture, class
and creed. Its impact is not only felt by the poor who come and eat there but also by the families they have left behind who benefit from the hard-earned money which they save on each free meal.
Meals are also provided to the patients and attendants at the various public hospitals nationwide including Ayub Medical Complex Abbottabad, Holy Family Hospital Islamabad, National & Ganga Ram Hospitals Lahore, Nishtar Hospital Multan, Lady Reading Hospital Peshawar and
Bahria Dastarkhwan is continuously expanding its network to serve more and more people.