Iqbal Fatima Khan

15th March 1934 - 09th June 1992
Iqbal Fatima Khan Memorial Trust – IFKMT, is a social welfare organization whose primary objective is to work towards upliftment of the poor, orphans, underprivileged, handicapped in our society and in addition- to make all possible efforts to improve the natural environment around us by planning plantation drives, educating and creating awareness in schools and the society at large on the positive & negative effects of plantations, increasing green cover, waste management viz a viz deforestation & wastage of natural resources etc.

The history of IFKMT starts with our Mother in whose memory & name this trust is formed. It is an endeavor to continue the work she was quietly performing all through her life to provide equal opportunities to the underprivileged to support themselves & become independent, ensuring future generations are healthy, educated & self-reliant

Our Causes

Education For Every Child

Education to provide education to a child or an Orphan so that he can stand on his own feet & have an equal opportunity to make a better life for himself & his future generations. Thus making that many more lives self-reliant.

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Millions find it difficult to survive on a daily basis. Then there are widows who are unfortunately left alone in this word with no means to provide for themselves.IFKMT will provide & support with an aim to secure a financially & socially respectable standard of life.

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A Global concern.  Our beautiful physical world has since been consumed irrationally to the extent that we are faced with grave consequences which can no longer be termed as natural disasters. Every little effort & step counts & IFKMT will contribute in two steps.

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Health care

Basic health care is fast becoming an expensive privilege & getting out of reach for many. For the underprivileged medical assistance is seen as a dream. IFKMT will try & provide this facility to the needy.  It will also be an endeavor to provide assistance to the physically challenged.

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