Rotary Club hosts fundraiser with Sufi music evening

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ISLAMABAD, Dec 14 (APP): The Rotary Club of Islamabad
(Metropolitan) hosted a fundraiser and dinner with “Divine Rhythm: An
Evening of Sufi Music” to celebrate the centennial of The Rotary
Foundation.
The event was organized to raise funds for Rotary’s polio
immunization programme.
Established in 1917, The Foundation is the $1 billion
charitable arm of Rotary International. To mark the centennial,
Rotary aims to raise $300 million by July 2017 for its campaign to
eradicate polio and for service in communities around the world.
The Fundraiser featured a mesmerizing performance by Imran Aziz
Mian, son of the legendary Qawwal Aziz Mian. The event drew a large
number of people from all walks of life.
Speaking on this occasion, Barrister Adil Jamal, President
Rotary Club of Islamabad (Metropolitan) said: “Together, we can
end polio from the world and save millions of children from this
crippling disease.”
He also thanked the audience for showing support for this
cause. The event’s main sponsors were Bank Alfalah, UIC Pakistan,
Elite Homes Nathiagali and Fortune Lakeview Residency. Rotary, which
espouses the motto “Rotary Serving Humanity,” remains committed to
making Pakistan and the world polio-free in the near future.