All Donations, Big And Small, Save Lives

All Donations, Big And Small, Save Lives

All Donations, Big And Small, Save Lives

All Donations, Big And Small, Save Lives

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The Australian Taxation Office has endorsed "Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Foundation Limited' as a deductible gift recipient under subdivision 30-BA of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997. Your donations may be tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law."

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Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Foundation Limited (SKMCFL)

Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Foundation Limited (SKMCFL) has been incorporated in Sydney, Australia to accept donations. The Foundation strives to maintain a level of trustworthiness, efficiency, transparency and accountability across all levels of operations. We are registered with the ACNC (Australian Charities & Not-For-Profits Commission). SKMCFL holds authority to conduct its fundraising activities in all states and territories of Australia.

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Dear Friends,

As-Salamu Aleikum.

In December 2022, Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre in Lahore completed twenty-eight years of serving humanity and our second hospital, in Peshawar, marked seven years of operations. There was a time when I was told that building and running a cancer hospital in Pakistan, where the majority of patients would be treated free of charge, was impossible. Your continuing support over the years has silenced the nay-sayers and has shown that the Pakistani nation is capable of overwhelming generosity and compassion. Today, I remain more confident than ever that your generosity will enable us to open our third, and Pakistan’s largest, dedicated cancer hospital in Karachi at the end of 2023, as planned, Inshallah.
For Pakistan, 2022 was fraught with a variety of challenges, including the COVID-19 pandemic, the devastating floods and the fallout from global economic turmoil. Nevertheless, we continued to provide world-class treatment to our cancer patients, in Lahore, in Peshawar and at our diagnostic centre and clinic in Karachi. I want to thank the countless donors and supporters who make it possible for us to continue to provide state-of-the-art cancer treatment, free of charge, to over 75 percent of our patients.
I am very pleased that in 2022, the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Trust in Lahore was only the second organisation in the world to be awarded full Enterprise Accreditation by the Joint Commission International. After a three-week survey in August-September 2022, our hospitals in Lahore and Peshawar, our diagnostic centres in Lahore, as well as our diagnostic centre and clinic in Karachi, were awarded the JCI’s Gold Seal of Approval, the global gold standard for excellence in quality healthcare. It is a matter of great pride for the nation that a hospital supported by the people of Pakistan, and where the majority of the patients are underprivileged, achieved this distinction.
On a personal note, I had cause to be treated myself at the hospital in Lahore, in November this year. Even at this difficult time, I could not fail to be impressed by the professionalism of all the staff. I felt so proud that we have all contributed to the creation of the centres of excellence that are the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospitals, and I want to take this opportunity to thank all those who cared not only for me, but for the hundreds of thousands of patients that we see and treat each year.
Once again, your donations, big or small, will help us make a huge difference in the lives of cancer patients in 2023. In Peshawar, we are in the process of commissioning two new operating rooms. In Karachi, the physical structure of our third hospital is complete and finishing work is underway. It is my firm belief that, with your ongoing support, we will complete the project on time and will celebrate its inauguration in late-December, 2023, Inshallah. This huge new hospital, twice the size of our hospital in Lahore, will benefit the people not only of Karachi, but of all of Sindh as well as Southern Baluchistan. In order to be able to achieve these goals, the budget of Shaukat Khanum Memorial Trust for 2023 is Rs. 39 billion and, at this time, we need your support more than ever before. My experience of over thirty years of fund-raising tells me that, in tough economic times, the Pakistani nation is even more generous than usual, and I have no doubt that you will prove me right, once more. I urge you to donate generously and play your part in bringing hope to the many thousands of cancer patients who rely on your support to access world-class cancer treatment through the hospitals of the Shaukat Khanum healthcare system.
With warmest personal regards,

Imran Khan
Chairman
Shaukat Khanum Memorial Trust

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Our Upcoming Event

Shaukat Khanum Australia 2024 Adelaide Fundraiser

  • Mar 02, 2024, at 5:00PM
  • Venue : Thebarton Community Centre

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Impact

The Impact of Shaukat Khanum

For the Year 2022

Sr.No Details SKMCH&RC, Lahore SKMCH&RC, Peshawar
1 New registrations 17,237 4,220
2 Outpatient visits 233,886 65,480
3 Chemotherapy 48,709 20,989
4 Radiation treatments 53,659 24,460
5 Admissions 12,506 2,446
6 Surgical procedures 17,783 1,493
7 Pathology tests 5,177,531 596,254
8 Imaging studies 171,529 36,700
9 Pharmacy Dispensing 1,715,395 468,912
Our Team

Meet the Management

Kamran Mangi Director

Kamran Mangi is a senior Environmental Engineer and runs his own consultancy. He has vast experience of working both in public and private sectors in Australia as well as Pakistan. He is a Fellow of the Engineers Australia and a life member of the Pakistan Engineering Council.

Dr Aila Khan Chairperson

Dr Khan is a Senior Lecturer in Marketing at the School of Business, Western Sydney University. She is also the Academic Course Advisor for Higher Degree Research students.

Noor Ahmed Director

Mr Ahmad has a long career in corporate finance and currently director of a finance company apart from serving as director of Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital & Research Center.

Uzma Gillani Director

With a career spanning fifty years Veteran actress, Uzma Gillani is considered to be one of the greatest television actors of all time in Pakistan.

Dr Faisal Sultan Director

Faisal Sultan is a Pakistani infectious diseases physician and has been the Chief Executive Officer of Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, Pakistan since 2003.

Dr Yasmin Khan Director

Dr Yasmin is a 2nd generation Pakistani living in Sydney. She is an Occupational Physician in Private Practice and also provides Panel Physician services to iCare.

Mujahid Hamid Director

Mr Hamid is an internationally experienced business consultant in industries such as Consumer Products, Media and Fashion.

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