Welcome to Zard organization
This is a charity organisation which helps many groups of people around the world: we help the poor, war veterans, war soldier’s families, soldiers, terrorist victims, children all around the world, orphans and so many more. We want to give back to the communities which form our world and make a difference, one step at a time. The director general manager of our organisation, Sarwar Mirza currently resides in the United Kingdom and aims to assist the organisations finances, in many ways. He aims to help in any way that he can as he himself had grown in rough circumstances, as a refugee and soldier, and understands the need for change.
To whom it may concern
We Charity Zard Org. for Relief and Development Designation Dr.ALIBRAHIM Mohammad holding Spain passport number (DVR002062) as out representative in EUROP to collect all financing assisting around the world and credit to his account in our favor Until he transfers it to our accounts.
Workig by the rules of the Spanish law of the organization relief.
President of Organization
Mohsen Mamal Barzani
Sky's The Limit
we the people, recognize that we have responsibilities as well as rights that our destinies are bound together that a freedom which only asks whats in it for me a freedom without a commitment to others a freedom without love or charity or duty or patriotism, is unworthy of our founding ideals, and those who died in their defense.
No one becomes poor by donation and charity. Our utmost effort is to help others by providing them with their daily lifes necessities even if we cannot make their dreams come true. Charity means kindness; people will be under Gods mercy when virtuous moral covers community.
Richard MacDonald says (Charity work is very important to me and gives me an opportunity to give back to my community. I have always been a big supporter of many different charities have donated millions of dollars to them and it just feels great to do and be able to help others, especially children.)
water withdrawals will skyrocket by 50% in developing countries and 18% in developed countries.