The Charter for Compassion Pakistan

The Charter for Compassion Society of Pakistan (CfC) aims to create a vibrant, peaceful, and compassionate society through the creation of innovative programs, education, and training on compassionate thought and action. Our programs, tools, and activities allow our stakeholders and partners the opportunity to explore the value of collaboration, empathy, and compassion within their own respective entities, and institutionalize these positive changes across all sections of society.

Network of Organizations Working for People with Disabilities, Pakistan (NOWPDP)

NOWPDP catalyzes the creation of an inclusive society that values and upholds the rights of people with disabilities, through its programmes in employment generation, capacity-building, advocacy and awareness.

Karachi Relief Trust

Karachi Relief Trust is Disaster Management Voluntary Organization originally established to provide relief to the people afflicted in Pakistan. This group of civic minded volunteers came together with the fundamental belief that each of us can and should make a difference. Their efforts continue to assist the victims of natural disasters and our cause remains to support them in their hour of need.


The Indus Hospital is a tertiary care multidisciplinary hospital that was constructed starting from 2004 and opened its door for the patients in July 2007.

Indus Hospital has also inaugurated its Blood Center in October 2013 with a vision to provide the safest possible blood, meeting international standards to all segments of the society without any discrimination. With this the Center also aimed to mobilize the nation towards 100% voluntary blood donations.

AUTOCOM has been collaborating with Indus Hospital from the last 4 years in this noble cause by conducting Blood Drives every year and aiming to achieve a respectable donor rate.