KARACHI-Pakistan Petroleum Limited (PPL) has once again been adjudged as one of the largest corporate givers by volume of donations for 2020-21 and 2021-22 by Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy (PCP). This is the 18th consecutive year since 2004 that the company has maintained this philanthropic tradition.
General Manager Shared Services PPL Syed Mahmood ul Hassan received the award from Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan Akif Saeed at a ceremony organized by PCP at a local hotel of Karachi, which was attended by business leaders, civil society officials, bilateral donors and media.
PPL continues to uphold its seven decades old legacy of sharing the benefits of development with deserving communities. The company’s CSR programme reaches deserving communities, from remote operational areas to urban centres across the country, to improve their quality of life. For this, the company works with reputable development organizations on need-based projects in education, healthcare, livelihood generation, infrastructure development, post-disaster relief and rehabilitation. PPL’s CSR budget during 2020-21 crossed two-billion-rupee mark which is a record.