Abinta, with her dreams so pure and her hopes so strong, remains with us as her vision takes shape. With the wish to make Abinta’s most savored dreams of making the world a better place for everyone, Abinta Kabir Foundation inaugurated its office on July 8th on Pragati Sarani.
Abinta Kabir Foundation hopes to help the underprivileged through several different welfare projects throughout the country. The foundation has opened seven schools for underprivileged children, two being in Dhaka and five in Natore. Their future endeavors will include setting up old homes and health care facilities for the underprivileged. Inspired by Abinta’s keen interest in sports, the foundation also plans to help budding athletes.
The foundation has opened and maintained the Abinta Cyber Center in Charukola, Dhaka University’s Fine Arts Faculty to aid budding artists connect with the global and modern platform of art. The foundation has also set up a lifelong scholarship program for Bangladeshi and neighboring South Asian countries at Oxford College of Emory University in Georgia, USA. This opportunity will provide financial assistance to students from Southeast Asian countries including Bangladesh for higher studies at Oxford College of Emory University in Georgia, USA.
Abinta’s unfaltering kindness was reminisced by her family during the inauguration ceremony. Holding back tears, Abinta’s mother said she is proud of her daughter and wishes to work towards making her dreams come true on the social issues in Bangladesh.
Manzur Morshed, Abinta’s grandfather, said Abinta was involved in helping the needy and inspired children to enhance their creative endeavor. He also said she wanted to come home in Bangladesh early so she could open an NGO for the underprivileged.