ZVMG Rangoonwala Community Centre

The Community Centre was built in 1971 in Karachi at a prime location. Inauguration of the centre was performed by our Trustee Mrs. Banu M. A. Rangoonwala on 15th November, 1971.

The late Founder and Managing Trustee, Mr. M. A. Rangoonwala in his welcome address said that ‘The establishment of this centre is the culmination of a long cherished desire and I sincerely hope that this centre will be of some service to the people, especially those with limited means’.

Since 1971 the ZVMG Rangoonwala Community Centre has been serving humanity to its utmost. Late Mr. Behram Rustamji was its first Executive Head, succeeded by Late Mr. Azizur Rehman in 1986 and then Late Mr. Sattar Parekh. The community centre provides numerous facilities under one roof. It is a ground plus three storeyed building.

It lodges in it: The Vocational Education Programme, VM Art Gallery, VM Institute for Education, a Centrally Air-Conditioned Zuleikhabai Hall, Courtyard, Conference Room, VM Library and Study Centre, The Mother & Child Care Centre, Banubai Physiotherapy Centre, Development In Literacy (DIL), Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Programme and the Zonal Office of the Pakistan Women Lawyer’s Association (PAWLA).

Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Programme

Pakistan Women Lawyer’s Association