Save a Life with this Smartphone App


We are a part of middle era which is all about living your own life and earning a living for your own sake.

We are so indulged in ourselves and our problems that we often forget or do not feel the need to look around and sympathize with the underprivileged and unfortunate people who are deprived of the basic necessities of life, who are somewhere with us, in us, around us. In this self centered society there are still some people who work for the betterment of  poverty-stricken needy people.

We will get on that later but first lets recall our senses.

You might have gone through a post or picture or an ad video categorized as ‘SAVE A LIFE’ by Shaukat Khanum Hospital. Till last year, the donations for save a life campaign were made or requested via SMS but this year, Exper Labs came up with the idea of creating an easy to use free app which allows everybody to donate Rs. 20 to one of the best serving welfare hospital, Shaukat Khanum Hospital.

SAVE A LIFE app is available at the Google Playstore for free.

Anybody with a smartphone can be a part of this great initiative just by donating an insignificant sum of Rs.20 to to Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital & Research Center.

You can do it once or on daily, weekly or monthly basis based on your preference.

There is no rocket science in it, you jut have to tap once to donate Rs.20+tax from your current balance and as the app is officially endorsed by Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital & Research Center therefore your donation is safely delivered to the hospital for helping them in the construction of Shaukat Khanum Hospital in Peshawar and in saving the unfortunates, they do not keep any hidden share of your donated money.

All in all, it is a good initiative by the Exper Labs and it totally brace their motive of crafting beautiful digital solutions for awesome clients across all the platforms.

Download this app and forward a deed of  kindness and compassion which can possibly play its part in saving millions of lives.

If you missed the link above, you can download the app from here.