Honors for a Pakistani-born teenage girl in the United States
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Honors for a Pakistani-born teenage girl in the United States

US President Donald Trump honored Laila Khan, a Pakistani-born teenager who donated biscuits to frontline fighters battling the global epidemic Corona.

An official ceremony was held in the United States to pay tribute to the heroes who fought against the corona virus, in which President Trump donated 10-year-old Pakistani-American teenager Laila Khan from the US state of Maryland to medical staff and firefighters. Honored for giving.

In recognition of Laila’s services at the ceremony, Trump awarded her a certificate of appreciation and paid tribute to her spirit.

Laila Khan, a participant in the Girl Scouts Cookies Fundraising Campaign in the United States, presented 100 Boxes of Girl Scouts Cookies (Biscuits) and Thanksgiving Cards to local medical staff and firefighters for their services in combating the Corona virus. Did
The US embassy in Pakistan also shared a message on its Twitter account with a picture of Laila Khan and Trump.

It should be noted that during the Girl Scouts Cookies Fundraising Campaign held from January to April every year, more than one million girls sell more than 200 million cookie boxes and collect donations worth up to 800 million.

Proceeds from the sale of cookie boxes are used for charitable purposes.

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