Government High School in Mozang
In 2007, the NASF donated chairs for teachers as they did not have any to sit on. They would use desks as chairs and sometimes use benches that students sat on to rest their feet while teaching classes. Because of this, many students would either have to stand or sit very crowded on other benches. The Government High School has also received a refurbished library, completed with books, from the NASF. The library is named the “Sher’s Den." “Sher” in Punjabi, their native tongue, means “lion”. The school, which is an over 125 year old all-boys school, is the alma mater of Dr. Sher, his father and grandfather. In 2008, the N.A. Sher Foundation provided computers for the school also, starting a computer lab.
Fatimah Girls School (Begum Naseem Rehman Memorial Park)
The Fatimah Girls School in Lahore, Pakistan, was given a merry-go-round, swing set, and monkey bars from the NASF. The playground was named after Dr. Sher's late sister, Begum Naseem Rehman, with whom he had shared a fond memory at that very same spot.