Quaid-e-Azam Rangers’ Special Children School (QRSCS) was established in 2012 to provide education to special children, especially those coming from underserved communities. The school houses separate equipped sections with state-of-the-art facilities and qualified staff to cater to the learning needs of hearing, visually and mentally challenged students. Besides formal curricula and need-based coaching, QRSCS also focuses on computer and vocational training as well as sports for integrated development of students so that they can become part of the mainstream life.
The school is located near Karachi Toll Plaza and is operated by Sindh Rangers since 2012.
PPL provided a donation of Rs 3.6 million to QRSCS in 2017 as monthly fee for ten deserving students for the next ten years until they complete their matriculation.