Article 25-A of the Pakistan constitution guarantees education to all children until the age of sixteen. The government has sought help from the private sector in the form of public-private partnerships (PPPs), whereby the private sector takes over or adopts a government school and runs it. In the continuum between government schools and private schools, philanthropic schools have started to try to help solve Pakistan's education crisis. This chapter looks at two alternative philanthropic schooling models that have emerged. The first are the adopted government schools run by CARE Pakistan, that follow the PPP model and the second are the 1,000 schools built and run by The Citizens Foundation (TCF), which would normally be classified as LFPS. The two models of philanthropic schools have had immense impact in the local community with regard to increasing the number of students from poor communities in schools and increasing the number of schools in difficult areas.