Since his childhood, Iftekhar Ahmed Fagun has worked for several organizations. He founded the Aitizza Shangskritik Club in Bangladesh’s Habiganj district in 2009. The club has campaigned to establish children’s cultural rights and to promote Bangladeshi traditional culture. He was the organization’s first president. From 2011 until 2013, he served as the general secretary of the Habiganj branch of the National Children’s Taskforce. As a Charter Club service director of the Interact Club of Habiganj, Bangladesh, he was participated in multiple social initiatives. Fagun has worked in Habiganj for the World Human Rights Forum, Prothom Alo Bondhushava, and the Association for Youth Advancement. Fagun joined some other organizations and worked to establish some in Sylhet, Bangladesh, in 2016. He has worked as a cultural activist and publication-related secretary at Binodon Shongho, Sylhet Agricultural University Photographic Society, Metronome Musical Club, Sylhet Agricultural University Art Club, and Lubdhok Theatre. He has worked for establishing Sylhet Agricultural University Film Society. As a volunteer in 2017-18, he worked on the ‘Vision-2020’ project to support the SDG targets. He was a member of the Bangladesh Scouts and the Red Crescent Society. He worked as a copywriter and web developer at Habiganj Info, an online information center. On behalf of Bangladesh Biggan JonopriyoKoron Somity, he has organized some workshops. He has arranged various training, workshops, events, and festivals over his organizational career. The Sylhet Film Festival, Habiganj Cultural Fest, Habiganj Film Festival, and Rabindra Nazrul Jayanti are notable ones.