69 million dirhams from “Dubai Islamic” to 8 charities in the UAE

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Dubai Islamic Bank has donated 69 million dirhams of zakat money to 8 charities and humanitarian institutions in the UAE to spend it on those entitled to zakat, according to lawful banks, and in support of charity and humanitarian projects and projects for this institutions.

The Zakat funds handed over by the bank to charitable and humanitarian institutions in the country were distributed as follows: 20 million dirhams to the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Charitable and Humanitarian Foundation, 13 million dirhams to the Ras Al Khaimah Charitable Foundation , 10 million dirhams to the Sharjah Charity Association, 8 million to the International Charitable Organization, and 5 million to the Saqr bin Muhammad Al Qasimi Charitable and Humanitarian Foundation, 5 million to the Emirates Charitable Society, 4 million to the Humaid bin Rashid Al Nuaimi Charitable Foundation, and 4 million for the Al Ihsan Charitable Society.

In detail, the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Humanitarian and Charity Establishment received a donation from Dubai Islamic Bank, amounting to 20 million dirhams of zakat money, to be spent on those entitled to zakat, according to legal banks, and in support of the foundation’s charitable and humanitarian works and projects.

Counselor Ibrahim Bumelha, Vice-Chair of the Foundation’s Board of Trustees, praised the role that community institutions, businessmen, banks and individuals, both citizens and residents, played in supporting charity work inside and outside the country, and pointed out that the Foundation a good resonance among philanthropists in the Emirates.

Bumelha explained that these collected amounts from Zakat will be distributed to the qualifying categories, according to their legal banks, and then according to the regulations and systems followed in the institution. And their understanding of the need to support charitable and humanitarian work.

Dubai Islamic Bank handed over 4 million dirhams to the Humaid Bin Rashid Al Nuaimi Charitable Foundation, and it was deposited in the Foundation’s account.

Tariq Abdullah Al-Awadi, director general of the Humaid Bin Rashid Al-Nuaimi Charitable Foundation, said that according to the legal banks, these zakat funds would be spent on qualifying citizens, to help them as much as possible and to meet their needs. provide.

Al-Awadi expressed his sincere thanks and appreciation to Dubai Islamic Bank for this support, which reflects the spirit of cooperation and giving among the UAE institutions, which reflects the authenticity of the people and institutions of the Emirates in implementing charitable initiatives.

The bank also provided financial support worth 13 million dirhams to the Ras Al Khaimah Charitable Foundation, 5 million to the Saqr bin Muhammad Al Qasimi Foundation for Charitable and Humanitarian Works, and 5 million to the Emirates Charitable Society, with the purpose to meet the needs. of the needy from needy families, and support projects of zakat and Eid clothing for humanitarian cases registered with beneficiary associations.

Abdulaziz Abdullah Al Zaabi, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Ras Al Khaimah Foundation for Charitable Activities, confirmed that the large annual financial support provided by Dubai Islamic Bank to the Foundation contributes to the promotion of charitable and humanitarian work towards the poor. and needy families in various areas such as monthly financial aid, support to science students, contribution to the cost of treatment and support for families Manufacturer and help recipients of housing grants and loans with a portion of the cost of electricity and water connection fees and help them get air to condition and furnish their homes, and emphasizes that the continuation of this support reflects Dubai Islamic Bank’s zeal to complement charitable work in the country by supporting charitable institutions and bodies to complete its humanitarian journey in support of families. Poor and needy cases.

Ahmed Rashid Al Zaabi, Secretary General of the Saqr Bin Muhammad Al Qasimi Charitable and Humanitarian Foundation, confirmed that the Foundation’s receipt of 5 million dirhams from Dubai Islamic Bank is within the agreement signed between the two parties, which accredits the the Foundation as include. an agent for charitable work in the disbursement of Zakat funds, which according to legal banks should be distributed to those who are entitled to Community groups, emphasizing that this generous donation has contributed to an increase in the number of aid and groups seeking assistance in in view of this humanitarian role played by Dubai Islamic Bank and their continued zeal to support needy groups, has contributed to the improvement of the standard of living of the community and the improvement of the lives of individuals and families and the improvement of their living conditions.

Abdullah Saeed Al Tunaiji, Secretary General of the Emirates Charitable Society in Ras Al Khaimah, confirmed that the association has received 5 million dirhams from Dubai Islamic Bank, which is one of the most prominent supporters and donors of charitable and humanitarian projects and initiatives taken by the Association to Assist the Needy with the goal of happiness and care for all groups earning support and zakat, and emphasizes that this annual and significant support provided by Dubai Islamic Bank reaffirms its pioneering humanitarian role towards the segments of society, represented by the bank’s shareholders and management and their major role in continuing annual charitable support.

Al Ihsan Charitable Society has announced that it has received financial support of 4 million dirhams from Dubai Islamic Bank from zakat money, with the aim of supporting its charitable projects and programs and helping needy and needy families sponsored by the association during the current year.

Sheikh Mohammed bin Ali bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Al Ihsan Charitable Society, emphasized that the bank is one of the most prominent supporters and donors of charitable and humanitarian projects and initiatives implemented by the Society to provide assistance to the needy, and explain that the Society will distribute “zakat” to families in varying amounts according to their financial conditions and the number of their members. And based on the legal conditions and controls, it will also take into account the humanitarian cases entitled to zakat after examining the situation of low-income families, and in a way that achieves the humanitarian goal of charity work around the concept of solidarity and consolidate cooperation in society.

Dubai Islamic Bank also provided financial support to the International Charity Organization, amounting to 8 million dirhams, with the aim of supporting the recipients of Zakat from needy and needy families and humanitarian affairs registered with the Authority.

Dr. Khaled Abdel Wahab Al-Khaja, Secretary-General of the Government, stressed that this initiative is a continuation of the charity journey that the bank started many years ago, which was a reason to alleviate the suffering of patients and the anxiety of patients. debtors and support needy families and other groups who earn zakat in accordance with the legal banks.

The Sharjah Charity Association received a 10 million dirham financial donation from Dubai Islamic Bank to support the Zakat money project that the association implements throughout the year.

The bank has in recent years contributed to the support of the association’s projects, which have had a major impact on providing assistance to the largest segment of the deserving, as what Dubai Islamic Bank has spent the past five years around the association to support, amounted to about 59.1 million. dirhams.

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Sheikh Saqr bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Sharjah Charitable Society, said that this support comes within the framework of the approach that the bank has implemented each year during the holy month of Ramadan and comes as a realistic translation of the joint efforts of the UAE Association to promote charity work, pointing out that the Society has taken it upon itself to help the needy orphans and the poor, and the “zakat” will be distributed in various quantities to families, after studying their financial conditions and the number of their members, based on legal checks, as well as humanitarian matters due to zakat, and to determine the situation of families whose circumstances correspond to the legal banks for zakat.

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