Beit Al Khair announces Ramadan campaign - GulfToday

Beit Al Khair announces Ramadan campaign


Officials address the media.

Jamil Khan, Senior Reporter

To continue helping people in need throughout the country in the holy month of Ramadan, the Beit Al Khair Society has announced an extensive drive including Iftar meals to providing packages of food and other essentials.

This year (1441 H – 2020) the Ramadan campaign to be held under the theme of ‘They Hasten To Good Deeds’ to continue till Eid Al Fitr is aimed to bring happiness to as many disadvantaged families and people, be they Emiratis or residents.

Addressing a select media gathering in its office located in Al Nahda, Dubai, Abdeen Taher Al Awadhi, Director General, Beit Al Khair said they are eagerly aspiring for more assistance to fulfil their obligations towards over 52,000 registered families and cases.

The briefing was also attended by Abdeen Taher Al Awadhi, Director General, Beit Al Khair, Saeed Mubarak Al Mazrouie, Deputy Director General, Abdullah Al-Ustaz, Assistant Director General, Nahla Al Ahmad, BAK Manager for Branches Affairs and Halima Al Dhanhani, BAK Manager for Centers Affairs.

“With the help of these kind hearts and white hands, we will be able to ease the suffering of thousands of deprived and low-income families over the holy month of Ramadan, and help them enjoy the serenity of the month and give more time to worship.”

Besides, Beit Al Khair is geared up to carry out its “Farha” seasonal program, Al Awadhi announced. “This programme spans the Ramadan Meer, Iftar meal, Zakat Al Fitr, Ediya, and Kiswah projects,” he said.

Shedding light on the details, he said that these schemes, which are meant to make families happier during the Eid Al Fitr, are an added value to the Society fixed and continuous projects, he explained.

“Records show that the Society spent Dh81.5 million last Ramadan, but we hope to collect and spend more, and support additional eligible families this year,” he added.

Ramadan is a season of giving when more people pay out their zakat and give for charity in hope for more rewards, he pointed out.

“This season gives a big boost to our charity programs and projects, mainly emergency aids, treatment support, and defaulters scheme whereby 24 Emirati nationals were set free after settling their over Dh4 million debts.”

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