The Sharjah Charity Society spent the allocations of the Eid clothing on the needy and needy families who are registered in the association’s statements, and it is one of the projects of the sacrifice campaign that was announced earlier.
Abdullah Sultan bin Khadim, Executive Director, said that the Kiswa project targeted 10,000 beneficiaries, as financial allocations of one million dirhams were made to implement the project, which comes within the initiatives of the Eid Al-Adha campaign. The association’s teams distributed clothing clothes and coupons for the purchase of ready-made clothes to families and their children, which brought joy to their souls, and happiness pervaded all segments of society with joy and happiness on the occasion of Eid. The coupons were distributed through the headquarter and sub-departments, while the beneficiaries were notified via text messages of the location of the sewing shops that were contracted to provide clothing from the kandires so that their families could receive their dues.
He pointed out that the project has a great humanitarian and social significance, as it embodies the association’s keenness to bring joy to the hearts of the deserving. to reach it.
Ibn Khadem thanked the donors of the Kiswa project, who contributed to providing these allocations and spreading joy among the needy, calling on philanthropists to the charitable and humanitarian works implemented by the association.