Emirates News Agency – Within the “Farajat” initiative.. “Dubai Islamic” provides 4.35 million dirhams in support of the Faraj Fund

ABU DHABI, November 30, WAM/ Dubai Islamic Bank made a charitable and humanitarian contribution by donating AED 4,350,000 to the Faraj Fund affiliated with the Ministry of Interior as part of the “Furajit” initiative, which contributed to the release of (35) inmates and convicts who were financially insolvent in penal and correctional institutions. At the state level, coinciding with the UAE’s celebrations of the fifty-first Union Day.

His Excellency Khalil Dawood Badran, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Faraj Fund of the Ministry of the Interior, affirmed that efforts are continuing within the UAE’s march of giving and benevolence through continuous initiatives, which confirm the solidarity of the Emirati society and its national institutions, and their keenness to see its wise leadership on the approach of giving, benevolence, tolerance, solidarity and social solidarity.

He expressed his thanks and appreciation for the continuous contributions and initiatives of Dubai Islamic Bank, and their support for the Faraj Fund programs through joint community initiatives, which, since its launch, have contributed to the release and facilitation of hundreds of insolvent inmates.

For its part, Dubai Islamic Bank affirmed – in a statement – its keenness on the societal role of the institution, and its partnership with all national institutions in order to enhance the quality of life for the Emirati community, and to do the duty to sponsor and support the efforts of giving and the UAE’s charitable march and provide assistance to the needy.

He pointed to the continuation of the strategic partnership with the Faraj Fund of the Ministry of Interior through joint initiatives that enhance community solidarity work, especially with regard to supporting inmates of penal and correctional institutions in the country, and efforts to rehabilitate them and return them to society as good and productive individuals.

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