Emirates Islamic Bank donated AED 2 million to insolvent guests to the Al-Faraj Fund. The Bank gave a check to the Board of Directors of the Fund.
His Excellency Dr. Nasser La Khreibani Al Nuaimi, Chairman of the Fund, praised the Bank’s humanitarian initiative in supporting charity and facilitating the inmates of the penal institution, which reflects the vision of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE. “To strengthen the social responsibility in the private sector institutions to play its role in serving the country and contribute to its development process and within the framework of the keenness and follow-up of the senior leadership to promote the humanitarian heritage of the tender and humanitarian, founded by the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, And his body as the leader of the nation in the march of charitable and humanitarian work witnessed by the state in all its fields.
The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Fund, in a meeting with the delegation of the Emirates Islamic Bank at the headquarters of the Fund in Bahia, Abu Dhabi, stressed the Foundation’s keenness to strengthen strategic partnerships with stakeholders and to increase efforts to raise the level of care and improve services to guests and provide the best ways to care for them and continue to work on achieving quality in performance, Objectives of the Fund Strategy.
He also praised the efforts exerted by charities and philanthropists to support the objectives of the Fund and to achieve its lofty mission to pay attention to disabled guests and their families. He called for strengthening the spirit of solidarity and social solidarity based on the teachings of our Islamic religion and emphasizing the modern concepts of the reform and penal institutions. Insolvent inmates and pay their debts.
The fund discussed with Emirates Islamic Bank ways to enhance mutual cooperation and agreement between the two sides to sign a memorandum of understanding to be determined later to provide contributions to the target groups of the Fund through the allocation of financial humanitarian assistance to the inmates who spent their sentence in the penal and correctional institutions at the state level and were unable and reluctant to secure amounts To release them, to integrate them into their communities, as well as to ensure the decent life of the family during the time of the breadwinner’s sentence.
The visiting delegation met with the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Fund on the basic functions of the Fund and the target groups, as well as assistance in the issuance of tickets for those expelled from the country, the visitors to their country and the payment of rent housing and the payment of fees for private schools for the children of inmates insolvent.
For her part, Awatif Al Harmoudi, General Manager of Operational Quality and Operations at Emirates Islamic Bank, affirmed the Bank’s commitment to support the objectives of Al-Faraj Fund and contribute to achieving its aspirations in charitable and humanitarian work. He pointed out that the Bank’s donation to the Fund follows a number of similar initiatives launched by some of the penal and reform institutions In the past few years through the Bank’s charitable fund.
The meeting was attended by IFAD’s Executive Director Saqr Al Nuaimi and Saleh Bin Musallim Al Qutbi, Public Relations and Corporate Communication Officer
The bank’s director, Shama Hamad Hareb Al Habsi, director of the Abu Dhabi region at the bank, Amina Al Zarouni, media relations and publicity manager at the bank, Yousuf Mohammed Tayeb, head of retail banking, Mohammed Al Hilali,