3500 needy families benefit from the Ramadan charter of Dubai Customs
A side of the preparation Mir Ramadan.
From the source
3500 needy families in the country have benefited from the annual Dubai Customs initiatives during the month of Ramadan, and the department has distributed Ramadan charity to the deserving of the needy families, and provided them with the main needs before the blessed month to bring joy and happiness to the souls of those families since the past five years, in cooperation with the authorities and institutions Charity in the state.
Dubai Customs has contributed to making a quantum leap by involving the sectors of society in sustainable development, through its various initiatives in social responsibility and volunteer work, which strengthened the consolidation of its principles at all levels and relied on hard work for prosperity, prosperity and successful development, by providing activities and events characterized by creativity and innovation. To face the issues and challenges related to community development, environmental protection and people's happiness, and this comes within Dubai Customs' strategy in social responsibility.
It reported that it distributed the Ramadan mir in cooperation with the Traham Charitable Foundation, taking into account the health procedures and requirements, approved by the relevant authorities in the UAE, to ensure the safety of community members from the spread of the Corona virus.
A number of the department's partners contributed to the campaign by providing foodstuffs (National Projects for Trade and Development, Naseem Al Barari for General Trade), in addition to generous donations from the department's employees.
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