Emirates Islamic contributes AED 500,000 to Dar Al Ber Society
November 14, 2016
Emirates Islamic, one of the leading Islamic financial institutions in the UAE, today announced an AED 500,000 contribution from its Zakat Fund to Dar El Ber Society, as part of its commitment to support the Society’s special committee that supports underprivileged families and individuals.
Seen here in the picture are Awatif Al Harmoodi, General Manager, Operational Quality & Processes at Emirates Islamic, while presenting the cheque to Ali Al Asi, Head of the Dar Al Ber Society committee that supports underprivileged families.
In 2016, the bank has so far distributed more than AED30 million to various charitable causes. Emirates Islamic has disbursed funds towards medical and rehabilitation equipment to government and privately run institutions including Ministry of Health, Ajman Club for disabled and Al Ihsan Medical Complex. The bank has also facilitated charitable aid to Sharjah Police, Ajman Police and Ras Al Khaimah Police to improve prison facilities, upgrade the prisons’ pharmaceutical and medical equipment and help support prisoners to pay off their diyya (financial compensation for victims’ families).