The University of Dubai has announced that the University’s Alumni Relations Office, in collaboration with the Board of Directors of the Alumni Association and the “Bit Al Khair” Association, is organizing its fifth annual charity fundraiser for needy students. Over the years, the office has been able to raise 3 million and 392 thousand dirhams through its annual charitable campaign as part of a scholarship fund program for university graduates and friends. The proceeds of the charity campaign, which was implemented under the auspices of the “Bit Al Khair Association”, were granted to undergraduate students and graduates who faced financial challenges, in accordance with the university’s recommendations and the terms of the assistance.
Thanks to this charitable campaign and grant, the University’s Alumni Relations Office has been able to help 96 students and alumni, including 1 million and 124,000 dirhams.
Dr. Isa Al Bastaki, President of the University, says: “The University has provided many scholarships for its students and still does, and each year, during the holy month, it conducts annual charities and campaigns with friends, graduates and partners of government organizations to donate and support poor students and graduates. To take part. Be able to get their degree, bachelor’s degree, and the job they deserve.
He thanked all the donors who have provided financial and financial assistance over the past five years.
Amna Al-Marzak, director of the Training and Career Development Center and the Alumni Relations Office, indicated that the grant campaign was licensed by the Department of Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities in Dubai.
Donors include public and private sector organizations, institutions and organizations, philanthropists, graduates and partner charities, including “Al Maktoum Charity Organization”, “Dubai Charity”, “Dar Al Ber”, “Bit Al Khair”, he said. “, And others.