Yesterday, Dar Al Ber Society concluded its participation in ‘Dubai Design Week’, which was held in the Dubai Design District, within the charity area of the exhibition. The Society promoted awareness of its various charitable and humanitarian projects, as well as the initiatives that it implemented during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Dar Al Ber stand witnessed a wide turnout, where a large number of exhibition goers visited, resulting in a fruitful and successful participation. Representatives of the Society gave an extensive and comprehensive explanation of the charitable projects conducted during the current global crisis and highlighted its positive results.
The implementation of which helped the poor, needy and those with low income. The limited and vulnerable segments of society, and the victims of the global pandemic, who are affected by its negative repercussions, those who have lost their jobs and sources of income and who have been stranded and unable to return to their countries and well as other groups.
Mohammed Suhail Al Muhairi, Executive Director of Dar Al Ber Society, explained that the participation in the ‘Dubai Design Week’ represents the society's policy and reflects its keenness to social participation and to fulfill its national and social community obligations and to enhance its strategic partnerships.
Also to contribute continuously and to support and succeed in community events and activities, adding that the Society aims to create awareness amongst society and governmental and private institutions of its humanitarian and development projects, to expand its scope and ensure community interaction. As well as to increase its revenue and sources of income, in order to achieve its goals, in extending a helping hand and charity to the needy in the UAE and the poor and distressed around the world.
All this by meeting their needs, and supporting development and sustainability in countries and regions less fortunate, this leading to enhancing community cohesion and consolidating the values of tolerance, love, moderation, and transmitting the modern humanitarian image of the UAE to the world.