Within the framework of its cooperation with government institutions, Dar Al Ber Society provided material support to the office of the General Authority for Islamic Affairs and Endowments in the Emirate of Ajman. The Society provided carpets and furnishing for 5 mosques in the emirate, at a cost of 200,000 dirhams.
Muhammad Suhail Al Muhairi, Executive Director of Dar Al Ber Society, indicated that the new charitable initiative covered an area of two thousand square meters of the five mosques with special furnishings, pointing out that the Society had previously provided furnishing for some mosques in Ajman during the year 2018.
He stressed that at Dar Al Ber “We are very keen on joint work and strengthening its partnership with the government sector and creating opportunities for cooperation in order to enhance the complementarity of roles between national institutions in various fields, and to achieve their common goals through effective cooperation and coordination, in the service of the UAE and its people.
Al-Muhairi affirmed that Mosques receive special care and exceptional attention by the Dar Al Ber Society, which places it at the top of its priorities, whether in building mosques, restoring or equipping them in coordination with the competent authorities. In addition to supporting and helping the needy and those with limited income, and taking care of vulnerable segments of society, such as orphans, widows, the sick, people of determination and others, these all as an implementation of the country's policy and the vision and approach of our wise leadership.
The support amount was received by His Excellency Obaid Hamad Al Zaabi, Director of the General Authority of Islamic Affairs and Endowments Office in Ajman, expressing his deep thanks and appreciation for this generous support, indicating the importance of the role played by Dar Al Ber in supporting the mosques and those in charge of them, and their appreciation for the humanitarian efforts implemented by the Society in various fields of charitable and humanitarian work, stressing that Dar Al Ber has made qualitative achievements during its years of work and has become one of the leading national institutions in this field.