Latest in Tag: charity Highlight
Latest in Tag: charity
Magdi Yacoub’s ad positively flipped the coin towards donation campaigns
Investment experts and asset managers expect market to see demand from investment and charity institutions upon launch of charity funds to benefit from growing donations in Egypt
Mubasher Trade is candidate to manage fund for free, EFSA requires involvement of financial institutions in foundation by at least 2%
An educational organisation established after the 25 January Revolution by a prominent figure of the uprising has shut down due to financial problems, it has said, citing restrictive legislation.
Ongoing dissolution of civil society organisations raises questions about alternative provisions for needy
Decision is tragic for Egyptians struggling to provide for themselves, says Brotherhood spokesperson
Bassita launches a campaign, sponsored by Baraka Optics, to help artisans who cannot afford to buy eyeglasses
Ruling allows NGO to continue operations
Online initiative allows those looking to donate to select specific cases
Many groups of friends in Egypt come together discretely give to those less fortunate during the holy month
Larger than life cartoon characters liven up an iftar to cheer up children with cancer
Egyptian charitable organisation were also hit by the Egyptian economic crisis
Website lets you share your opinion, contribute to charity and boost the economy.
El Warsha organises a variety of activities for both the young and old, including workshops for media and visual arts, movie screenings, art exhibitions, seminars, and designing handcrafted artwork.
Cairo Runners organise Cairo’s first half marathon
Al-Muntada Trust Fund accused of funding Islamist organisation Boko Haram
Tawasol for Developing Establ Antar is an nongovernmental organization (NGO) which works with children who have dropped out of school. The NGO says it provides around 140 primary school children with a chance to continue education and teaches them sports.
Charity is an integral part of Ramadan and many initiatives spring up leading up to and during the month long celebration. Drives to donate food to those in need to ensure they can break their fast with a proper meal, makeshift restaurants that serve Iftars for free pop up all over town and special events are organised all over the country to enable everyone to contribute freely and participate in this aspect of Ramadan. Over the course of this month we will continue to share with you some of these appeals for generosity.
The tradition of giving a bag of food is an act of charity that can seem precarious to those new to the phenomenon, performing charity gracefully is not an easy feat when the recipient is in front of you.