Department of Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities honours Dar Al Ber staff

DUBAI: The Department of Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities, Dubai, has honoured the staff of Dar Al Ber Society in appreciation of their dedication and excellent work.

The list of honourees included Naji Dahab Hassan, Hosamudeen Najah Al Jazzar, Ismael Mohammed Hassan Hajji and Yusria Hassan Ahmad, according to a top official.

Khalfan Khalifa Al Mazrouie, Chairman of the Dar Al Ber Society, said the honouring of staff employees with excellent charity performance is in line with the model set by the UAE in terms of philanthropic works, saying, “The UAE’s achievements under the union umbrella are the fruit of cooperative work in which all members and institutions of the society have participated.” “This honouring is really an incentive to us all, let alone the Dar Al Ber Society, which spares no effort to boost charitable and humanitarian work all over its 35-year history in collaboration with all sectors and institutions of the society,” he added.

Al Mazrouie expressed his gratitude to Dr. Hamad bin Al Sheikh Ahmed Al Shaibani, Director-General of the Department of Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities in Dubai, for honouring staff and handing over the grant of Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, for the Jumeira, Al Musa, Al Mamzar, and Nad Al Hamar Quran study centres, as well as the Islamic Information Centre.

“Such support is undoubtedly a good model for charitable, humanitarian, and social work and indicates how cooperation for righteous and pious work can be done,” he said.

Al Mazrouie also expressed his thanks to Ali Khalfan Al Mansouri, Manager of Charitable Institutions at the Department of Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities in Dubai for honouring the Dar Al Ber distinguished staff.