Dar Al Ber helps 446 indigent patients and Umrah pilgrims

DUBAI, Dar Al Ber Society, in collaboration with the UAE Barq, have supported 446 indigent and low-income patients and Umrah pilgrims last year under the pioneering ‘Barq Khair’ scheme.

The contributions spent on the treatment of destitute patients and Umrah pilgrims reached AED2,357,200, while the total amount of the charity project stood at AED3,667,898, according to Executive Director of Dar Al Ber.

Abdullah Ali bin Zayed Al Falasi, said that the beneficiaries of the project spanned Emirati citizens and residents of different nationalities.

“These included 46 patients and 400 Umrah pilgrims,” he said, affirming that Dar Al Ber is keen on enhancing cooperation and partnership with all national, charity, private and public entities all over the country.

Source: Emirates News Agency