Ramadan Blessings on the Way: BRCS Announces Aid Distribution Schedule for Needy Families

The Bahrain Red Crescent Society (BRCS) has officially released the timetable for the distribution of Ramadan aid to underprivileged families, adhering to its annual tradition of providing assistance. This initiative encompasses 74 cities and villages across diverse regions within the Kingdom of Bahrain.

Commencing on Sunday, February 25, at the society’s headquarters in the diplomatic area, the aid distribution will run until Thursday, March 7, from 4 to 6 pm. The Society urges all eligible individuals to get in touch to ascertain the distribution schedule tailored to each area. The distribution process is set to unfold over ten days, with each day dedicated to specific nearby areas, following a meticulous schedule.

Mr. Mubarak Al Hadi, the Secretary-General of the Bahrain Red Crescent Society, has highlighted the concerted efforts of all committees within the Society, working seamlessly to identify and reach those genuinely in need. Their goal is to incorporate these individuals into the Society’s aid programs, ensuring they benefit from assistance that caters to their needs while upholding their humanity and dignity. Leveraging extensive experience spanning over four decades, the Society is well-equipped to understand the nuanced requirements of needy families.

Mr. Al Hadi said: “The Society has meticulously prepared to facilitate a smooth and efficient distribution of aid to the beneficiaries, and we are committed to distributing this Ramadan aid in a manner that reflects our values such as solidarity, harmony, altruism, and cooperation. We stress the significance of ongoing generosity and continuous Ramadan aid initiatives to bring happiness to community members and support those in need.”

Expressing gratitude, Mr. Al Hadi extended his thanks to the honorable donors, including citizens, residents, and both public and private companies, for their pivotal role in the success of this initiative. He also acknowledged and appreciated the hard work of the Society’s volunteers and affiliates, recognizing their dedication in meeting the needs of the beneficiaries and their commitment in utilizing their time and efforts to serve the community.

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