The UAE business community continues to extend support to the country’s efforts to combat the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) through various contributions and initiatives.
More than 30 women and young children, both boys and girls, donated their hair to make and distribute wigs for cancer patients at an event hosted by the Consulate General of India in Dubai, in association with Hair for Hope India, on Tuesday to mark the World Cancer Day. Many others also pledged to donate their hair towards the cause.
His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, has donated the seventh set of original manuscripts to Islamic Manuscripts House (IMH) of Al Qasimia University.
Quaden Bayles, the 9-year-old Australian boy with dwarfism who’s video went viral after being bullied at school, has decided to donate the money raised for him to go to Disneyland. The figure amounts to around $475,000.
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The Sharjah-based global humanitarian organisation, The Big Heart Foundation (TBHF), has made a call to corporate entities and individuals to donate to its ‘A Warm Winter’ drive, which runs until February 19, 2022
He also stressed that the contribution of community members, businessmen, prominent figures in the emirate and various institutions to supporting inmates.
Following the vision of the Late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, preserving Emirati heritage has remained a focal point of the UAE’s wise leadership.
Full-time operations staff in the United States who are employed by Amazon from Dec.1 to Dec.31 will receive a bonus of $300, while those in part-time roles will get $150.