Announcing support for low-income people in Dubai with 3,000 SAND cards
The Dubai Endowments Foundation announced support for low-income people in Dubai with 3,000 Sanid cards, which are a pre-filled bank card with which purchases can be made at sales centers in the Emirates.
An announcement of support for people in Dubai with modest incomes in the form of 3,000 SAND cards
The Dubai Endowments Foundation has made public their support for low-income residents of Dubai by donating three thousand Sanid cards. A Sanid card is a pre-loaded bank card that can be used to make purchases at sales outlets located throughout the Emirates.
Dubai Endowments supports low-income people with 3,000 “Sand” cards
3,000 "Sand" cards are provided to those with modest incomes by Dubai Endowments, The Endowments and Minors' Funds Management Foundation in Dubai, in collaboration with the Emirates Islamic Bank, has introduced a pre-loaded bank card known as "Sand." This card will enable members of society who are eligible to make purchases using the card at a variety of sales centers. The Foundation gave away 3,000 "Sand" cards to the beneficiary organizations. The total value of these cards was three million dirhams. Orphans, widows, senior persons, people of determination, and those with restricted incomes are all eligible for social aid from the Foundation.
Saned card features to support low-income people in Dubai
Dubai residents with low incomes can benefit from the Saned Card's benefits, Each card has a monetary value of one thousand dirhams, which has been placed in advance by the organization in a unique account held by Emirates Islamic Bank. The Union Cooperative Society and the Carrefour chain of stores are two of the retailers whose products are eligible for discounts thanks to the card's bearer. The cardholder is able to make purchases in UAE dirhams at any point of sale that accepts the card.
Objectives of launching the Sanid Card to support low-income people in the Emirates
The goals of the Sanid Card initiative, which aims to assist Emiratis with lower incomes, are as follows: Ali Al-Mutawa, the Secretary-General of the Endowments Foundation and Minors' Funds Management, stated that "providing social support to deserving segments is one of the priorities of the Foundation's work, and issuing the Sanid card contributes to empowering orphans, widows, and people of determination, and providing the necessary support to ensure a decent life for senior citizens and those with limited income, and improving the standard of living." for them". Al-Mutawa continued by saying, "The institution seeks to build partnerships with various private and government agencies, in order to give selected community groups access to many benefits and services that improve the quality of their lives." "launching... The Saned Banking Card aims to provide financial support to deserving members of the Emirati community," stated Farid Al-Mulla, the Chief Executive Officer of Emirates Islamic Bank. In accordance with the fundamental tenets of Islamic Sharia, our top focus has always been to protect the health and well-being of the individual in addition to the greater welfare of society.