12 Jun 2015
Sheikh Sultan Ibn Ahmed Al-Kasemi, chairman of Sharjah Media Centre, delivered a check with 500,000 Dirhams to “The Big Heart” Foundation, to support it with the humanitarian projects that serve the refugee children and the needy in the region and the world. This amount represents the proceeds of the charity event By Majida El Roumia, and was set up by the Sharjah Media Centre on the theater metaphor in Sharjah last January.
Director of campaign «Hello Young» of the Foundation «The Big Heart», Maryam Al Hammadi, received check, in the presence of the director of media center in Sharjah, Osama Samra. Where Sheikh Sultan stressed that the success of the charity concert by Majida will push in the direction of doing further humanitarian initiations that all their proceed would be given to organizations who have are active in social, health, and educational fields.
Sheikh Sultan bin Ahmed thanked all the sponsors for the ceremony charitable agencies, and the public, who was keen to be part of this humanitarian initiative, and pointed out that the proceeds of the concert has been fully allocated to the Foundation Big Heart as a charitable organization that supports the most needy groups at this time, where this amount will contribute to the enable the institution to protect the thousands of children and provide for their fundamental rights, especially in the area of shelter, food, health care, education and psychological rehabilitation.
Mariam Al Hammadi added: «The Big Heart Foundation works to alleviate the suffering of refugees and needy children, draw the happiness on their faces, and to help them meet the challenges they are going through, and return to their normal lives, with community support gives us greater capacity to expand the number of beneficiaries of our services in countries where there are children Syrian refugees ». Hammadi announced the allocation of the entire proceeds from the concert to support the children of Syrian refugees in asylum in countries near the Syrian border camps in the region.