The Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Charitable & Humanitarian Foundation

Foundation providing humanitarian relief to areas that have suffered natural disasters Reviews

The foundation provides humanitarian relief to areas that have suffered natural disasters, but also funds the restoration and building of mosques all over the world, as well as education projects.

By Time Out Abu Dhabi staff
Time Out Abu Dhabi,


  • Location: Al Madina Al Riyadiya, Abu Dhabi
  • Tel: 02 681 4700
  • Travel: Sheik Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum Road, Zayed Sports City Zone
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Posted by: Ayisha on 07 Oct ' 14 at 04:09

Assalamu Alaikum,
HI, i am residing in abu dhabi since Jan 2007 and my husband working since 2000. Due to financial crisis his company terminated from his job and he could not find a suitable position yet. We have two school going children studying in 2nd and 3rd standards and i am pregnant in 8th month. Due to husband job loss in month of May he lost our insurance card as well. In Abu Dhabi it is really costly delivery in hospitals without insurance card. we are expecting delivery 30th of October according to doctor consulted. Is there any way we can approach someone or any charity in abu dhabi can help us in this hard time situation.

Seeking a positive response soon.

Jazakkallah khair.

Posted by: Khawar Mushtaq Chishti on 16 Jul ' 11 at 18:32

Can I send you a personal request for the help as i am in dire need of help at this time. If your organization can help individuals please help me out or give me the address of the Abu Dhabi Government agencies or Deewan e Amiri of Shaikh Khalifa bin Zayed to forward my request.
Thanking and hoping for earliest and favorable considerations.

Khawar M. Chishti

Posted by: Natasha Topolski on 23 Apr ' 11 at 13:04

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Dear Sir or Madam, Please Disregard my previous email. My name is Natasha Topolski and I am editor of the American Community School yearbook. Two of my classmates, Kirsten Brackett and Francine Leech, and I are planning a humanitarian trip to Ghana. We would greatly appreciate the Time Out's support by publishing a small article about our endeavor and the benefit that will result from our efforts. We have been working very hard to make this trip happen; however, we also need financial support and we hope that your readers may be willing to contribute to this initiative. Of course we would love to share our experiences with your readers upon our return or perhaps even during the trip. My classmates and I also traveled with Habitat for Humanity to India in November during which we helped build a number of houses for a community in Pondicherry. We were moved by the gratitude of the families and how our work had a significant affect on their lives. After the witnessing the conditions of the children, we were eager to do more. Francine, Kirsten and I were facilitators at a Global Issues Conference, which inspired us to plan a humanitarian trip of our own this summer. We intend to have a two-week trip in of June to Accra, Ghana. We will be working with children at an orphanage. Our voluntary work includes painting and building a local orphanage, helping children with homework, and working with them at the care centers. We will also help improve the welfare of the children by teaching the children basic English and math. The three the most compelling reasons why we chose Ghana are: 1 million orphans in Ghana 160,000 thousand children orphaned by AIDS Only 62% of Ghanaian children attend primary school Thank you for your kind consideration. Francine, Kirsten and I look forward to your favorable reply with great anticipation. If this is not the correct recipient, please forward this to whomever it need be. Thank you! With best regards, Natasha Topolski

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