Over $80mln donated through Saudi Ihsan charitable campaign

Donations from philanthropists inside Saudi Arabia accounted for 99%

  
A bundle of 500 and 100 Riyal banknotes in Saudi Arabia.  Image used for illustrative purpose.

A bundle of 500 and 100 Riyal banknotes in Saudi Arabia.  Image used for illustrative purpose.

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RIYADH: More than SR300 million ($79.9 million) has been donated to the national platform for charitable giving “Ihsan” since Friday, Saudi Press Agency reported on Sunday.


Since its inauguration at the end of March, the Ihsan platform has received more than 3 million visitors, and has contributed to serving more than half a million beneficiaries through more than 200 official partners involved in the charitable sector.

Donations from philanthropists inside the Kingdom accounted for 99 percent of the total donations.

Ihsan also provided opportunities to donate outside the Kingdom for projects submitted by the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center.

“Ihsan works to support opportunities for donations and charitable projects in all regions of the Kingdom, and in various fields of charitable and humanitarian work,” the statement said.

It includes donation opportunities for education, health, housing and other fields by making use of modern technologies, which contribute to quick and easy access and achieving the highest standards of transparency and reliability, it added.

The national platform for charitable giving said it is continuing to receive donations from philanthropists during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

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