The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR) launched today, in partnership with Make - A- Wish Foundation, a charitable campaign to achieve the wish of an 8-year-old child, suffering from a severe shortage of blood platelets, to visit the Sacred House of God to perform Umrah.
In this regard, Hanan Mohammed bin Nesaif, Deputy Director of Governmental Communications Department at the Authority, stressed that this campaign comes as part of a series of humanitarian initiatives implemented by the Authority to mark the Year of Tolerance, and also the International Volunteer Day, which falls on the fifth of December every year.
“This campaign is the second charitable campaign implemented by the Authority in 2019, in cooperation with Make - A- Wish Foundation, which is a charitable organization concerned with achieving the wishes of children between 3 and 18, with life-threatening diseases,” she said.
Hanan bin Nasaif stated that the campaign was announced by inviting all Federal Government employees and the public to donate through the Federal Government's HR Management Information System (BAYANATI), text messages, social media sites and the media.
She The Authority has publicized the campaign at the Federal Government level to allow the opportunity for the largest number of employees of the ministries and federal entities to participate in community work and charitable giving by contributing saving the patient’s life. through their various social networking accounts or via the Federal Government’s HR Management Information System (BAYANATI).”
She added that the Authority publicized the campaign at the Federal Government level to allow the opportunity for the largest number of people to participate in community work and charitable giving, calling on all community segments to support the campaign and donate by sending the word "Wish" through an SMS via Etisalat to the following numbers: 3333, 5555, 6888, and 7000 in case of donating AED 10, 50, 100 and 200 respectively. The same word should be sent via du in donating the same amounts to the following numbers: 3331, 5552, 6888, and 7003 respectively.