CollaborationsFCA and the Emirates Blood Donation Society Collaborate on Social Services

FCA and the Emirates Blood Donation Society Collaborate on Social Services

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Abu Dhabi, UAE- 21 June 2024- The Family Care Authority (FCA) has taken a significant step towards enhancing its services by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Emirates Blood Donation Society. This collaboration will help promote social awareness and cultural responsibility among beneficiaries and community members. Additionally, the partnership will aim to launch national initiatives and volunteer activities that will benefit the FCA’s beneficiaries. Through collaborative efforts, the two organizations will pave the way for developing and including new initiatives, ultimately benefiting the Abu Dhabi community and its beneficiaries.

Dr. Bushra Al Mulla, Director General of the Family Care Authority, stated: “Our partnership with the Emirates Blood Donation reflects our unwavering commitment to continuously strive to expand the ways in which we can enhance the quality of life for families in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. By working with the Emirates Blood Donation Society, we encourage greater community involvement in national initiatives such as volunteering programs and blood donation campaigns.”

HE Counselor Dr. Ali Ahmed Al-Ansari, Chairman of Emirates Blood Donation Society, stated: “We are delighted to announce our strategic partnership with the Family Care Authority, through which we aim to instill our social commitment to enhancing our community’s well-being through collaborative and innovative methods. Together with the Family Care Authority, we are committed to promoting the importance of blood donation, which plays a vital role in improving our society’s overall health and safety.”

The collaboration between the Emirates Blood Donation Society and the Family Care Authority has resulted in the successful implementation of 20 programs in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi during the holy month of Ramadan, where 50 of the Family Care Authority’s employees and 95 beneficiaries participated in twelve (12) breaking-the-fast programs and seven (7) box-filling programs, and nearly 100 beneficiaries participated in the Zayed Humanitarian Work Day program, in addition to Taba’sheer 2 initiative, which aims to provide Eid clothing to children beneficiaries.

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