Donating to charities is not only a selfless act of kindness, but it can also be a fulfilling experience that brings joy and happiness to our lives. Whether we donate our time, money, or resources, giving back to our communities and those in need can profoundly impact both the recipients and ourselves.
Browse our guide for charities you can donate to during the Eid holiday!
Kaaf Humanitarian, established in 1949, is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering those in need with the resources to regain their independence. Their wide-ranging initiatives encompass essential provisions such as food, water, and shelter, as well as education and training opportunities, and even financing options for individuals with limited incomes to start their own businesses. Their charitable efforts extend beyond Bahrain to several regions across the globe, offering humanitarian aid to those in need.
Established in 2014, Bahrain Food Bank is a non-profit organization that operates as a food rescue program, tackling the issues of food waste and food insecurity in Bahrain. They work closely with food businesses, supermarkets, and restaurants to collect surplus food that would otherwise go to waste and distribute it to those in need. By doing so, the organization not only prevents food waste but also helps to alleviate hunger and malnutrition in the community.
View their website for information on how you can donate!
Founded in 2001 by His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, RCO’s main mission is to support the needs of the community by assisting those who are in need. This includes providing aid to the sick, disabled, and elderly, as well as supporting education, social welfare, and cultural programs. The organization also aims to promote philanthropy and civic engagement, encouraging citizens to get involved in charitable activities and contribute to the betterment of society.
For further inquiries and contributions check out their website!
Tony Waters, a British expatriate, founded this centre in 1999 with a mission to address the increasing number of stray animals in Bahrain. The centre provides shelter, medical care, and rehabilitation to animals in need, with the ultimate goal of finding them loving and permanent homes. BARC also works to control the stray animal population through spaying and neutering programs.
For donations and inquiries take a look at their website!
Founded in 1999, The society works towards building the personalities of orphans of different ages and backgrounds, so that they can grow up to be productive citizens with a good quality of life. They provide financial support to meet the basic needs of the orphans, including food, clothing, and shelter. Educational support is also provided, including tuition fees, school supplies, and extra-curricular activities to help the orphans develop their skills and abilities.
The society also provides medical care and support, ensuring that the orphans receive proper healthcare services. They also focus on providing social support, including counselling, mentoring, and guidance to help orphans build confidence and develop their social skills.
To donate you can visit their website or give them a call at +973 1734 4955