05 May Al-Aman Fund Launches Annual Ramadan Campaign “Educate Me”
Al-Aman Fund for the Future of Orphans has launched its annual Ramadan campaign, calling on the Jordanian public to contribute toward the higher education of orphans in Jordan throughout the holy month of Ramadan.
The campaign titled “Educate Me” encourages people to donate to support the education of orphans after they graduate from government-run orphanages when they turn 18.
Al-Aman Fund believes that supporting orphans after the age of 18 is crucial as early adulthood marks a vulnerable and pivotal time in their lives, with the potential to determine the direction of their future.
An initiative by the Queen Rania Foundation for Education and Development, Al-Aman Fund, equips orphans who have reached legal adulthood with the education, training, and necessary skills to become self-reliant and productive members of society.
Since the fund’s establishment in 2006, more than 3,770 orphans have benefitted from its programs, which include educational scholarships, vocational training, cash stipends to cover living costs, guidance and counseling, an internship and employment program, as well as medical insurance.
According to Resolution No. 7/2010 issued by the Council of Fatwa, Research and Islamic Studies, “educating those in need is considered an ongoing Sadaqa, which would benefit the nation.” The Council goes on to explain that Zakaah, as specified by the Holy Quran, can be offered to orphans.
Prospective donors are encouraged to call the fund’s direct donation number 06-5330500 to arrange for donation pick-up at the location of their choice. Donors may also make a deposit into the fund’s account at any bank in the Kingdom.
To facilitate the donation process, Al-Aman Fund representatives are available at various shopping centers across Amman, such as City Mall, Cozmo (7th Circle), Safeway (7th Circle), Mecca Mall, Taj Mall, and Abdali Mall. Donation boxes can also be found in major stores, hospitals, and banks.