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Bootorab charity at the 25th International Qur'an Exhibition

Bootorab charity at the 25th International Qur'an Exhibition
The charity Institution takes part in the 25th International Qur'an Exhibition in NGO sector.

TEHRAN, (BCI) - According to the Public Relations Department of BCI, charity takes part at the 25th International Qur'an Fair (# Im Dandelion) in the NGO sector.

On May 29th, The 25th International Exhibition of Holy Qur'an has been inaugurated in the presence of Seyed Reza Salehi Amiri, Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance, Ali Akbar Salehi, Vice President and Head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization, Ashraf Boroujerdi, Vice President and Head of Documentation and Library , Hamid Mohammadi, head of the Hajj and Pilgrimage organization. The exhibition started at Imam Khomeini Mosala inTehran and will continue until 21st Ramadan.

 From the first day of exhibition, BCI hosted the children and their families and its pavilion has been one of the most visited pavilions of the exhibition.

Each child can be a messenger for orphans who are deprived of having father. The children of the visitors are asked creatively to draw a painting or to write a letter to orphans, bringing them joy. The purpose of this work is to attract the attention of people, especially children, to the needy of the community and families of orphans. This plan will have a significant role in spreading a kind culture, especially among children and young people.

Every child receives a gift from BCI after the painting and top paintings will be selected among the works and will be published. Some of these works will also be sent to the orphans.

The "Money saving boxes" are sold at a price of 100,000 Rials to attract public contributions. "Atre Mehr (the scent of autumn)" is a plan to provide stationery and school bags for the children supported by BCI. Each year, about 4,500 school bags and packs of stationery are provided for the supported students before the start of schools in September. Sponsors can participate in this project by depositing the amount to BCI account that will be used for providing necessary supplies for the students in need.

The visitors can see more than 40 stationery goods provided by BCI, in four educational periods and based on one-year needs of students. Benevolent people can buy each full package for 1.100.000 Rials and donate to the children supported by the charity.

BCI sponsor orphans in 5 deprived provinces of the country.

Address: Mosalla Tehran, the main Pavilion of NGO's and non-governmental organizations, Etrat Bootorab charity

Oct 22, 2017 14:28
TEHRAN, BCI |
Number of visit : 673

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