CrediMax backs Bahrain’s Royal Humanitarian Foundation

      Published on Tuesday, 1 June , 2021      558      
CrediMax backs Bahrain’s Royal Humanitarian Foundation


CrediMax, a leading card-issuing company, is continuing its annual support to Bahrain’s Royal Humanitarian Foundation (RHF) through its “A Fils Can Change Life Project” since the launch of the project back in 2014.




The handover ceremony took place at the RHF headquarters with the presence of Yusuf Abdulla Al-Yaqoob, Assistant Secretary General and Ahmed A. Seyadi, CrediMax Chief Executive and executive members from both organizations.

Through the “A Fils Can Change Life” project, the RHF seeks to provide a permanent and ongoing source of income for supporting nearly 7,000 families registered with the RHF.

CrediMax allocate a Fils for each transaction that takes place on Credimax POS Terminals to support programs and projects for widows and orphans. It is a simple idea in practice but of high value in terms of results.

Ahmed A. Seyadi stated:

“We affirm the company’s commitment to strengthening its social responsibility bringing positive change in society by contributing to the activities of charitable associations and organizations working in the service of society. We are pleased to continue with our support to Royal Humanitarian Foundation; a reputable assembly in our community and the role it offers to provide the necessary aid and assistance to those in need”

Yusuf Abdulla Al-Yaqoob, Assistant Secretary General for Planning and Charity Resources Development at the Royal Humanitarian Foundation, said that CrediMax is one of the first pioneers in charitable work that always takes initiative to activate the principle of community partnership to serve families affiliated with the Royal Humanitarian Foundation.

CrediMax cardholders are also able to redeem their Thameen loyalty points and “donate” to the Royal Humanitarian Foundation (RHF) through CrediMax Mobile App.

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Category Bahrain News, Business, Finance, Government | 2021/06/01 latest update at 5:00 PM
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