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Here are the agencies in UAE where you can request for financial assistance

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There are certain charity organizations in the country that actually offer financial assistance during the global Covid-19 pandemic. 

They’ve stepped up efforts in helping residents in need as many residents have been terminated or on a no-work-no-pay scheme. 

Below are the steps and process on how to seek for assistance: 

Dar Al Ber

To seek financial assistance, one must visit www.daralber.ae/helprequest. Due to a huge number of residents who want to avail of the program, the page may not work at times. 

One can reach out by calling +971 4 352 3333 to find out when an applicant can submit the request again. 

Required documents to request for financial assistance, you need to send the following: 

1Passport and residency visa copies

-Emirates ID copies

-Updated salary certificates / non-employment certificate

-Tenancy contract

-Proof of school fees

-Three-month bank statement

Beit Al Khair

To request for financial assistance, one can email info@beitalkhair.org. You also need to provide details of your case, contact information and any supporting documents. 

Sharjah Charity International

To submit a request for financial assistance, you may visit www.shjc.sharjah.ae/Assistance

They offer rent, medical or school fee assistance but you would need to provide the following documents: 

-Detailed message explaining the negative results and your suffering during the current crisis. 

-Copy of the ID cards of all family members and valid visa of the husband and wife. 

-A letter from the sponsor, employer or company confirming that income is stopped with the started date of adjusting/stopping the income. 

-Three-month bank statement. 

-A valid lease contract. 

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