The Dubai Charity Association is an NGO working in the United Arab Emirates and in neighbouring countries in the region. The Association is involved in the construction and furnishing of mosques and assistance to pilgrims. In addition, the DCA provides emergency aid, and runs a range of food and clothing projects to help people in need. The Association also sponsors orphans and provides school bags to needy children.
In 2009, DCA gave a total of AED 27.2 million ($7.4 million) in grants to 23 countries. Around 83% of funds went to social infrastructure and social services. Some AED 12 million, or 44% of all funding, was spent in the Far East, most notably Indonesia which received AED 8.7 million. Sub-Saharan Africa received around AED 10.3 million, also predominantly directed at social infrastructure.
To lead the provision of humanitarian services and provide the best response to the wishes of donors and the needs of those in need.
To carry out philanthropic and humanitarian activities in the widest possible framework and to ensure the greatest income through the collection of donations and their delivery to the beneficiaries or employment in various charitable projects within the country and to keep up with the emergency humanitarian events within the foundations of legitimacy.
Building mosques and establishing sustainable charitable and humanitarian projects for safe and happy societies.
Attract Zakat funds and deliver them to the most needy people.
Providing services within an innovative management system according to the highest quality standards.
To provide care for orphans through their sponsorship and to create conditions for their proper development.
Establishing the complementary relationship with the good people to develop the charitable endowments and renewable financial resources.