Steps for Using Dal Ala Alkhair
Qatar Charity provides "Dal" service by taking simple steps to give you an opportunity to promote causes that need help and charitable projects through its various digital services so you can have a share in giving and charity.
While browsing Qatar Charity website or applications, you can easily share donation cases between your acquaintances and friends on various social media sites.
We provide you with a detailed and constantly updated report via your profile including others' posts and donations for the links you have shared, and the total points you have earned.
Every time you succeed in delivering your links to new donors, you will get bonus points, and you will achieve the goal of helping as many people in need as possible.
Qatar Charity regularly launches new seasons and for specified periods in order to allow people to compete in spreading the good. The contestants compete by sharing charitable projects links on different social media sites to encourage others to donate aiming to help the largest possible number of needy people during the season.
The service allows you to contribute to sharing Qatar charity projects via social media, and collect points for every donation that comes through the link that you publish. Track your influence on your profile page. Once you collect enough points, you will be included in the list of honour and given a charity shield. And never forget that "Whoever guides someone to virtue will be rewarded equivalent to him who practices that good action".
Suggested cases for share
Fadel Adamovich is a Bosnian youth, who grew up as an orphan. When he was only 24 years old, he managed to occupy a high professional position at a prestigious institution.
Fadel became an orphan at the age of 1, thus he lived under the difficult conditions, away from his home
The farmland of Awad Abu Khater, 40, a Palestinian citizen from Khan Yunis, has been reclaimed within the framework of Qatar Charity’s economic empowerment projects and he is no longer in need of the social welfare aid, which used to help him feed his family of nine.
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