Handing over housing units to the most needy families as part of the “Good League” initiative – Saudi Arabia News

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The Good Housing platform delivered between the two halves of the Al-Ittihad and Al-Ahly match yesterday evening (Sunday) within the 24th round of the Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Professional Cup League, at King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah, a number of housing for the beneficiaries of the “Jude League” initiative within the second batch of the most needy families. Those who meet the conditions of the platform, in the presence of the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Housing for Developmental Housing, Engineer Ahmed Al-Qaraawi, President of Al-Ittihad Club Anmar Al-Haeli, and Al-Ahly Club President Abdul-Elah Moamina, as well as former Saudi football stars Muhammad Noor and Muhammad Shallia, and the two clubs were also honored for their contribution to serving families and providing housing to her.

The delivery of housing units comes within the framework of the “Joud League” initiative that was launched in the blessed month of Ramadan with the participation of Saudi clubs and their fans to support families most in need by enabling them to obtain housing, in partnership between the Ministries of Sports and Housing. These contributions resulted in providing housing for hundreds of families in all regions of the Kingdom. .

Since its launch, the “Good League” initiative has witnessed wide interaction from all clubs of the Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Professional League, with the participation of club heads and sports fans, while the process of handing over more housing units to families benefiting from the initiative will continue during the next matches of the league.

The last victory and Hilal match witnessed the delivery of the first batch of beneficiaries of the “Jood League” initiative supervised by the “Good Housing” platform, which is one of the initiatives of the National Developmental Housing Foundation, which aims to involve community members in community development programs, and to provide a helping hand to families seeking safety. Residential, according to a controlled mechanism that ensures the delivery of charitable giving to its true recipient.







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