Arab News – The Charitable Society for Marriage and Family Guidance in Jeddah has launched a program to provide assistance to soldiers in various forms as part of their “national duty.” Sultan Ahmed Al-Omari, the president of the society, said the assistance includes loans and information on services to them and employees dedicated for the purpose.
Al-Omari said the service they are providing are less than what the soldiers are doing for the nation.
“The program offers all aspects of support and care for them (soldiers), praying to Allah Almighty to perpetuate the blessings of security and stability on our country, preserve Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman, crown prince and deputy crown prince, our solders, the security and stability of our dear country and its leadership,” he said.
He said the society is happy to receive requests submitted by soldiers to assist them in getting married.
Meanwhile, the organization has organized a mass wedding ceremony under the patronage of Makkah Gov. Prince Khalid Al-Faisal on Wednesday in Jeddah.
Al-Omari said the society is a leading association working with professionalism and innovation to assist the youth or orphans who can’t afford marriage. It also helps in making their married life stable through effective partnerships and teamwork. The society has provided 4,420 men and women with SR20 million to get married, offered 43 training courses on family guidance and helped 1,709 young men and women with soft loans and buying home furniture and gifts for the bride.

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