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Samba Donates SR2 Million for the Fundraise to Aid Syrian People | ASHARQ AL-AWSAT English Archive 2005 -2017
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Riyadh – Eisa al-Eisa, Chairman of Samba Capital and Investment Management Company, announced his company donated two million Saudi Riyal for the Saudi popular campaign to provide relief to the Syrian people.

In the press release issued on Thursday, Eisa said that Samba participated in this nationwide campaign for its humanitarian aspect, and as part of the company’s social commitments. He added that Samba is keen to maintain the Islamic teachings of aiding and supporting others in order to alleviate their sufferings.

Eisa continued to say that Syrian people’s tragedies prompted Samba to take this initiative, hoping that it will help them during those times.

The chairman continued in his statement that Samba’s donation reflects the spirits of initiation and support that Saudi Arabia and its people are used to offer under the directions of its wise leadership.

It also shows, according to Eisa, the strong union which links this country with its leadership in good faith and to reach the noble goals in helping humanity.

Eisa valued the role of the Kingdom and all the aid it offered so far whether food, money or other items to meet the needs of the brotherly people of Syria.

The Saudi popular campaign to provide relief to the Syrian people which was ordered to be organized by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz.