Sawaed19 signs a cooperation agreement with the Charitable Cultural and Social Society

Nablus – Sawaed19 and the Charitable Cultural and Social Society have signed a cooperation agreement under which Sawaed19 offers intelligent matchmaking service with volunteers, including the preparation of an account for the association, Publishing voluntary initiatives and opportunities, To facilitate the recruitment of volunteers for these opportunities locally and internationally, Facilitate communication with volunteers through the platform, And publish the events of the association.

Sawaed19 was represented by Hiba Awaysa, founder and director of Sawaed19 , The social cultural charity was represented by Mrs. Hala Anabtawi, the president of board of director of CCSS, The meeting included a number of the board members, during which several topics were discussed on ways to cooperate and promote organized volunteer work within the association and identify their needs in this regard.

It is worth mentioning that the social cultural charity was founded in 1945 and turned into an independent stand-alone association in 1994 with humanitarian objectives to serve the local community. The association is working to empower Palestinian women socially, culturally, artistically and healthily. These objectives are achieved by scientific studies that are in line with the demands of society and keep pace with the development of the world.

The association has established several centers supervised by committees of the administrative body to follow up and provide its requirements, namely Dar el Mahaba wl Weam for Elderly, the Center for Food, in addition to the sewing Department, the nursery center, and the fitness center for women.

The aims of the association are to raise the level of women culturally, socially and healthily and raise the professional level of women, to help the poor and needy financially and morally and allocate grants to the university’s reproductive students, and to take care of the children of working mothers.

Browse the association’s website here