Charity & Fundraising
Dubai Cares    | AEIACAD Permit No. 3482

Dubai Cares, part of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, is a UAE-based global philanthropic organization working towards providing children in developing countries with access to quality education through the design and funding of programs that aim to be integrated, impactful, sustainable and scalable. Education is more than a human right, it is an irrevocable asset. Yet, 124 million children and young adolescents around the world don’t go to school and a further 250 million cannot adequately read and write.'

Education is one of the most effective tools to break the cycle of poverty, a belief held by our founder His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai. It was from this belief and the desire to give children - regardless of their gender, nationality, race or religion - the opportunity to become positive contributors to society, that His Highness established Dubai Cares on September 19, 2007.
(source: Dubai Cares website)

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Raising money for Children's education

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Children's education

Dubai Cares is currently reaching 14 million children worldwide and with your support you can help the organization reach many more. Any donation, big or small, can bring positive change to a child's life. Imagine this, an AED 700 donation can give a child improved access to quality education for a year! If you decide to fundraise for Dubai Cares, you will be giving children the most important gift of all, EDUCATION.

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dnata runs the world

dnata runs the world: On Saturday 28 September, we will run or walk in our respective locations to make up the combined distance of the circumference of the world – 40,075km. The run will begin in Sydney and end in San Francisco and you can cover any distance above one kilometer to help us reach the total distance. This is our chance to make a difference by raising money for causes we are passionate about.


The donations for the different charitable organizations or foundations are administered by: Donations received globally, excluded the United Arab Emirates: Hopatec Ltd., (Company number 9237589), a company incorporated in the United Kingdom, having its offices at 1-4 Argyll Street, London, W1F 7LD, UK. Donations received from within the United Arab Emirates: Hopatec Sports Services LLC, (License number DED 683845), a company incorporated in the United Arab Emirates.
Hopasports is a firm believer that taking care of your own body and mind is the first step towards taking care of others. Donating through Hopasports starts a social revolution, which ignites generosity in others. Whether you are an individual or a sports club, we will ensure that your donation is mentioned on our website. Kindness is infectious - but in a good way! We therefore encourage you to share your kindness and social responsibility through Hopasports, which will ensure that the message spreads far and wide.
No, absolutely not! 100% of the amount you donate goes directly and only to the charitable foundation. We are firm believers in total transparency.
The charitable foundation itself is responsible for administering any transactions made through Hopasports to them. We will ensure that the charitable foundation receives your donation, along with a clear instruction about your choice of charity. This will ensure that your generosity finds the right target.
Yes, of course. On our website you will be able to see the amounts raised for each charitable cause. If you are a registered Hopasports member, you can also view a list of your personal donations on a cool blue thermometer, which is actually a fundraising chart.