Al-Huffaz founder Haji Mohammad Loqman Al-Hakim Haji Hamdan (L) presenting a souvenir to Permanent Secretary Dato Seri Setia Hj Abd Aziz Orang Kaya Maharaja Lela Hj Yussof during the launching. Image: Waqiuddin Rajak

Islamic education startup Al-Huffaz Management recently launched a funding platform aimed at making Al-Quran classes more accessible to the underprivileged people.

The fund dubbed the Baiti Baitul Quran was established under a partnership between Al-Huffaz, Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam (BIBD) and Community Development Department (JAPEM).

It allows members of the public to make online donations via BIBD mobile banking facilities including telegraphic transfers, and Progresif Pay.

All proceeds will be used to cover Al-Quran and Islamic religious knowledge lesson fees for those who are keen to learn, but could not afford the classes.

Those qualified to receive donations through the initiative include individuals with special needs and other underprivileged persons registered under JAPEM.

Launching the platform at the Royal Brunei Recreational Club recently was the Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Religious Affairs, Dato Seri Setia Hj Abd Aziz Orang Kaya Maharaja Lela Hj Yussof.

The Bruneian | BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN

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