The Giving Guide: Make an Impact This Ramadan by Supporting These Organisations in Bahrain

Ramadan, while being a time for spiritual reflection is also a period of heightened generosity and giving back to the community. In Bahrain, where traditions and customs intertwine with modernity, there are numerous ways individuals can contribute to charitable causes and make a positive impact during the auspicious month.

A Box of Goodness

This NGO in Bahrain runs an annual Ramadan Food Drive. You can contribute dry food items that will be distributed to families in need during the month from 1 March to 8 April.

Locations: Juffair, Amwaj Island, Saar

Al Sanabel Orphans Care Society

The organisation’s work revolves around child welfare and they run several campaigns and initiatives to which you can contribute.

Contact: 33553535

Bahrain Food Bank

Conserving Bounties is popular for its initiative on curbing food wastage. During Ramadan, volunteers of the organisation collect and package food surplus from various homes and distribute them among families in need. You can donate to the organisation through Talabat or Benefit.

Bahrain Red Crescent Society

Recognised by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Geneva since 14 September 1972, BRCS focuses on alleviating human suffering, providing social services and humanitarian aid, and training volunteers. You can contribute financially or in kind.

Bahrain Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BSPCA)

BSPCA was set up in 1979 by a group of passionate animal lovers. The Society is run by a dedicated group of volunteers and receives no official funding. It depends on the generosity of the public for its funds as well as money generated by the Thrift Shop.

INJAZ Bahrain

INJAZ Bahrain focuses on preparing Bahrain’s youth for jobs of the future, equipping them with financial independence, and cultivating an entrepreneurial mindset. The non-profit was established in 2005 and delivers hands-on, immersive learning experiences with the help of its partners and volunteers.

KAAF Humanitarian

KAAF Humanitarian’s Ramadan initiatives range from printing books to supporting families with food. Other than that, they run a series of campaigns on relief, stability, and development of communities in need.

The Migrant Workers Protection Society

The MWPS’ mission is to protect and raise awareness of expatriate rights. The organisation runs campaigns to address cases of abuse and exploitation of expatriate workers and advocates to government institutions on behalf of expatriate labourers in the Kingdom.

Contact: 17827895

Royal Humanitarian Foundation (RHF)

One of RHF’s primary objectives is to support Bahraini widows and orphaned children who have no means of support. Since 2009, the foundation has also been providing relief aid to the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip.


The organisation has supported thousands of women in the Middle East since its founding in 2016. Shamsaha’s mission is to advocate for women’s empowerment and protection.