Rabdan Academy has collaborated with the Emirates Red Crescent (ERC) to organise an entertainment event - Eidkom-Eidna - for orphaned children at the academy's main campus in Abu Dhabi.

The event was part of the Eid Clothing initiative, which targets orphaned children from low-income families.

The event, attended by dozens of orphaned children officially registered with the ERC, took place during the holy month of Ramadan and aimed to bring joy and happiness to the hearts of children and foster families, while enhancing solidarity and social cohesion, and supporting humanitarian giving in UAE society.

The event featured a Ramadan iftar for children aged 6-12 and their foster families, along with various recreational games, drawing and colouring activities, and Eid preparations for children, including haircuts.

The event featured popular cartoon characters in collaboration with Majid magazine. This allowed for a direct and engaging interaction between kids and their beloved animated friends.

The faculty, staff and students of Rabdan Academy volunteered at the event, adopting a humanitarian gesture to bring joy to orphaned children, and providing aid and assistance to foster families. The event concluded with the distribution of gifts to the children.

This initiative is part of the academy's ongoing community programmes and activities that aim to instil a culture of social responsibility, promote the spirit of solidarity, and enhance social cohesion.