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Translation of the latest news and views from the Iran Newspaper and Media about Charitable Acts

Iranians annually hold Golrizan ceremony in the Muslim holy month of Ramadan

Iranians Make Donations in Golrizan out of Altruism

Iran is a land of philanthropy and benevolence; however, sporadic crimes are seen here and there, from time to time. Iranians hold Golrizan ceremonies to raise donations for inmates of unintentional crimes.

Golrizan Ceremony, a Longstanding Iranian Charity Tradition

Several athletes and artists, including Shahab Hosseini who recently won an award at Cannes, as well as the Vice-President for Women Affairs Shahindokht Mowlaverdi, took part in a major charity appeal event in Tehran.

Leader Makes Donation to Charity Appeal to Free Prisoners

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei made a substantial donation to a charity organization that collects money for the release of needy inmates who have committed crimes without intent.

Swiss President: “After Visiting Mahak, Altruistic Behaviour is Reflected in Iran’s Culture.”

Within minutes, I witnessed how capable Mahak is at helping children deal with cancer. That an NGO should be in charge of such an important issue is self-explanatory. It is easy to see that there is a humanitarian culture in Iran, and it is not just financially manifested.

One Telegram Message Brings 50 People to Hospital

A family member of a patient who was in need of a blood donation in Babol Hospital attracted 50 people with a single Telegram message.

“Walls of kindness” in Sari (PHOTOS)

People hang their excessive clothes on the wall for the poor and needy to collect directly.

World Stars defeats Iran’s All-Star in charity match

The charity match in Tehran was to raise money for MS patients.

An all-star match; Azadi Stadium to go orange on Friday

The greats of the world’s football will play against Iran’s soccer stars on Friday to raise money for MS patients.

Inmates imprisoned for involuntary offenses released in Mashhad (PHOTOS)

Over the past 25 years, 90,000 prisoners found guilty of involuntary offenses have been released.

Selfless teachers who put their students first

To me there is no difference between my children and students; how a father could stay indifferent to his child who is fighting cancer, said Kazem Jafari.

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