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جمعية أبشر يا وطن الخيرية
بترخيص من وزارة التنمية الاجتماعية
الرقم الوطني: 2016011215654
تأسس عام 2016 ميلادي انبثاقًا عن مبادرة أبشر يا وطن التي أسسها شباب ريادين من أبناء الشونة الوسطى عام 2012
تحقيق رؤية جلالة الملك عبد الله الثاني ابن الحسين وإبراز دور الشباب في نهضة التنمية الاقتصادية الحقيقية في أفقر مناطق المملكة الأردنية الهاشمية.
• المنطقة الجغرافية
     الأردن
.الهدف الرئيسي .
الارتقاء بالثروة المجتمعية لتحقيق التنمية المستدامة في المناطق الأشد فقراً
• الأهداف الفرعية.
1. التعليم.
2. التمكين الاقتصادي.
3. المساعدات الإنسانية.
4. تأمين وبناء مأوى للفقراء.
  • الإنجازات العامة للجمعية:
 1. تقديم مساعدات إنسانية لـ 5000 أسرة على مستوى المديرية وخارجها.
 2. المشاركة في إنشاء أول متحف علمي في منطقة الشونة.
 3. إقامة مسابقة للمعلمين لدعم التعليم الابتكاري في مراحله داخل منطقة الشونة. 
4. إقامة مقررات عملية توضح مفهوم العمل التطوعي لطالب المدرسة.
 5. تمويل المشاريع الصغيرة للنساء تحت خط الفقر.
 6. بناء قدرة المرأة على التحول من زبون إلى منتج.
 7. إنشاء حدائق تعليمية في أفقر مدرسة الجواصرة الثانوية المختلطة
 8. إصلاح أعداد المساكن غير الصالحة للعيش البشري.
 9. بناء مساكن للفقراء بتكلفة أقل والمساهمة فيها. 
10. إطلاق مبادرة التنمية المناسبة في المناطق الأشد فقراً.
11. اطلاق مشروع تصنيع العلماء بمناسبة عيد ميلاد جلالة الملك عبدالله الثاني ابن الحسين.


أنشطة شهر رمضان المبارك  
1 _ مبادرة كبد رطبة ( توزيع الطرود الغذائية الارامل وذوي الاحتياجات الخاصة في 8 مناطق في لواء الشونة الجنوبية 
 2_ مبادرة الدال على الخير ( توصيل المتبرع للأسرة المعوزة من خلال زيارة ميدانية 
 3- مبادرة افطار صائم ( توزيع المياه والتمور على 5 مساجد في لواء الشونه الجنوبية – توزيع وجبات افطار وسحور على المنازل 
 4- فرحة طفل ( اقامة الإفطارات  الخارجية للأطفال الايتام وذوي الاحتياجات الخاصة والفقراء +كسوة العيد +برامج ترفيهية  
 5- طهارة المال ( لقوله تعالى خذ من اموالهم صدقة تطهرهم وتزكيهم بها ) يتم شراء كسوة للأطفال وتوزيع تبرعات ماليه على الأرامل والمسنين. 
 6- زكاة الفطر .. تحقيقا لسنة نبينا محمد صل الله عليه وسلم ( اغنوهم  عن ذل  السؤال في
  هذا اليوم )( يتم استلام زكاة الفطر التي توزع قبل العيد بيومين حتى صلاة العيد وتوزيعها على الفقراء لإدخال البهجة على صدورهم ..

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