This study aims at shedding light on the concept of philanthropy in its expanded form, which in turn includes relief work in many different social fields; health, environment, education and other important humanitarian fields. The study analyzes many concepts and topics related to charitable work, charitable work and relief work.
The study focused on the historicization of relief and charity work, to reveal the root of the love of good in the human soul at different times and places, values and culture, and religious and religious.
The study concerned conceptual and theoretical framework to distinguish between charitable work and relief work on the other hand, especially with the state of confusion common among these terms and their use in the absence of what is considered in the Arabic literature in particular.
The study focused on shedding light on the history of charity work, the qualitative transfers that accompanied his journey and his development to the institutional form known today, after for centuries it was just an individual work scattered by some people of charity to needy poor.
On the legal level, the study dealt with the vision of the true Islam for charitable work, and its legalization through the Quran verses and the Noble Prophetic Traditions. The origin of Islam is the work of charity as a social responsibility with an afterthought dimension.
In addition to the pioneering Islamic vision of charitable work, the study deepened the role of the Islamic Endowment in supporting charitable work and how the jurisprudence of the Endowment contributed to the creation of a long-standing Islamic civilization that has been a beacon for all mankind for centuries.
The study also tackled the philanthropic role played by charitable work in the development of human societies and raising them to the level of well-being and the desire to live, while emphasizing the position of philanthropy as a third sector between the public and private sectors, all of which participate in the process of economic, social and developmental development in modern countries.
The study focused on the definition of charitable societies, their origins, their roles and their social function, with an analysis of the main obstacles and problems that stand in their way, how to overcome them, and overcome them in order to complete their desired role and achieve the goals of charity work.
The study explained in detail the importance of philanthropic work, both individual and collective, as well as its objectives, which converge with the objectives of philanthropic and developmental work in general. The study stressed the importance of spreading the culture of charitable work in society as a real guarantee for the growth of this strategic sector in contemporary development
The study defined the culture of participation in charitable work as a set of standards, values, behaviors and ethics that urge the individual to do good voluntarily without the need to compel, either with the aim of benefiting or preventing corruption, without obligation or coercion.
The study aimed to analyze the factors that attract volunteers to perform charitable work and to engage in various forms of volunteering. In contrast, the study did not overlook the analysis of the causes of Arab youth’s reluctance to volunteer and charitable work. The study highlighted the roles of the most important official and informal actors in the culture industry and voluntary awareness In Arab and Islamic societies, especially the media, government institutions, educational and educational institutions, and others.
The study highlighted the most important areas in which charitable work and volunteering can affect the use of some statistical and quantitative models of the achievements of some Islamic and Arab charities and official international organizations of achievements in the level of charitable work of all kinds.
Because charitable work is essentially a moral framework, the study is concerned with presenting a range of the most important values and ethics of charitable and voluntary work, in order to provide a comprehensive and comprehensive model of what the philanthropist should be able to do in the absence of coercion, and “free” in the absence of reciprocity, both material and moral.
And because it is characterized by things, the study did not forget to talk about the most obstacles and obstacles, which face the work of charity in all its forms, especially in our Arab and Islamic societies in particular.
The study divided these obstacles and problems into self-obstacles related to the volunteer itself, structural institutional obstacles related to voluntary and charitable organizations, and obstacles related to the community environment, as an effective and interactive framework, which surrounds volunteers and their charitable institutions as well as target groups.
In addition to the importance of the real model in the educational and applied contexts, the study presented a number of the most successful Islamic and Arab institutions in terms of charitable work, as well as a number of successful individual models of some good Arab and Muslim businessmen have had the greatest impact on the promotion of charitable and voluntary work throughout the world, with the aim of drawing inspiration from these experiences, Arab and Islamic, as a duty of time imposed by the current development conditions of our Arab and Islamic societies.
The study also examined the prospects for the development of charitable work through a number of determinants, including: Shari’ah discipline, the orientation towards institutionalizing charitable work and the scientific field of charity; through the preparation of studies and field research required for development, consistent with the priority of planning and creativity in charitable work , In the context of specialization in institutional philanthropy, relief coordination with relevant international organizations, work on localization of charitable work, strengthening partnership between community and relief organizations, continuing training to raise the level of volunteer competencies, legal commitment and financial discipline of charitable organizations, The participation of the community groups in charitable work, especially women
The study recommends the need to increase relief coordination with international organizations, to settle charitable work, to strengthen partnership between society and relief organizations, to train and raise the level of administrative and advocacy capacities, and financial, administrative and legal discipline in charitable institutions.
The study also calls for activating the role of women in charitable work by launching a permanent fund for women to support their role in philanthropy and calling on Arab countries through the ministries of information, education, endowments and social affairs to support the role of women in charitable work through their programs and activities. The partnership between the Arab and Islamic organizations involved in charitable work, which was manifested in supporting and supporting the initiative of empowering women in charitable work launched by the International Islamic Charitable Organization.