Mohammed bin Salman Snad Program starts giving grants to more than 4,200 newlywed beneficiaries

Riyadh, Mohammed bin Salman Snad Program announced yesterday the start of giving grants up to SR 100 million for the first batch of more than 4,200 beneficiaries of the marriage Snad initiative, one of the initiatives of the Program aimed at supporting newlyweds.

This procedure follows the completion of the verification of the applicants' compliance with the conditions and after receiving the financial awareness course, which will contribute to the realization of the principles of stability and enable them to build their families.

The initiative is one of the initiatives of Mohammed bin Salman Snad Program, which aims to support newlywed citizens.

It is noteworthy that Mohammed bin Salman Snad Program comes from the keenness of His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, to develop the areas of non-profit social initiatives concerning the empowerment of male and female citizens, and contribute to achieving the goals in different areas of life.

The program is based on many societal and non-profit initiatives in partnership and coordination with various bodies, which were previously launched and adopted by HRH Crown Prince, such as supporting charities, releasing prisoners, developing historical mosques and others.

Source: Saudi Press Agency