Bahrain for All & all for Bahrain
The vision of Bahrain for All is to promote the successes of the country and its people. Our event remains an apolitical, non-religious and non-profit initiative. Over the years and through our year-round social work, the initiative has attracted a loyal following within various communities.
“Bahrain for All, All for Bahrain” was conceptualized in 2011. With the support and guidance from the Court of His Royal Highness the Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa we succeeded in organizing the first event in May 2013. The idea was to mobilise different communities in Bahrain to showcase their culture and highlight strength of “unity in diversity” in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
In May 2013 and 2016 we were honoured to be invited for an audience with H.R.H the Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa who commended our efforts. His Royal Highness the Prime Minister was delighted and reiterated the leadership’s stance for Bahrain to remain a free society for all creed, colour, and faiths. For volunteers and participants alike, the meetings were a milestone with our effort and commitment being recognized by the head of government. Indeed, these are meetings that we shall always cherish.
The event is run through sponsorship from the private sector and is a non-profit initiative. Through the communities that participate we have managed to gain media exposure across the Middle East, North Africa, East Africa, Pakistan, India and Asia. Our aim continues to be to reach a wider audience to demystify their misconception of Bahrain and to encourage voices to be heard from the people that call this country their home.
‘Bahrain for All, All for Bahrain’ is a vibrant celebration of gratitude as well as endorsing contribution to the country even during difficult times. In displaying appreciation, it also reinforces the message that despite the challenges the people stand strong and remain loyal to the Kingdom and will continue to contribute to the growth while promoting and respecting the Arab culture.
“Bahrain for All is not just an event anymore – it is now a community-movement”.
To target and keep abreast with our social activities we have launched the following under the umbrella of BHR4All: