Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 27 May 2019:
Aswaaq company has provided humanitarian support to more than 40 families of victims of violence and human trafficking and other humanitarian cases at the Dubai Foundation for Women and Children (DFWAC) during the holy month of Ramadan as part of the Wadima program launched by the company in cooperation with the Foundation.
The donations provided by Aswaaq for the cases and their families included vouchers from different branches of Aswaaq to support the Foundation's efforts to provide the necessary care for this group and to bring joy to them during the holy month of Ramadan.
Jawahar Al Dosari, Funding Director at (DFWAC), said that the organization appreciates the great support of ASWAQ, which reflects the company's awareness and responsibility of the private sector in supporting the community.
She added that the partnership between the Dubai Foundation for Women and Children and Aswaaq is a model for corporate social responsibility, The Foundation hopes to replicate with many others and even individuals to support the most needy community groups to serve the stability and cohesion of the UAE community.
Affan Al Khoori, The CEO of Aswaaq Retail Company, said: "The community service is at the top of our priorities. It is an integral part of the company's business policy and one of its main objectives. Aswaaq has developed its philosophy of community responsibility to serve the needs of communities and neighborhoods Where it exists. The company continues to develop and diversify its social responsibility programs to enhance its overall and effective contribution to the community service and improve it in the best possible way.
It’s noteworthy that Aswaaq provides a number of vouchers for victims of violence and human trafficking and is distributed in supermarkets as value cards, in addition to providing in-kind assistance to disabled or difficult living conditions.
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