Deyaar, the region’s leading real estate developer and wholly owned subsidiary of Dubai Islamic Bank, hosted a series of Iftar gatherings for more than 400 physically challenged children in Dubai during the Holy month of Ramadan.
The Iftar gatherings, organised as part of Deyaar’s Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives, were held to support this message from October 10 to 14, 2006 at the Department of Immigration and Residence at the Police Officers Club in Dubai’s Bur Dubai locality.
Isphana Khateeb, Director of Al Noor organisation said: “Al Noor organisation thanks Deyaar for taking time and effort to hold the Iftar gatherings for special needs children. This kind and thoughtful gesture gave all children the opportunity to mingle socially and make new friends. Our children enjoyed themselves immensely at the Iftar Deyaar organised and were particularly happy with their Eid gifts.”
Nasser Al Dabal, Head of Investments and Business Development, Deyaar said: “The Iftar programme formed a part of Deyaar’s efforts to help special needs children lead an independent and functional life. Our initiative reflects the importance of humanitarian values in Deyaar’s corporate philosophy and enables us to share our commitment towards the enhancement of the community we belong to.”
Deyaar is reputed for its world-class residential and commercial projects that offer high returns to investors and bring guaranteed value to end-users.
Deyaar is behind a slew of projects that are being built or are being planned in the UAE, Lebanon, Turkey, Egypt and Sudan. In the UAE, Deyaar has significant residential, commercial and freehold projects in New Dubai, the Business Bay, the TECOM free zone, the Dubai Financial Centre and in Sharjah.
The company also manages more than 16,000 residential and commercial units across 700 buildings in the UAE that generate over AED 300 million of rental income for property holders. It also provides leasing, maintenance and brokerage services for residential and commercial properties.