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Deyaar to carry out $135,000 worth of maintenance for residents in need

Deyaar Developments has launched a charity initiative that will carry out around $136,000 (AED500,000) worth of essential maintenance for residents in need

Deyaar signed memorandums of understanding (MoU) with organisations for charity initiative.
Deyaar signed memorandums of understanding (MoU) with organisations for charity initiative.

Deyaar Developments has launched a charity initiative that will carry out around $136,000 (AED500,000) worth of essential maintenance for residents in need.

The initiative will be carried out in partnership with Dubai-based charities Dar Al Ber Society and Beit Al Khair through the company’s subsidiary, Deyaar Facilities Management (DFM).

Deyaar has signed memorandums of understanding (MoU) with organisations to identify a list of houses across the country that need immediate intervention.

The initiative will last until the end of 2017 as part of the UAE’s “Year of Giving” strategy.

Saeed Al Qatami, chief executive officer, Deyaar, said: “Deyaar Al Khair stems from the company's awareness of importance of providing assistance to all segments of the local community through its expertise and services, away from focusing on achieving financial profit only.”

Deyaar Facilities Management will manage maintenance services provided to houses in a number of cities across the country.

Specialised teams from the company will be involved in the operations along with volunteers from Deyaar Development’s different departments.

“Such initiatives play an important role in enhancing the sense of cooperation for both individuals by giving them the opportunity to volunteer and organisations to provide comprehensive services to the community,” Qatami said.

 

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