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Deyaar launches second part of initiative to help UAE families in need

Deyaar Development has launched the second part of Deyaar Al Khair, an initiative that provides free maintenance services to underprivileged families across the UAE

Saeed Al Qatami, CEO, Deyaar.
Saeed Al Qatami, CEO, Deyaar.

Deyaar Development has launched the second part of Deyaar Al Khair, an initiative that provides free maintenance services to underprivileged families across the UAE.

In renewing its partnership with Beit Al Khair and Dar Al Ber Societies until the end of the year, Deyaar will continue to identify houses across the UAE that need immediate intervention as part of the initiative.

Deyaar Al Khair 2 aims to promote community outreach in support of the Year of Zayed, the developer said in a statement.

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

Deyaar Facilities Management (DFM), a subsidiary of Deyaar Development, will carry out maintenance services in the identified houses, along with volunteers from Deyaar Development’s different departments.

Saeed Al Qatami, CEO, Deyaar, said: “The Year of Zayed initiative highlights the legacy left by the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan.

 “It is a wonderful opportunity to instil his values across the community and honour his achievements, which contributed to the growth of the United Arab Emirates.

“Deyaar Al Khair's first edition was a great success, demonstrating the values of Deyaar and its partners within the local community, as well as encouraging volunteering amongst our team members.”

Saeed Al Qatami added: "Inspired by this, we have continued the initiative this year and expanded the program to provide our services and expertise to those in need. We are keen to help families and boost happiness in line with UAE’s Vision 2021.”

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