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In line with its ongoing Corporate Social Responsibility efforts towards supporting local charitable initiatives, Seef Properties, the leading real estate development company in the Kingdom of Bahrain, donated BD3,000 to Bahrain Deaf Society.
The ceremony was attended by the Chairman of Seef Properties, Mr. EssaNajibi, Board Members, Mr. FuadTaqi and Mrs. Eman Al Murbati, as well as Vice Chairman and CSR Committee Chairman of Seef Properties, Dr. Mustafa Al Sayed, and the Chief Executive Officer of Seef Properties, Mr. Ahmed Yusuf. The donation was received by the Chairman of Bahrain Deaf Society, Mr. Aqeel Hassan, in presence of society member, Mr. HussainJawad.
“We would like to express our sincere gratitude and appreciation to Bahrain Deaf Society for providing care for people with special needs and incorporating them into the society through various social activities,” said the Chairman of Seef Properties, Mr. EssaNajibi.
Mr. Aqeel Hassan also expressed his gratitude towards Seef Properties for the generous donation, which will contribute towardsimproving the quality of services provided at the society.
Seef Properties is committed towards achieving its long term CSR strategy through financially supporting charity organizations in the Kingdom all year round.
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