DUBAI // The Indian High School in Dubai has pledged Dh500,000 to support healthcare programmes run by Al Jalila Foundation.
“This partnership is further testament to the support that the Indian community in Dubai has devoted to the Al Jalila Foundation,” said Abdulkareem Al Olama, chief executive of the foundation, on Wednesday.
“We value their patronage and investment and look forward to seeing the impact of our collective efforts to improve lives through medical education and research,” he said.
The donation is an indication of the community’s commitment to the Year of Giving announced by the President Sheikh Khalifa and aimed at fostering social responsibility across public and private sectors.
“Our contribution is a token of our commitment to support the meaningful work carried out by Al Jalila Foundation. We look forward to making a difference to the lives of people, together,” said Ashok Kumar, chief executive of The Indian High School.