Posted on: Wednesday 8 August, 2012 6:17
|Xerox Emirates and Make a Wish Foundation UAE Collaborate and Make a Difference
Xerox Emirates, a member of the Mohamed Hareb Al Otaiba group, today revealed “Make a Difference” a campaign initiated on 22nd July 2012 in alliance with The Make-A-Wish Foundation® UAE which will run throughout the holy month of Ramadan. The “Make a Difference” campaign will include donations from employees of Xerox Emirates for the children of The Make-A-Wish Foundation® UAE which will be used toward granting wishes of children with Life-threatening medical conditions.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation® United Arab Emirates is an international non-profit organization with 38 active offices dedicated to fulfilling the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions. All wishes granted by Make-A-Wish Foundation® United Arab Emirates are for the children of the UAE – national and expatriate alike. The Foundation is led by Chairman H.H Sheikha Sheikha Bint Saif Bin Mohammad Al Nahyan and is dedicated to assisting these children and their families by providing an avenue of hope, strength and joy through the fulfillment of special wish.
“Xerox Emirates will be dedicating two ‘Heart giving days’, where employees at Xerox Emirates will visit the children and their families from The Make-A-Wish Foundation® UAE making these children’s wishes come true! ” stated Abeer Safa, Marketing Manager, Xerox Emirates. “At Xerox Emirates, we're focused on making a difference and the way we do this is through the promise we make to our employees, customers, suppliers, shareholders and communities. Our entire organization is increasingly aligned to community engagement and generating positive social impacts and over the next couple of years, our objective is to enhance our support and increase these numbers. We are happy to have this chance to work with The Make-A-Wish Foundation® UAE and thankful to our employees and Xerox Emirates commitment and passion to making a difference in the lives of these children and their families and turning their dream into reality,” concluded Safa.