The Indian High School pledges longterm support to Al Jalila Foundation healthcare programmes
Al Jalila Foundation today announced that The Indian High School in Dubai has pledged AED 500,000 to support its healthcare programmes.
Present at the occasion were Dr Abdulkareem Sultan Al Olama, CEO of Al Jalila Foundation; Mr Sunil Umrao, Honorary Chairman of The Indian High School; Dr Ashok Kumar, CEO of The Indian High School and members of the Management Committee, senior School Leaders and Student Council members of The Indian High School in Dubai.
Dr Abdulkareem Sultan Al Olama said: “We are delighted by the commitment and generosity extended by The Indian High School. This partnership is further testament to the support that the Indian community in Dubai has devoted to Al Jalila Foundation. 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.”
The support from The Indian High School echoes the values of the UAE Year of Giving as announced by His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, to foster and strengthen a sense of social responsibility across the public and private sectors.
Dr Ashok Kumar said: “To commemorate the month of Ramadan and the Year of Giving we have partnered with Al Jalila Foundation to support their healthcare programmes. 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.”
Al Jalila Foundation is a global philanthropic organisation dedicated to transforming lives through medical education and research. It was launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE, to position the UAE at the forefront of medical innovation.
For more information please visit www.aljalilafoundation.ae.