Al Noor-Family Fun Fair 2012

Keeping in line with its continuous commitment to corporate social responsibility and giving back to society, CSS Group has lent support to the Al Noor Training Centre for Children with Special Needs by volunteering for the Al Noor-Samsung Family Fun Fair 2012, which took place at the Al Noor campus in Al Barsha, Dubai on Friday March 2nd, 2012 from 10am-10pm.

The Al Noor – Samsung Family Fun Fair was honored to have the Royal Patronage of His Highness Sheikh Ahmed Bin Dalmook Bin Juma Al Maktoum, and His Highness Sheikh Rashed Bin Dalmook Bin Juma Al Maktoum.

Isphana Al Khatib, Director of Al Noor Training Centre for Children with Special Needs said, “as we do each year, we have carefully planned and organized the activities for the event with care to ensure the element of fun and entertainment for all ages prevails. With close to 1000 volunteers registering to help in the logistics, we look forward to another exciting and highly successful event.”

Over 50 CSS employees, family members and friends participated for this worthy cause by volunteering their time to help setup and facilitate for various booths, gaming areas, food counters and raffle stations throughout the event.

“The support and team work displayed by the CSS staff, family and friends was outstanding, their positives attitudes and excellent enthusiasm was highly appreciated and I would like to personally thank everyone involved and as well as Al Noor for organizing the Al Noor-Samsung Family Fun Fair 2012, and for allowing CSS to participate.  We look forward to other events throughout the social calendar,” added Amith Horra, Marketing Manager, CSS.

The Al Noor Annual Fun Fair is the second fundraising event of the year that aims to raise a substantial amount of funds to cover a part of the running cost of the Centre and address the Centre’s budget deficit. Al Noor Training Centre for Children with Special Needs has for the past 30 years been providing quality professional training to the special needs community of Dubai. They are a nonprofit organization and currently provide training to 270 children from 31 different nationalities with special needs.