UAE athletes pose for photographs along with Sobha Realty officials.
Sobha Realty, the leading premium real estate developer, hosted an iftar for UAE athletes that participated in the Special Olympics World Games Abu Dhabi 2019.
The company’s senior management welcomed the multi-medal-winning team to Sobha Hartland in the heart of Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum City.
Talal Al Hashmi, Managing Director of Special Olympics UAE, said: “We thank Sobha Realty for inviting the Special Olympics UAE team to our annual iftar to honour its achievements during the World Games Abu Dhabi 2019.
“We value such partnerships with the private sector, considering its importance in promoting community awareness about people of determination, and look forward to their integration in all social activities in line with our strategic objectives of creating an inclusive and empowered community.”
PNC Menon, Founder and Chairman of Sobha Realty, said: “It is a true honour to host the UAE Special Olympics team. At Sobha Realty, we seek to foster a culture of empathy and tolerance, and believe that everyone has the right to live with dignity. We are proud to contribute to our country’s vision of an inclusive community that spares no effort in empowering people of determination. We salute the success of the wise UAE leadership in creating a peaceful, pluralistic, and prosperous society.”
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