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VIVA supports the Charity Fund for Social Care Homes
October 26, 2014, 1:51 pm
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Adel Mohamed Al Roumi, Chairman of VIVA with H.E. Hind Al-Subaih, Minister of Social Affairs and Labor and Minister of State for Planning and Development

As part of its charitable and social program launched to provide support, and extend a helping hand to various segments to society, VIVA sponsored the Charity Fund for Social Care Homes under the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs.

Adel Mohamed Al Roumi, Chairman of the Board, said: “VIVA’s sponsorship of the Charitable Fund for Social Care Homes stems from its belief in the importance of charitable and humanitarian initiatives. The company will continue to perform its social duty as a major partner in the development of society and provide necessary support to enrich social and philanthropic work and ensure sustainable social development.”

“VIVA will spare no effort to provide support and assist various segments of society, especially the Charitable Fund for Social Care Homes. The Fund’s missions include, among others, meeting the needs of orphans and the physically and mentally disabled, arranging medical team visits to provide care to the elderly, assisting orphans with their integration into society by helping pay for some of their family living expenses,” Al Roumi added.

VIVA reiterates its commitment to being an active member of the local community in Kuwait. As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy, VIVA provided support to various segments of society through innovative social programs and initiatives.  VIVA’s CSR activities can be reviewed on the company’s website at www.viva.com.kw/csr that offers a description of each CSR initiative that VIVA has supported, or taken on since its inception. 
 

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