Open Day hosted by Disabled Children’s Association
RIYADH, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia — SAP, the world’s largest business software company, is working closely with leading Saudi Arabia charity initiative, Global Goodness, and recently took part in an open day hosted by the Disabled Children’s Association.In a mission to support charities across the Kingdom, SAP has strategically partnered with Global Goodness, a portal where non-profit organisations are offered a secure technology platform for development of income resources (donations), organisation and maintenance of data, as well as help decision makers in their strategic plans. Ahmed Al-Faifi, Managing Director, SAP Saudi Arabia, said: “The Disabled Children’s Association undertakes vital work, and has played a significant role in removing the stigma of disability – not only in Riyadh but also across the entire Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Truly, this is an organization that highlights the importance of community, the power of education and, above all, the inspirational nature of human potential. SAP is full of admiration for everyone contributing to the Association’s work – particularly the students – and is proud to lend its support”.
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