40 underprivileged children to visit HK Disneyland -
By A Staff Reporter -
MUSCAT — Oman Holdings International Co SAOG (OHI) and Dar al Atta’a have joined hands to send 40 children to visit Disneyland in Hong Kong.
The move is part of their national initiative in commemoration of the 40th Renaissance anniversary of the reign of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos.
The ‘Bring a Smile Campaign’ includes several initiatives that will light up the lives of underprivileged children.
The OHI group has always actively supported charity initiatives and organisations such as Dar Al Atta’a.
The campaign will kick off in July with a series of fun-filled activities for the children.
“40 children will be sent to Disneyland Hong Kong for a week-long vacation. We have identified these 40 children and with OHI’s support, look forward to giving them the holiday of their dreams with Mickey Mouse and all his friends. It will give the children memories to cherish. We sincerely thank OHI for their noble gesture,” says Nada al Jamali, Head of Family Business, Dar Al Atta’a.
Ammar al Saleh, Executive Director, OHI Group said, “This is a landmark year for our country and the people of Oman as this year marks His Majesty’s glorious 40 years of renaissance. We are guided by the vision of our leader, His Majesty Sultan Qaboos, and this is our way of contributing to the welfare of the children who are the future of the nation. We are happy to be able to provide this opportunity partnering with Dar Al Atta’a Association.”
“At OHI our credo is ‘The power of partnerships.’ We truly admire Dar Al Atta’a’s efforts to provide for the less fortunate and are delighted to support this deserving charity that aims to build a brighter future for the underprivileged.
“We believe that the private sector has a role to play in giving back to society and in doing so, support the development march of Oman. OHI is fully committed to ensure the success of all activities planned under the ‘Bring A Smile’ campaign,” says Behram Divecha, CEO, OHI Group of companies.