Xpress Money, the world’s most dependable money transfer brand,as a part of its global CSR programme,H.O.P.E,has pledged its support for Special Needs Future Development Center (SNF), as part of the upcoming Dubai Marathon 2015. SNF is an organization that has been tirelessly working towards supporting adults with special needs, and runs a center in Dubai where they provide special needs training programmes that cover various life skills.
10 Xpress Money employees will be running the 10 km race this Friday to support the center and the people that it serves. All proceeds from the run will be donated to SNF,which will help over 160 families under the SNF umbrella.
Mr. Sudhesh Giriyan, COO, Xpress Money said “Under the H.O.P.E initiative, we have committed ourselves to support social initiatives that make a difference in the lives of the underprivileged and our participation in Dubai Marathon 2015 is yet another instance of our cause oriented approach to the community. We areglad to be part of Dubai Marathon, which has given us an opportunity to uphold the cause of special needs community.”
He said that under H.O.P.E, Xpress Money has extended its helping hand to natural calamities, causes and issues that need support across the world.
“It is a privilege for us to commit to the SNF Center and partner with them through our humble gesture. We also take this opportunity to convey our respect and admiration of SNF for the work they are doing for people and community,” Mr. Giriyan added.
Xpress Money employees recently visited the SNF center to extend their support and spent time interacting with students and teachers to understand their challenges better.Xpress Money has been associated with the SNF Group formed by Mrs. Safia Bari previously and has done various sponsorships in the past.
H.O.P.E is a sustainable corporate social initiative by Xpress Money that focuses on three global themes –financial literacy and inclusion, education and relief work. H.O.P.E is a convergence platform for all the humanitarian endeavours they roll out across global markets mainly in countries like Philippines, Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, Indonesia, Nepal and Sri Lanka.