Al Mouj Muscat support 6th Annual Golf Fore Autism Corporate Charity Golf Day
More than OMR 83,000 has been raised by Golf Fore Autism in partnership with the Association of Early Intervention for Children with Disability over the past six years
Muscat, Oman, November 19, 2019: Al Mouj Muscat, a public-private venture between Omran, Tanmia and the UAE-based Majid Al Futtaim Properties, supported Golf Fore Autism for the sixth consecutive year. The annual corporate charity golf day was facilitated by the Association of Early Intervention for Children with Disability with Over 50 companies and individuals contributed through sponsorship, donation of prizes, auction items as well as other contributions throughout the day.
The fund-raising event was held at the award-winning Al Mouj Golf with all of its team contributing to the quality and success of the day, whilst also providing a platform that increases awareness about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Funds from the event contribute to education and quality of life opportunities for children, adults, parents and caregivers impacted by Autism.
“Encouraging education and developing life skills is essential for all members of society and will remain a key focus area for us at Al Mouj Muscat,” said Nasser bin Masoud Al Sheibani, CEO of Al Mouj Muscat. “Golf Fore Autism raised OMR15,150 this year and more than OMR 68,000 over the past five years, and we are proud to support awareness and education for members of our extended community on the autism spectrum.”
Funds raised by Golf Fore Autism enable the Association of Early Intervention for Children with Disability to organise workshops, programmes and a range of support services to the rising numbers of children in Oman with ASD.
“Having the support of Al Mouj Muscat is extremely important as this helps us to in turn provide the early intervention and support to our children and community, said Dr. Sabah Al Bahlani, CEO of the Association of Early Intervention for Children with Disability. “We believe that this fund-raising event will amplify our efforts and help us generate more awareness and support for children with ASD,” Al Bahlani added.
Supported by Dr. Sabah Al Bahlani, the CEO, and the board of the Association of Early Intervention for Children with Disability, the organization continues to enable children and others impacted by ASD in Oman to lead fulfilling lives in communities that understand and care for them.