Xpress Money donates 100 wheelchairs to Valley of Love
Abu Dhabi, October 2013: Xpress Money, the world's most dependable money transfer brand, has donated 100 wheelchairs to Valley of Love, a Dubai-based non-profit voluntary organization providing humanitarian services to the needy since 1998. Mr. Sudhesh Giriyan, Vice-President and Business Head of Xpress Money handed over the wheelchairs to Mr. C.P Mathew, Chief Coordinator of Valley of Love in a private ceremony held at the Xpress Money headquarters in Abu Dhabi.
These 100 wheelchairs donated by Xpress Money will be distributed by the NGO to the needy, through various hospitals in Dubai.
Speaking about this humble gesture, Mr. Sudhesh Giriyan, Vice-President and Business Head, Xpress Money said: "As a responsible corporation, we at Xpress Money realize the importance of giving back to the community that we are a part of. With this contribution, we are once again reinforcing our sensitivity and focus on humanitarian issues and our commitment to actively be involved and address these issues for the betterment of society."
Appreciating Xpress Money for its involvement in noble causes, Mr. C.P Mathew, Chief Coordinator, Valley of Love, said: "What drives us is our mission to be an effective intermediary in social and humanitarian causes and be a helping hand to those who are in need of support across various nationalities. Xpress Money has been associated with us for the last four years and we are indeed honored to have its continuous support which is a reflection of the brand's commitment to the community."
This initiative was a part of Xpress Money's global CSR campaign H.O.P.E which stands for
'Helping Our People and Environment' and focuses on inclusive social intervention and community support programs across the world.
H.O.P.E (Helping Our People and Environment)is a sustainable corporate social initiative by Xpress Money that focuses on three global themes - financial literacy and inclusion, education and relief work. The first phase of the initiative is being implemented in GCC, South Asia, and Asia Pacific with women and school children being the prime beneficiaries.