Senior officials of Alizz islamic bank visit Al Noor Association

Muscat - 

Alizz islamic bank has begun its local community engagement in Dakhliyah governorate with generous support towards Al Noor Association in Burkat al Mooz.

Salaam bin Said al Shaksy, chief executive officer of alizz islamic bank and other senior executives from the bank planned a surprise visit to the association after the successful launch of alizz islamic bank’s official launch of Nizwa Branch in Firq.

Shaksy said, “I am delighted and humbled to be here today at the Al Noor Association Centre in Dakhliyah. We are very happy to support Al Noor in their efforts to provide the blind and visually impaired individuals for leading independent and enriched lives. Our support further strengthens alizz islamic bank's commitment to help make life better in the local communities where we live and work.”

A short presentation was given by Mohammed bin Udeim al Subaihi, chairman of Al Noor Association branch, Dakhliyah. The association serves the interest of blind and visually impaired in social, economic, welfare, education, health, training, placement and teaching of brail. The centre in Burkat al Mooz represents interests of the blind covering the Dakhliyah region; provide support services in areas of development and social and vocational hence enabling members to live a respectable life in the community.

“We are grateful for alizz islamic bank’s support and look forward to partnering on a long term basis,” said Mohammed bin Odeim al Subaihi, chairman, Al Noor Association. “Alizz islamic bank’s commitment to creating and sustaining vibrant communities through local engagement will help further our mission of bringing volunteers and communities together to improve and enrich the lives of the blind and visually impaired in need.”

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