United Arab Emirates, Dubai, November 21st, 2023: In line with its continuous effort to introduce substantial changes to people’s lives, Mahzooz has partnered with Dubai Autism Center to sponsor its IT infrastructure as part of its active community outreach program.
Within the framework of this partnership, Mahzooz donated the centre 50 digital tablets aiming at implementing interactive educational tasks as part of the Dubai Autism Center’s upgrade of its digital infrastructure.
Acting as an alternative tool to physical, visual, and pictorial references, these tablets will be utilised by over 50 autistic students, aged between 4 and 21 for a better interactive communication flow with their surroundings.
“We strive to be among the top contributors to modern educational technology in schools that specialize in the education of people of determination in the UAE,” said Suzan Kazzi, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility and Communications at EWINGS, Managing Operator of Mahzooz.
“Digital assets have become an essential component of modern teaching methods, assisting children of determination in their interactivity with the world around them. Acting responsibly as an organization that aims at enhancing people’s lives is at the heart of everything we do, and our growing network of CSR partners is a proof of that” Kazzi added.
In this regard, Joyce Chamoun, Business Development Manager at the Dubai Autism Center said: “We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Mahzooz whose endeavours helped us achieve our planned digital transformation in line with the new strategy of the Centre. With the support of corporations like Mahzooz, we strive to continue to embody our esteemed leaders’ visions, making them a tangible reality, and creating a sustainable future for our children of determination”.
Mahzooz has been an integral long-term partner of many institutions that specialize in the education, training, and rehabilitation of people of determination and had impacted the lives of over 10,000 beneficiaries to date through its active community outreach program.
Founded in 2001, Dubai Autism Center is considered the largest, most innovative, and comprehensive non-profit organization in the United Arab Emirates, serving children with autism spectrum disorders. The centre offers intervention programs for children with autism by following a holistic approach. The Centre also provides information, support, advice, and training to professionals and parents of autistic children, with the goal of improving autism awareness in the UAE.
Mahzooz, which means ‘lucky’ in Arabic, is missioned to change people’s lives not only by offering participants opportunities to win millions every week, but also by creating a positive impact in the society through its active community outreach programme. To date, Mahzooz has created 64 millionaires and has given away over AED 490 million in prize money to over 1,000,000 winners.