Most people are familiar with the name Hussain Sajwani. This is due to his real estate development business called DAMAC Properties and the extravagant golf resorts he built with Trump Industries. What the majority of people are unaware of is Hussain Sajwani wrote a check for $2 million for the AED to help provide clothing for one million deprived children all over the world. The DAMAC owner is also a philanthropist.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed launched the Ramadan initiative as the Ruler of Dubai and the Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE. As the owner of DAMAC Properties, Hussain Sajwani is the Middle East’s largest real estate developer for private, luxury properties. He showed his support for the efforts of the government of Dubai to elevate the standard of living across the globe. He generous donation of Hussain Sajwani will provide warmth and clothing for well over 50,00o children who need warm clothing.
In an article published by Ideamensch, it says that the DAMAC owner stated these children need the best possible start to their lives. They represent society’s future and it is critically important to make certain they have the right environment. The efforts of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed have always received the support of DAMAC Properties. Hussain Sajwani believes in the importance of improving lives. This is especially true during Ramadan. The Emirates Red Crescent collaborated on the clothing campaign. This humanitarian organization was established in 1983. They have already raised AED 120 million.
According to Bloomberg, the Manager of the UAE Red Crescent is Mohammed Abdullah Alhaj Al Zaroni. He spoke of the generosity of the people of the UAE in helping with the campaign for the children. He said the lives of children throughout the world would improve due to the money received. He additionally mentioned the huge contribution made by Hussain Sajwani (@HussainSajwaniOfficial) of DAMAC Properties. This company is currently in the position of being one of the world’s biggest operators of apartments and hotels. DAQMAC Properties has 8,890 units already completed. An additional 19,136 units are in different stages of completion all over the Middle East. The expectations are the completion of another 5,193 units.