At Galadari Brothers, we understand how important it is to make a difference in the community. We strive to go beyond the call of our duty and ensure that even in the simplest acts of doing good, a lasting impact is made.
Over time, we have encouraged our employees across businesses to contribute countless hours in volunteering programs. And we will continue to create more opportunities to make our society and nation a better place.
Braving the summer heat while waiting in queues, hundreds of office-goers and blue-collar workers of Galadari Brothers Group went out of their way on Monday to take part in the blood donation drive organised by Galadari Trucks and Heavy Equipment (GTHE) in Al Quoz, Dubai.
Khaleej Times has collaborated with the UAE-based No More Bottles to install an organisation-wide drinking water filtration system. Khaleej Times ran a #KTforGood campaign and declared a #WarOnPlastic, encouraging our readers and associates to ditch the plastic menace as much as possible.
Galadari Brothers organized Covid vaccine camp As part of UAE's massive campaign to beat Covid-19, Galadari Brothers Group organized a vaccination camp for its employees and their families on. Hundreds of staff members from the group's companies turned up at the KT head office in Al Quoz for the vaccine. “The health and wellbeing of our employees have always been our priority. This vaccination drive shows the commitment of the Group to provide a safe and happy workplace.” said Mohamed Yahya Kazi (Director & Group CEO, Galadari Brothers Group) At Galadari Brothers, our commitment towards the UAE and the welfare of our communities always comes first.
Hundreds of employees from various entities of the Galadari Brothers Group came forward to donate blood during a campaign organised at the group head office. The 10th edition of the ‘My Blood for My Country’ campaign, conducted in cooperation with the Dubai Health Authority (DHA), saw employees of different nationalities, including Emiratis, British, Syrians, Jordanians, Egyptians, Indians, Pakistanis and Filipinos, take part in the noble drive. Statistics recently issued by the Dubai Health Authority showed that the ‘My Blood for My Country’ campaign has provided nearly 36,000 units of blood in the past nine years, which helped save the lives of 90,000 patients.