Mr. Promoth Manghat, CEO of UAE Exchange, visited Rashid Paediatric Therapy Centre in Dubai, to celebrate the remittance brand’s 35th anniversary with the children with special needs at the centre. He was accompanied by Mr. Varghese Mathew, Country Head, UAE Exchange - UAE, and other senior officials. They were welcomed by Mrs. Maryam Othman, General Manager, Rashid Centre and Mr. Abdul Rahman Tahboub, Media Advisor. The guests toured the facility and spent quality time with the children. As a token of appreciation to the centre’s commendable efforts, UAE Exchange extended a cheque of AED 35,000 towards the welfare of the children.

Mr. Promoth Manghat, CEO, UAE Exchange, handing over the cheque to Mrs. Maryam Othman, General Manager, Rashid Centre

Speaking on the occasion Mr. Promoth Manghat said, “I am touched and humbled by the highly commendable efforts of Rashid Centre under the leadership of Mrs. Maryam Othman. While all of us work towards building a great future, these young citizens of the future get left behind. By slowing down, being there for them, and by holding their hand to include them in our journey, the centre is setting a great example. As a socially conscious brand, UAE Exchange extends a humble contribution towards the welfare of these little gifts of God. Our 35th anniversary celebrations have brightened up further with the presence of these lovely children.”

Mrs. Maryam Othman, General Manager, Rashid Centre, said, “We are happy that UAE Exchange officials chose to celebrate their anniversary with the children at our centre here. Their visit brought joy to our children. We encourage more such participation from such socially conscious corporate entities. We highly appreciate and accept the gift from UAE Exchange and wish the brand all success.”

UAE Exchange, which completes 35 years of its global operations, started its operations in the UAE in 1980. Today it has 140 branches in the country with 16 in Dubai Metro stations. Recently the remittance brand had earned the naming rights for Jebel Ali Metro Station, which was renamed as UAE Exchange Metro Station.