BMW announces Dh1m for flood victims

The donation will be given to a humanitarian organisation operating in the country called CARE.


August 30, 2010

BMW Group Middle East will be donating one million Dirhams to support the victims of the devastating floods in Pakistan.

The donation will be given to a humanitarian organisation operating in the country called Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere (CARE).

The Group has also set up an internal drive across its global employee network to help make it easy to make personal donations.

Managing Director of BMW Group Middle East, Phil Horton has said the Group has made the announcement public to encourage others to donate. Horton also said the world should take responsibility and work collectively to ensure Pakistan's recovery.

COMMENTS (3)

Zulfiqar Haider | 11 years ago | Reply This is a valued contribution and a positive sign that even group of companies are also pouring in aid, apart from the contributions from their governments.
ahsan | 11 years ago | Reply Thats the BMW way...
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