Union Coop Signs Memorandum of Understanding with Dar Al Ber Society
UAE’s largest Consumer Coop signs a Memorandum of Understanding with the charitable trust ‘Dar Al Ber Society’ stating partnership for a noble cause
April 1, 2018 – Dubai, UAE :Union Coop – the largest Consumer Cooperative in the UAE signs a Memorandum of Understanding with ‘Dar Al Ber Society’, thereby establishing a partnership between two entities for charity and humanitarian affairs. This MoU will help either party to develop and strengthen mutual relationship while giving life to the charitable cause.
The MoU was signed by ‘Mr. Suhail Al Bastaki’- Director of Happiness and Marketing Department and Mr. Ayoub Mohammed – Sr. Area Manager from Union Coop and from Dar Al Ber Society Mr. Abdullah Ali bin Zayed Al Falasi – Executive Director, Mr Abdul Azim Mohammed, Technical Advisor, And Abdullah Al Zarouni, Head of Partnerships Section.
Talking about the initiative, Mr Suhail Al Bastaki said, “Union Coop is really keen on supporting strategic partnerships that strengthen community contributions in this year on Zayed. We have signed this Memorandum of Understanding with Dar Al Ber Society, keeping in mind the strategic objectives of both parties and this Year of Zayed, we wish to pay tribute to the legacy of late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan (may God have mercy upon him), the founding father of the United Arab Emirates, by contributing highest level to community service.”
He further added, “The charity aspect of Union Coop is not limited to only this MoU as lately we have been involved in a lot of charity projects. We have offered free space to different charities, enabling them to collect Approx. 39 Million 178K UAE dirham during 2017.”
Mr Abdullah Ali Bin Zayed Al Falasi, Executive Director of Dar Al Bar Association, said: “Union Coop is our strategic partner that works not only locally but also for the national interest in terms of charity and humanitarian work. Together we aim to help the less fortunate and limited income groups by taking care of their food, supply and consumption needs.”
Mr Al Falasi stressed the importance of strategic partnership between Charities and Humanitarian institutions and Consumer Cooperative Societies, for the welfare of limited income groups.