A charity dinner with autism families to make difference in their life

A charity dinner with autism families to make difference in their life
Updated 17 July 2015

A charity dinner with autism families to make difference in their life

A charity dinner with autism families to make difference in their life

RIYADH: The charitable society of autism families, Saudi Arabia, founded by Princess Sameera bint Abdullah to help support the children and families facing autism problem, and Marriott-Riyadh came together to encourage affected children and the families to improve their abilities.
They organized a charity iftar cum dinner on Wednesday with the autism families in order to support children and families.
During the program, the children communicated among themselves and interacted closely with the invitees from the media and charity houses as well as hotel management team volunteering them on the occasion to express their care and greetings.
“We joined hand to encourage such children to improve and develop their abilities which are necessary to survive in the current society,” said Muin Serhan, general manager at the Riyadh Marriott.
“Our care for them is a reflection of the core values that promotes love and trust,” said a volunteer from the society present at the event.
He added that there is a system to govern the care of those with autism in Saudi Arabia.
“We have established a center for autism in Riyadh, invite families every month to talk and develop abilities,” the member representative of the society said.
Notably, these children get special learning from the charitable society of autism families, Saudi Arabia.