(MENAFN - Arab News) Al-Tayyar Travel Group (ATG), represented by Al-Tayyar Charity Foundation, has taken a prominent role in the establishment of "Prince Salman Center for Disability Research".
Prince Sultan bin Salman, chairman of the center and Nasser Al-Tayyar, vice-chairman, managing director of Al-Tayyar Travel Group, signed the 10-year agreement.
ATG is keen to support the center and contribute to achieving its objectives of reducing physical and mental disabilities. The aim is to develop a scientific platform for prevention and treatment.
The group has also commented about the efforts of all stakeholders who contributed in the success of such a significant humanitarian project.
Fahd Al-Garboa, CEO of Al-Tayyar Travel Group, added: "The group aims at having diversity and multiplicity for its initiatives through the social responsibility program, which help to develop the Saudi community. Today, we look forward to seeing a better future for this Center by putting an end to these diseases. "
ATG is keen to support humanitarian and social initiatives through their Al-Tayyar Charity Foundation.
ATG will oversee and implement social responsibility programs as they believe the role of private sector is to serve for the best interest of the Kingdom and the welfare of its people.
The Al-Tayyar Charity Foundation will cooperate with several associations and charities supporting the disabled people and needy groups.
Al-Tayyar Travel Group, based in Riyadh, provides travel and tourism services to both individual customers and businesses.
ATG is engaged in 5 key sectors such as travel, tourism, shipping, accommodation, Hajj and Umrah, and many other additional services such as transport, domestic tourism, travel insurance, conferences and meetings.