Kuwait Finance House (KFH) organized a visit to Al-Rajaa Private School for children with special needs, where this visit was different than the other visits that KFH has paid to more than 50 years this year, since friendliness and love prevailed for this inseparable segment of the society.
Hessaby account supervisor at KFH Nada Al-Waqayyan and her colleague Noura Al-Yehia represented KFH, where they felt the desire of the students to make achievements to prove to everyone that they are capable of succeeding, despite any obstacles. Al-Weqayyan described the students as smart and analytic, which was evident during their conversations about saving. She went on to explain that KFH has been playing a significant role in supporting people with special needs for more than 30 years, which reveals KFH's awareness regarding its social responsibility towards them. The latest of these projects is building a resort in Al-Zour, which consists of private chalets for the people with special needs to hold entertaining events. KFH attempts to merge this segment of people by making them take part in other activities.
Al-Weqayyan grasped this opportunity to demonstrate KFH's products for young people, such as Baity account for children, and , Hessaby for youths, in addition to highlighting the importance of saving money for the future, which prompted a secondary school student to consider saving money to receive treatment lest her health deteriorates in the future. Al-Weqayyan advised te students to develop their talents, which encouraged on of the students to announce that she wishes to work in the media field, since she enjoys discussing matters with people, despite being on a wheel chair, and hopes that the private sector would assist her.
Moreover, Al-Weqayyan applauded the efforts exerted by the employees of Al-Rajaa School, and stated that Kuwait's continuous support for this segment of the society sets Kuwait apart from many other countries. She asked the society to deal with this group of people in the best way possible, and to assist them to succeed.