McDonald's "Capacity Building Program for People with Down Syndrome" continues to be successful for the fifth year in a row, with a cheque donation of 66,342 SAR to the DSCA Association.
McDonald's has just completed its ninth campaign to benefit the Capacities Building Program for people with Down syndrome, which is overseen by the DSCA Charitable Association, as part of its ongoing efforts to support the community, which fall under its "Ajyalona" platform.
McDonald's successfully concluded the campaign with a remarkable collection of 66,342 SAR, whereby it dedicated the entire proceeds of the McRoyal Burger sales in all its branches on November 1st to this campaign.
Ms. Layal Al-Essa, as a representative of the company, presented the check to Ms. Nouf Ibrahim, Responsible for Development of Resources for the DSCA Association.
This is the ninth campaign in support of the "Capacities Building Program for People with Down Syndrome" which was launched in 2017 for the implementation of numerous workshops in cities across the kingdom's central, eastern, and northern regions, all overseen by DSCA Association specialists. These efforts have since aimed to empower mothers, families, specialists, and anyone else who works with people who have Down syndrome. Their purpose is to equip them with the most up-to-date methods and information for improving their children’s pronunciation and language skills, among others, so that they will positively affect and improve their quality of life.
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