Gulf Insurance Group-Kuwait Donates to the Kuwait Red Crescent Society in Honor of International Day of Education


Gulf Insurance Group-Kuwait (GIG-Kuwait), the pioneer in providing insurance services in Kuwait, announced the sponsorship of the “Donate for Their Education” campaign, organized by the Kuwait Red Crescent Society. The campaign aims to collect donations to pay school fees for less fortunate children in the Kuwait and cover their education expenses.

The campaign coincides with the International Day of Education, celebrated annually by the UN on January 24, and reflects GIG-Kuwait’s belief in the importance of social responsibility in empowering society. The occasion highlights the role of education in achieving peace and development across the world, as well as the transformation that must take place to ensure the fundamental rights of all people to education and build a more sustainable and peaceful future .

Speaking on this occasion, GIG-Kuwait’s Head of Marketing and Public Relations, Mr. Salman Al-Najadi said, “GIG-Kuwait is proud to support humanitarian and charitable initiatives within the framework of our responsibility towards society. Through such activities, we aim to consolidate the foundations of sustainable development in line with Kuwait’s vision for the year 2035 and to ensure equitable quality education, inclusiveness and the promotion of learning opportunities for all.”

For his part, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Kuwait Red Crescent Society, Dr. Hilal Al-Sayer, expressed his pride in the important role played by Gulf Insurance Group - Kuwait in supporting various relief and humanitarian activities. He also thanked The Group for their continuous support to the association's activities, stressing that the private sector plays a pivotal role in supporting humanitarian and community programs.

Al-Sayer valued this noble initiative from Gulf Insurance Group - Kuwait, noting that it reflects a deep human feeling towards the children of needy families to continue their education and enhances the concept of partnership to support humanitarian work, and that education is one of the priorities that the association seeks to adopt at the local and international levels.

Al-Najadi thanked the organizers of the campaign at the Kuwait Red Crescent Society, saying that it would contribute to alleviating the burden on families in need by supporting the enrollment of their children in schools. He also thanked the UN agencies in Kuwait for highlighting the importance of this day and working to achieve social stability and the creation of educated generations that will lead economic and social advancement.