Hyde Park Developments Donates EGP7 mn to Support Healthcare and Social Services

Hyde Park Developments Donates EGP7 mn to Support Healthcare and Social Services

In a significant demonstration of corporate social responsibility, Hyde Park Developments donated EGP7 mn in Q1 of 2024, Invest-Gate reports.

The real estate firm collaborated with prominent organizations, including the Magdi Yacoub Heart Foundation, Baheya Foundation, and Misr El-Kheir, to enhance access to medical and social services for marginalized communities.

Throughout Q1 2024, Hyde Park Developments engaged in various charitable initiatives to improve the quality of life for underserved groups. “We are committed to diverse CSR activities to support vulnerable populations,” said Amin Serag, CEO of Hyde Park Developments. “These efforts are crucial for fostering positive societal change and complementing government initiatives to improve service levels.”

A major portion of the EGP7 mn donation went to healthcare services. Hyde Park Developments supported the Magdi Yacoub Heart Foundation’s research center in Cairo, emphasizing the importance of healthcare access. The company also funded 100 chemotherapy sessions through the Baheya Foundation, specializing in early breast cancer detection and treatment. Additionally, Hyde Park hosted 60 cancer patients and their families from the National Cancer Institute for a day of relaxation at Hyde Out.

During Ramadan, Hyde Park Developments took part in multiple initiatives to support needy families. The company’s team and New Cairo Hyde Park residents packed and distributed 1,600 Ramadan bags. In collaboration with the Misr El-Kheir Foundation, they provided daily Iftar meals to a village in Luxor and sponsored a Ramadan tent in Kafr El Sheikh, offering meals to the community.

On Mother’s Day, Hyde Park Developments visited the Al-Saffa Wal Marwa Elderly Care Home, bringing joy to the residents with celebrations and gifts. This gesture underscored the company’s dedication to appreciating and supporting the elderly in the community.


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