Cricketers win hearts of special needs kids

Al Noor Centre 1
By Jamil Khan | DUBAI

A GROUP of prominent international cricketers and part of the Capricorn Commanders, participating in the ongoing T20 Cricket League in Dubai, visited Al Noor Centre and spent time with children with special needs.
The visit was the first time for key players from Capricorn Commanders including Paul Collingwood, Jeetan Patel, Sunil Joshi, Geraint Jones, Saleem Elahi and Rikki Clarke along with the noted Dubai entrepreneur Parvez Khan, the man at the helm of Pacific Ventures, the company behind many impressive real estate projects in the UAE. The visit was a homecoming to a favourite charity he has supported over the years.
Khan’s Pacific Ventures was instrumental in the refurbishment of the training centre a few years back. “For me it is both a personal mission and a corporate responsibility. I have always believed in giving back to the community…
-Published in The Gulf Today

~ by jamilkhan on February 4, 2016.

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