Cardiff Blues support Dubai Welsh Society and Ty Hafan
23 October 2012 14:30pm
Cardiff Blues were delighted to support Dubai Welsh Society who presented a cheque for over £6,000 to Ty Hafan at the Arms Park.
The Dubai Welsh Society has proven a focal point for ex patriots in the Emirates for the past 15 years.
The annual St Davids Day Ball raises money for good causes in both the UAE and Wales. The Ty Hafan Children's Hospice, whose patron is HRH Prince Charles the Prince of Wales, was a continued beneficiary last year.
T? Hafan offers comfort, care and support for life-limited children and young people. Dedicated to improving the quality of life for the whole family.
Within the Emirate, Dubai Welsh Society, support the Dubai Center for Special Needs, which is an established, non-profitable institution that provides the highest standards of service in specialized education and therapy for children with various disabilities.
The centre's aim is to give each and every one of their students the best quality of life of which they are able physically, emotionally, socially and academically to achieve.
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