News Desk : dhakamirror.com
Summit has pledged grants to Shurer Dhara’s Music for Development (MfD) programme, which aims to integrate underprivileged children into cultural life and to give them hope for the future, said a press release on Sunday.
Summit Power managing director Mozammel Hossain and chairperson of Shurer Dhara Rezwana Choudhury Bannya signed the grant agreement at Summit Centre, Dhaka.
‘At Summit, we deeply believe that children’s access to performing arts, regardless of their backgrounds, will enrich social cohesion. I would like to thank MfD’s esteemed board of trustees, brilliant music teachers, volunteers and children for their endeavour,’ remarked Azeeza Aziz Khan ACCA, director of Summit Group and member, CSR committee.
Summit has been supporting the MfD programme of Shurer Dhara, for over 12 years which integrates performing arts schooling along with regular subjects for the underprivileged children.
Among senior officials, Tibra Ali, volunteer treasurer of MfD; and Summit officials Salim Khan, Karishma Jahan, chief legal counsel; AKM Asadul Alam Siddique, senior general manager; Col Jawad-Ul Islam (retd), senior general manager, admin; and Lt Col Md Abul Kalam Azad (retd), deputy general manager, chairman’s office; were also present at the signing ceremony. – Press release