Prime Real Estate Group Lends Support for The World Partnership Walk
Calgary, Alberta – ‘Team-Prime’ lead by captain (and CEO of Prime Real Estate Group) Moiz Bhamani, participated in this year’s World Partnership Walk held on June 8, 2014 at the Prince’s Island Park. The team members included Prime Real Estate Group’s staff and friends and thanks to their effort and commitment the event was a roaring success.
The World Partnership Walk is an initiative organized by the Aga Khan Development Network, which is one of the largest private charitable networks in the world. With a goal of ‘improving the welfare and prospects of people in the developing world and eliminating poverty through improving quality of life,’ the Aga Khan Development Network is changing the lives of countless individuals who need it most.
Prime Real Estate Group has actively partnered with several NGO’s, which also includes the United Way, and Hybrid Baseball to give back not only to the global community, but also to the local areas where they do business –especially at home – in the City of Calgary. So far this year Prime has worked on several campaigns including a partnership with the United Way for financial contributions, which directly went to preparing and feeding over 600 meals for local homeless shelters. Upcoming campaigns include a flagship golf tournament, fence painting, charitable dinners, charitable auctions and several more walks.
Prime’s goal is to donate up to $50,000 and 2000 volunteer hours to the cases that are close to our staff’s and client’s hearts.
We look forward in joining hands with you in ‘building the community together’.
Prime Real Estate Group
The agencies of the AKDN are private, international, non-denominational development organizations. The AKDN work to improve the welfare and prospects of people in the developing world, particularly in Asia and Africa, without regard to faith, origin, or gender. Its programmes are designed to bring a critical mass of economic, social and cultural activities to bear on a given area. AKDN projects encompass many of the determinants of the quality of life, including the natural and built environments in both urban and rural areas, food security, health, education, access to financial services and economic opportunity, as well as the cultural areas of traditional music, architecture and art. Some programmes, such as specific research, education and cultural programmes, span both the developed and developing worlds.