Crowne Plaza Dubai partners with Emirates Down Syndrome Association

The hotel will be displaying paintings made by children of determination

Emirates Down Syndrome Association exhibits paintings made by children of determination at Crowne Plaza Dubai,  with all sale proceeds going to the young artists
Emirates Down Syndrome Association exhibits paintings made by children of determination at Crowne Plaza Dubai, with all sale proceeds going to the young artists

Five-star property Crowne Plaza Dubai will display nine paintings provided by the Emirates Down Syndrome Association in its lobby-level café, Cappuccino’s.

The paintings are on display until 23 July 2019.

Commenting on the initiative, Dani Saleh, general manager, Crowne Plaza Dubai said: “We are glad to be part of this overwhelming collaboration. Our company is committed to ensure that children with special needs receive the support they need. Art will always be the universal language that brings people together.”

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Founded in 2006, the Emirates Down Syndrome Association is a non-profit organisation founded to care for people of determination.

The association provides support, services, and training to the children and their families. The paintings showcased at the Crowne Plaza Dubai, located on Sheikh Zayed Road, are on sale and all proceeds will go to the young artists.

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