Corporate Social Responsibility

Dur Hospitality Company takes pride in being one of the leaders in the corporate social responsibility field in Saudi Arabia. The basic premise of all the corporate social responsibility initiatives is to utilize the Company’s resources, properties, expertise, and human potential, and direct them to serve the community under the “Athar” brand
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Sponsor An Orphan With Your Old Devices Initiative

In cooperation with the Charity Committee for Orphans Care (Ensan) and Tadweer Recycling Organization, Athar contributed to the initiative of “Sponsor an Orphan with Your Old Devices” by collecting and recycling 520 kilograms of electrical and electronic waste from the company's headquarters and its facilities in Riyadh. 
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Chinese Umrah

Athar in partnership with Calling Chinese Organization, hosted 128 Chinese Muslims, as part of Dur Hospitality's CSR initiatives. They were hosted at Makarem Umm Al Qura Hotel with great care and excellent services  
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Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign

In cooperation with the Diplomatic Quarter General Authority and Zahra Association, the social responsibility committee (Athar) organized the breast cancer awareness campaign “Beyond Pink”, as part of Dur Hospitality’s CSR efforts aiming to support a wider national campaign, promoting the importance of early detection and encouraging women to pursue a healthy lifestyle. Women of all ages enthusiastically participated in the campaign’s various sports and awareness components.
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Blood Donation Campaign

The social responsibility committee (Athar) organized the annual blood donation campaign (Safe a Life, Donate Blood) at Dur Hospitality headquarters, in cooperation with the Ministry of Health. The campaign aims to support the blood bank in King Saud Medical City, and has received 60 donors from Dur Hospitality, Courtyard Marriott Diplomatic Quarter and Riyadh Marriott Hotel Diplomatic Quarter employees.
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Silverware and Glassware Donation

Social Responsibility Committee (Athar) collected 4420 pieces of used kitchenware (chinaware, glassware, silverware and equipment) that is worth 61,000 SAR from Makarem Ajyad Makkah Hotel to charity.
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3rd Linens for Livelihood

For the third year in a row, Social Responsibility Committee (Athar) has collected more than 4200 pieces of linens, towels, bed sheets, pillows, curtains and bath mats from Marriott Riyadh Airport Hotel along with Makarem Ajyad Makkah Hotel, and donated them to charity.
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Down Syndrome Charitable Association (DSCA) Iftar

During the Holy month of Ramadan, Social Responsibly Committee (Athar) invited 100 children from Down Syndrome Charitable Association (DSCA) with their families for Iftar, and hosted them in Crowne Plaza Riyadh Palace Hotel.
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Kiswat Al-Eid

Social Responsibility Committee (Athar) activated “Kiswat Al Eid” initiative to allow all employees to contribute to spreading joy and happiness to the families by donating 122 KG of new and used clothes before Eid Al Fitr.
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Chinese Umrah

Social Responsibility Committee (Athar) in partnership with Calling Chinese Organization, hosted 56 Chinese Muslims, as part of the company’s CSR initiatives. They were hosted at Makarem Al-Bait Hotel with great care and excellent services.
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Orphans Umrah

Social Responsibility Committee (Athar) sponsored the accommodation of 29 orphans from Imam Muhammad bin Saudi Charity Organization in Makarem Ajyad Hotel as a part of the company’s CSR initiatives.
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Orphans Iftar

During Ramadan, Social Responsibility Committee (Athar) hosted 150 orphans from Charity Committee for Orphans Care (Ensan) for Iftar in Dur’s properties in Tabuk, Riyadh, Jeddah and Makkah.
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Mosques Cleaning

A few days prior to the fasting month of Ramadan, Social Responsibility Committee (Athar) cleaned 5 of Diplomatic Quarter’s mosques to welcome the holy month and to ensure that worshippers pray in a clean and comfortable environment.