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Helping Enrich Young Lives

Our benchmark Corporate Social Responsibility programme has enriched the lives of underprivileged young people around the world, supporting health and education initiatives that leave a lasting legacy for generations to come.

TFG's Danny Lubert and Rob Burns brave the North and South Poles for charity

TFG's Danny Lubert and Rob Burns brave the North and South Poles for charity

TFG's Danny Lubert and Rob Burns brave the North and South Poles for charity

During 2015 TFG’s Danny Lubert and Rob Burns braved the extreme conditions of the North Pole to raise awareness for TFG Enriching Young Lives. Never ones to go half way they then returned to the ice in 2017, this time on the other side of the globe to complete the trek to the South Pole.

TFG blood donation drive declared a resounding success

TFG blood donation drive declared a resounding success

TFG blood donation drive declared a resounding success

Dozens of The First Group’s employees have generously donated blood as part of an initiative launched in partnership with Dubai Health Authority’s (DHA) Dubai Blood Donation Centre (DBDC).

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TFG gives children the gift of happiness during Ramadan

The First Group brought smiles to the faces of thousands of children in the UAE and Egypt this Ramadan by giving out boxes full of fun and educational activities.

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TFG-sponsored students honoured in India

TFG-sponsored students honoured in India

TFG-sponsored students honoured in India

Radhika, a young student sponsored by The First Group who is enrolled at the Sandipani Muni School in India’s Uttar Pradesh region, has been awarded a special prize for her academic efforts and for topping her class in terms of attendance and behaviour.

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Food for Life, Vrindavan

The First Group’s Co-Founder and Joint Chairman, Danny Lubert, has witnessed first-hand the positive impact of the company’s charitable efforts to help underprivileged girls who would normally struggle to get any education in their home-town in India. Danny visited Food for Life Vrindavan, a humanitarian aid organisation the company has supported for several years that provides school, clothing, food and medical care for girls from the kindergarten level through to 12th grade.

SOS Children's Village, Abuja

SOS Children's Village, Abuja

SOS Children's Village, Abuja

The First Group team in the Nigerian capital of Abuja threw a funpacked Christmas party for the kids and staff of SOS Children’s Village.

The ‘SOS Holiday Party’ took place at the popular Magicland theme park, was a “remarkable day”, said The First Group's Abuja office manager, Titilayo Olorunshola.

 

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Happy Box, Jordan

Happy Box, Jordan

TFG supports Happy Box’s Happy Hearts programme providing educational opportunities for disadvantaged children

Hundreds of underprivileged children living in Jordan have benefitted from a new charitable initiative sponsored by The First Group.

 

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Latest Charitable Initiatives

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THE FIRST GROUP’S BLOOD...

Dozens of The First Group’s employees have generously donated blood as part of an initiative launched in partnership with Dubai Health Authority’s (DHA) Dubai...

Jan 16, 2018
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THE FIRST GROUP GIVES...

Leading Dubai-based property developer teams up with The Happy Box to deliver school supplies to thousands of young people in the UAE and Egypt The First Group...

May 31, 2016
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ONE OF THE TFG-SPONSORED...

ONE OF THE TFG-SPONSORED STUDENTS HONOURED IN INDIA Radhika, a young student sponsored by The First Group who is enrolled at the Sandipani Muni School in...

Apr 13, 2016
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The First Group heads to...

The First Group joined The First Team ambassador and sporting legend in Lagos to meet the children who will receive lifesaving heart surgery November 2013: The...

Nov 10, 2013
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THE FIRST GROUP’S CHARITABLE...

Company backs Happy Box’s Happy Hearts programme providing educational opportunities for disadvantaged children Hundreds of underprivileged children living in...

Dec 21, 2015