Saudi Fozan signed an agreement with the National Housing Development Organization (Sakan) to provide 178 housing units, valued at $18.1 million, to provide housing solutions to the beneficiaries of the Joodeskan platform.
The program aims to benefit more than 1,000 people in the Eastern Province in Saudi Arabia, in a step that supports achieving the goals of Vision 2030 in empowering the non-profit sector and providing adequate housing for needy families.
Minister of Municipal and Rural Affairs and Housing Majed al-Hogail announced that the national companies give as part of their community initiatives.
Hogail lauded the Fozan program for its societal role in promoting housing stability for the neediest families by donating the project to Joodeskan platform that provides housing units for the beneficiaries included in the al-Fozan Affordable Housing Project.
Joodeskan is under the supervision of the National Housing Development, which aims to support and help needy families in the housing sector.
The platform provides charitable residential donations in a transparent, accurate, and professional manner.
Chairman of the board of Fozan Holding Abdullah bin Abdullatif al-Fozan stressed that this step is a continuation of the program’s role in helping society and meeting its needs in various fields.
Al-Fozan indicated that those in charge of the program believe they have a responsibility towards society, launching and sponsoring initiatives, namely the developmental housing projects that contribute to achieving stability for the beneficiaries and provide sustainable housing solutions for them.
Chairman of the Sakan board Ziad al-Hogail lauded the efforts of members of the Fozan initiative, which is one of the aspects of community partnership and integration between sectors that contributes to improving the services provided to citizens and achieving the goals of Vision 2030 and the Quality of Life Program.