NBK grant’s Yousef Al Sarraf’s wish to be an actor

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Kuwait City, June 5: National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) continues its “I Dream to Be” initiative, a first-of-a-kind initiative that aims at granting wishes for children with severe illnesses around Kuwait, giving them the chance to live their dreams.

Yousef Al Sarraf, who is undergoing treatment at NBK Hospital, has always dreamt to become an actor and meet his favorite character Mohamad Al Hemely. NBK Public Relations approached Al Hemely whom with his theatre group helped in making Yousef’s dream come true.

NBK’s family arranged for Yousef to attend the “Zombie” show with his family and friends, where he had the chance to share the stage with Al Hemely, sing, dance and entertain.

“Yousef’s dream to perform and act is yet another wish granted through NBK’s initiative “I dream to be”. We are proud to be a part of the children’s wishes and expand our support to them as much as possible to fulfill their dreams.” said Joanne Al Abdul Jaleel, NBK Public Relations Manager.

“I dream to be” initiative is a lifetime experience for children,” she added. “This initiative is a great way to spread joy and show that there’s always a positive side to a difficult situation”.

NBK gives top priority to children through its commitment to its corporate social responsibility. NBK works closely with the Kuwait Association for the Care of Children in Hospitals (KACCH), Bayt Abdullah for the Care of Children in Hospice (BACCH) and several other special needs organizations to maximize its reach to all the children in numerous hospitals and schools through its “I Dream to Be” initiative.

NBK has been at the forefront of supporting Kuwait’s community through a range of initiatives towards education, health, sports and social responsibilities. The establishment of NBK’s Children Hospital stands as one of many ongoing corporate social initiatives towards health and children. “I dream to be” aims at focusing and supporting NBK’s efforts towards children and addressing their needs as much as possible.

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