In 2012, the Foundation sponsored the Cultural & Scientific Association
whichhelda ceremonyon theoccasionof the centenaryof Al Ahmadia
School. Al Ahmadia School, popularly known as Umm al Madaares
(Mother of schools), is Dubai’s first and oldest seat of learning built
in 1912. It was built by a group of founding fathers led by the late
Sheikh AhmedMohammed bin Dalmouk. Many of Dubai’swell-known
citizens including members of the royal family as well as prominent
businessmen such as HE Easa Saleh Al Gurg have completed their
primary education there.
Abdulla Al Gurg signing an agreement with ZayedUniversity
Education is the focal point of the Easa Saleh Al Gurg Charity
The Foundation strongly believes that better education offers greater
opportunities tostudentsandalsostrengthens thesocial fabricofsociety.
The Foundation has various collaborationswith educational institutions
and study aids to deserving students.
Projects include scholarships to students of Sharia and Law faculty at
Sharjah University, sponsorship of college students with coordination
with the Council of Educational Welfare & Academic Affairs in Fujairah.
The Foundation has also provided laptops and ipads to deserving
students of Zayed University in Dubai.
Samia Ibrahim, Government RelationsManager of Easa SalehAl GurgGroup receiving an
appreciation certificate from SharjahUniversity