H.E. Sheikha Wafa Hasher Al Maktoum Launches ‘Art of Giving’ T-Shirts to Benefit Construction Workers

As part of her charitable initiatives, H.E. Sheikha Wafa Hasher Al Maktoum has launched a special collection of T-Shirts to benefit construction workers under the ‘Art of Giving’ project. The cool range of T-Shirts has been designed with road safety signs on the front while the back carries the ‘Art of Giving’ logo. Priced at AED 200 per piece the T-Shirts are available at FN Designs and can be purchased by both individuals and corporate companies. The proceeds generated from the sale of T-Shirts will be donated to construction workers in the form of necessities they may require in their day to day lives such as telephone cards, blankets, shoes, clothes, food or medicines.

Launching the T-Shirts, H.E. Sheikha Wafa Hasher Al Maktoum, stated, “‘Art of Giving’ is all caring and remembering those who are not so fortunate. Our aim is to encourage people to work together for the benefit of our society and show their appreciation for the significant contribution workers make. The T-Shirts will not only bring a little joy to those in need but are also aimed to spread awareness about road safety measures as these people generally work on streets and hazardous sites”.

‘Art of Giving’ is an ongoing project and is headed by H.E. Sheikha Wafa Hasher Al Maktoum. It was launched during Ramadan this year whereby FN Designs had collaborated with Al Maktoum Foundation and Beit Al Khair to carry out a number of charitable initiatives.

H.E. Sheikha Wafa Hasher Al Maktoum is the founder and director of FN Designs. Love and passion for art are the words to describe her. She holds a degree in Business Administration and has a Bachelor’s degree in Arts and Design. Curiosity, creativity and aspirations lie at the heart of her diverse body of work.

About FN Designs

Dubai based FN Designs takes pride in promoting art in the Middle East and making it accessible to all by creating a more design-centric social community within the emirates through innovative and collaborative events. Home to a bevy of young artists, FN Designs was conceived in 2008 by H.H. Sheikha Wafa Hasher Al Maktoum, who is founder and director of the multi-disciplined art and design studio, and is recipient of many prestigious awards including ‘Patrons of the Arts Award’ by His Highness Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai. Conceptual and visual design, illustrations, photography, publication and clothing are among the many

pragmatic and creative solutions offered at the studio.



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