Bashir and Mariyam Dawood joined together with the YMCA Project Bridge Youth Centre in Singapore to provide a taste of the fast lane for a select group of fortunate adolescents. Their goal was to assist poor teenagers and youths who were at danger. Today, both Mariyan and bashir dawood are well respected by people.
What did they do?
The duo took a group of fifteen young people to see the Formula One car race that was held at the Singapore Grand Prix at the Marina Bay Street Circuit in person. In addition, the pair spoiled these fortunate adolescents with a jaw-dropping magic performance and a mouth-watering buffet spread that was held in Singapore Club Suite. An experience of a lifetime was enjoyed by all 15 of the participants from the YMCA Project Bridge Youth Centre. They said that it was a night filled with incredible entertainment, delicious food, and speedy automobiles that they would never forget.
Through a variety of educational and enrichment programmes, the YMCA Project Bridge Youth Centre interacts with and reaches out to young people who are at risk, with the goal of encouraging and motivating these individuals to find their highest potentials. By doing so, the organisation works toward the goal of reintegrating the adolescents back into society and assisting the kids in determining their own individual courses of action. Mariyam and Bashir Dawood had the belief that watching the Formula One races would motivate young people to pursue ambitious goals that were yet within their reach.
In the eyes of Bashir and Mariyam Dawood, the Formula One World Championship was more than simply a series of spectacular vehicle races. They were a living embodiment of the power that can be gained from knowledge when used for the greater good. Bashir and Mariyam Dawood said that Formula One brought together in the pursuit of a common objective some of the most creative and inventive brains from a variety of businesses.