For Club Maldives, social responsibility involves using the power of sports to unite, work and change our community and country for a better place, for a better future. To achieve this goal, we address social problems and environmental concerns in partnership with individuals, government, non-government and various other organizations.
In this regard, Club Maldives, have incorporated themes in our sports events, to address and assist efforts, in carrying out social activities to raise awareness and promote social wellbeing.
In Club Maldives Cup 2006 we launched ‘Friendship Everywhere’ Campaign in collaboration with participating offices/companies. Objective of the campaign was to enhance the unity between management and staff of participating offices and to enhance cooperation between the participants (organizations).
Help! Quit Smoking
In collaboration with Ministry of Health & Diabetes and Cancer Society of Maldives, we launched anti-smoking campaign during the Club Maldives Cup 2007. The aim was to warn about the consequences of smoking and provide professional guidance to those who are willing and need assistance to quit smoking
In 2008, Club Maldives Cup edition, we promoted national Wake Up Campaign (Anti-drug campaign) in association with National Narcotics Control Board (NNCB).
Save The Shark
In 2009, Club Maldives Promoted ‘Save the Shark’ slogan in association with Ministry of Housing Transport and Environment, Environment Protection Agency, Maldives Fisherman’s, Divers & Tourist Resorts.
The objective is to create awareness among the staffs of government offices/ companies who participate in Club Maldives Cup 2009 and the tournament viewers on conservation of sharks and that have become extinct and endangered.
This campaign was conducted in association with Society for Health Education (SHE). Objective of this campaign was to raise awareness about Thalassemia and encourage prospective brides and grooms to test for thalassemia, before being married and, to stop progression of thalassemia in our society.
Social partner Maldives Police Services Crime Prevention