Alturki Brief:

Khalid Ali Alturki & Sons (Alturki) is a leading investment and development company that has been operating in Saudi Arabia since 1975. Its subsidiaries and joint venture companies are focused specifically on the construction and infrastructure, building materials, real-estate, oil field services and renewable energy, information and communication technologies and general industrial sectors in Saudi Arabia and neighboring Arab countries.

Values

Alturki values (PERFORM)

  • P

    assion:

    We take deep personal interest to act purposefully to achieve excellence and success.






  • E

    xcellence:

    We continuously strive to exceed expectations as a habit to achieve the best possible results.





  • R

    espect:

    We respect all our stakeholders and we respect our environment.







  • F

    un:

    We bring fun into our corporate environment,  recognize efforts and celebrate achievements.





  • O

    pennenss:

    We are open to ideas and diversity; we believe that transparency is essential in every aspect our business.




  • R

    eliability:

    We do what we say; we deliver on our promises.








  • M

    eaning:

    We bring meaning to our jobs and link them to the company’s long term goals; and we engage in activities that create value for the society and the environment at large.

vision

CSR Vision:

An inspiring role model for responsible business

Mission

CSR Mission:

To create, develop and support unique initiatives which have a sustainable impact in the field of human development for our circles of influence.

CSR Strategic Goals (ABCD)

  • A

    lign

    Align our processes with the best global standards of CSR.

  • B

    uild

    Build CSR role model within our circles of influence.

  • C

    reate

    Create an internal environment committed to CSR.

  • D

    evelop

    Develop a sustainable platform for CSR initiatives.

Alturki CSR Identity Guidelines

Leadership

  • AbdulAziz AlDulijan

  • Abdullah AlHasabeen

  • Abdullah AlSaeed

  • Ahmed AlHakeem

  • Ahmed Alkhamees

  • Ehab Ismael

  • Hend Mohamed

  • Ihsan Al Kousa

  • Kareem Naamani

  • Mohamed Bekheet

  • Mohamed Gameail

  • Sultan Al-Emari

  • Rami Khashan

  • Ahmed Merghani

CSR Journey

  • 1977
  • 1982
  • 1991
  • 1995
  • 2000
  • 2001
  • 2003
  • 2007
  • 2011
  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014

Founded Dhahran Ahliyya Schools (DAS) as a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing excellence in education in Arabic and English. While serving the local population of the Khobar/Dammam/ Dhahran area, the school also aims at developing best practices, materials, and educators that will contribute to the development of Arab education on a wider scale.

Began service as Trustee at Middlebury College in Vermont, USA. Launched and supported the establishment of a center for teaching Arabic language within the Language Department.

Founded the Educational Book House as a not-for-profit project of publishing books in Arabic about teaching and education and providing training to contribute to the renewal of Arab education.

Began service as Chairman of the Advisory Council at the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University, USA. The Center seeks to foster knowledge of Middle Eastern and Islamic societies and cultures worldwide, not only for its scholarly value but also for its potential in addressing the region's long-standing economic, political and other challenges.

A founding member of the Arab Thought Foundation in Beirut; with a goal to unite intellectual and cultural efforts that seek Arab nations’ solidarity, renaissance and conservation of its values.

Began service as Chairman of the Board of Directors at the Center for the Rehabilitation of the Handicapped in Dammam, Saudi Arabia.

Opened the King Hussein Science Garden in Jordan by partnering with the Jubilee Center for Excellence in Education / King Hussein Foundation. The Garden is a pioneering national project that allows children to observe and experiment the practical applications of complex theoretical concepts in physics, chemistry, math, information technology and other subjects. These applications are simplified and exhibited in friendly outdoor experiments that clarify these concepts, and help school children to bridge the gap between theory and field application

Joined Board of Trustees of the Arab Forum for Environment and Development (AFED), a not-for-profit independent international organization, grouping experts together with the civil society, business community, and media to advance prudent environmental policies and action in the Arab countries

Established CSR Department, choosing Human Development as the objective to focus our social initiatives. As a leading family-owned holding company, we are deeply committed to being an inspiring role model for responsible businesses

Provided startup grant to facilitate Smile Train’s expansion in MENA region along with establishing a treatment program in Egypt for children with cleft palates.

Became the 1st Arab Company to join The Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston, USA. Membership in the Center means being part of a community of more than 400 leading corporations, all uniting rather than competing to make significant strides in the field of corporate citizenship

Founded Endeavor KSA by partnering with Endeavor, a non-profit organization that is credited with pioneering the concept of high-impact entrepreneurship around the world. Endeavor Saudi is one of 18 Endeavor’s affiliates around the world. It selects, mentors and accelerates the best high impact entrepreneurs in Saudi Arabia

Opened the Prince Saud Bin Naif Park which was designed to be a place of inspiration, providing an atmosphere of serenity and tranquility. It was also designed specifically for full accessibility for the disabled. It breaks away from traditional design to facilitate education and learning while promoting individual and collective initiatives that are based on nurturing a culture of development and sustainability.

Launched Alturki CSR website as a tool of engagement with our communities