By 2030, ADG will be listed amongst the global top 30 wholly-owned family businesses in terms of impactful giving.

We maintain a one-to-one giving ratio; for every dollar distributed as dividend in the earning activities, a corresponding dollar is devoted to impactful giving.

We believe in giving that is effective, strategic and driven by impact and we give without preference for religion, creed or belief. We give because we know there can be a relationship between the capacity to earn and the desire to give, and we believe in strengthening this relationship.



Since our founding in 1962, giving has been at the core of all that we do. Over the years, I am proud to say that we have made the shift toward creating a positive social impact that is measurable.

H.E. Mr. Amr Al-Dabbagh


Club33 is dedicated to empowering the third generation of the Al-Dabbagh family. Members are encouraged to become responsible stakeholders, within their chosen fields, always guided by Omnipreneurship. Club33 offers its members expert coaching and training, professional opportunities, and a clear path to achieve success as accountable and empathic leaders.

Abdullah Al-Dabbagh Foundation

Abdullah Al-Dabbagh Foundation (ADF) supports the extended Al-Dabbagh family members and individuals within the community who need additional help. Its initiatives include health care programmes, art funding, financial aid and family support.

Philanthropy University

In 2015, ADG founded Philanthropy University, a free online education platform that gives non-profit leaders access to courses and funding support to increase their impact. It provides free online courses to those working in the social work sector, to bridge the gap between the knowledge and skills needed to have a positive impact on their communities.

A calming work environment

Our ADG headquarters are infused with beautiful art and there are two reasons for this. We display art for its calming and stress-reducing abilities, while also giving colleagues something to discuss, debate and connect on. Just as importantly, we acquire these art pieces in order to build an endowment so we can continue with our giving activities. Our art benefits our internal ADG community as well as the wider communities within the region and beyond.


Our work so far

We give to many communities, generations and initiatives to ensure our work is as impactful and long lasting as possible. Here are some examples of our work.

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Investing in future generations

Investing in youth education, especially young females, not only contributes to Group-wide goals but is also a manifestation of ADG’s decades-long commitment to creating multi-generational wealth.

IPD – Youth Employment

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Leading change toward net zero and nature positive

Achieving the Group’s ambitions of net zero and nature positive cannot be done by our businesses in isolation. Dukan’s work to lead change and bring its customers with them, is an important part of creating the broader changes needed for us to be able to achieve our ambitions.

Dukan: Responsible Retail

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Encouraging innovative ideas

Achieving our ambitions to be net zero and nature positive by 2030 need Group-wide innovation, internally and externally. The Omnipreneurship Awards are the driving force of this innovation.

Omnipreneurship Awards – Innovation

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Saudi Arabians on the forecourt at Petromin

Saudization is an important part of building a more inclusive business, which helps take Al-Dabbagh Group closer to its 2030 target of being one of the top 30 wholly owned family businesses in terms of contribution to the SDGs.

Petromin Stations: Local Employment