ENOC Group today announced a number of community initiatives during the Holy Month of Ramadan, which are aimed at promoting inclusivity and spreading the spirit of giving within the community and its employees.
These initiatives aim to benefit more than 400,000 people in need.
As part of the Group’s continued partnership with Beit Al Khair, volunteers will distribute 8,000 iftar meal boxes from ENOC’s Ramadan Iftar Truck during the Holy Month. ENOC’s Ramadan Grocery Truck is also making a return this year and will donate 10,000 grocery boxes, which will be distributed by ENOC employee volunteers. These two initiatives will cover labour camps and residential areas across Dubai in their distribution.
In partnership with Al Ihsan Charity Association, ENOC is supporting its Ramadan Aman campaign (Aftir) aimed at distributing 100,000 iftar meals across the country to underprivileged families in residential areas. Furthermore, ENOC will also distribute date boxes to all motorists driving through ENOC service stations during iftar time.
Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO at ENOC, said,
"During the Holy Month of Ramadan, we aim to bring members of the community and our employees together to take part in initiatives that can positively impact the lives of those in need and encourage the spirit of generosity and compassion. Over the years, we have collaborated with various organisations to support their ongoing initiatives, and this year, we hope to continue creating opportunities for UAE residents to be actively involved in programmes that reflect the values of Ramadan."
ENOC is also collaborating with Beit Al Khair to allow members of the community to make donations for Iftar Saa’em (AED15), Zakat El Fitr (AED25) and Kiswat Eid (AED100) across all ENOC service stations.
In collaboration with Dubai Police, ENOC is providing Kiswat Al Eid for female inmates. Other community activities ENOC will support this Ramadan include Emirates Gas’ partnership with Bait Al Khair to donate free LPG gas cylinders to 1,000 families in need. In partnership with Beit Al Khair, ENOC is also supporting the underprivileged through ‘Malabes’, an initiative that allows ENOC employees to donate old, used and new clothes. New items will be directly distributed after sanitisation and old items will be recycled.
News Source: Emirates News Agency