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Nevin Al Sukari - Abu Dhabi - The initiative highlights the spirit of giving without discriminating against anyone.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
As part of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Centre’s mission to honour the memory of the Founding Father, and to reflect its pioneering approach of humanitarian action, the Centre collaborated with the Armed Forces Officers Club & Hotel, the strategic partner of the Centre, on the initiative to distribute 15,000 Iftar meals per day during the holy month of Ramadan, for companies’ staff in labour sites located in different parts of Abu Dhabi.
This initiative translates the Centre’s commitment to social responsibility, represented in embodying the concepts of giving that Zayed instilled in the UAE society.
Iftar meals are prepared following the highest standards of food health and safety, in cooperation with the Armed Forces Officers Club & Hotel, which is a key supporter of this project, and distributed in direct coordination with the Specialised Economic Zones (ZonesCorp), in support for humanitarian efforts and actions taken by the UAE leadership and philanthropic institutions aimed at minimizing the effects of COVID-19 pandemic.
Iftar meals are prepared following the highest standards of food health and safety.
CEO of Armed Forces Officers Club & Hotel Shaikha Al Kaabi, said: “This initiative by the Armed Forces Officers Club & Hotel embodies the images of the humanitarian cooperation to promote the values of coexistence and tolerance in the country, through the preparation and delivery of Iftar meals throughout the holy month of Ramadan, in direct cooperation and coordination with the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Centre, to people of different cultures in a number of labour sites located in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. These efforts revive the values of the founding father Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, who was known for his infinite generosity.”
The Armed Forces Officers Club provides throughout the month of Ramadan 15,000 Iftar meals, prepared by a team that includes 90 chefs and 145 workers, who work around the clock and in shifts, to prepare meals for the day and meals for the following day.
Amal Bamatraf, Director of the Cultural Communication Department at the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Centre, said: “The efforts of the Centre, in coordination with the Armed Forces Officers Club & Hotel, to offer charitable and humanitarian initiatives that promote human understanding among members of society of different cultures, is a reflection of what the founding father of the UAE has established in the society, who never discriminated between cultures.
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