Millennium Plaza Hotel hosts breast cancer awareness campaign

The property hosted activities to highlight the importance of awareness and education

As part of the drive, the team members wore pink ribbons to highlight the importance of awareness, education and research
As part of the drive, the team members wore pink ribbons to highlight the importance of awareness, education and research

The Millennium Plaza Hotel organised activities to support the breast cancer awareness campaign during October. As part of the drive, the team members wore pink ribbons to highlight the importance of awareness, education and research.

The property’s GM, Fadi Ammache said: “Our participation in this meaningful campaign was part of our corporate social responsibility initiatives. Awareness of the disease plays a key role in the prevention and fight against breast cancer. Early diagnosis is critical to saving lives. Our aim at the Millennium Plaza Dubai was to spread the word to as many people as possible about this worthy cause by organising and engaging in powerful activities.”

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