Ritz-Carlton continues school partnership

Ritz-Carlton Dubai partners the Al Noor Training Cente for third year

The children of Al Noor Training Centre.
The children of Al Noor Training Centre.

For the third consecutive year, The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai is partnering the Al Noor Training Center, which provides hospitality programs, activities and experiences in support of pioneering community initiatives.

The Al Noor Training Center, which opened its doors in 1981, aims to provide all individuals with special needs the opportunity to realise their potential and integrate into the wider community through professional training and care.

Through the partnership with The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai, Al Noor Training Centre gives the hotel the opportunity to train four children in key hospitality skills. The selected children will spend a full day in the hotel once a month and learn how to mix mocktails, decorate cakes and cookies and also enjoy art and crafting.

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Recently the hotel hosted 25 children from the Al Noor Training Centre for a day of interactive activities. Led by the hotel’s dedicated Community Footprints committee, 30 members spent a full day with the children, within the premises of its newly opened event space at the resort.

“The well-being of children is one of the three pillars of our Community Footprints program, and The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai has always been driven to excel in this field.

“Our ladies and gentlemen have donated their own time in order to fulfill this commitment, facilitate positive change in the lives of these special children and to inspire others to follow their lead," said Raul Salcido, General Manager, The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai.

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