7,430kgs of food raised by Movenpick for charity

7,430 'Kilos of Kindness' raised during Ramadan campaign of Movenpick Hotels & Resorts

The 'Kilo of Kindness' campaign ran through Ramadan.
The 'Kilo of Kindness' campaign ran through Ramadan.

More than 15 Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts raised 7,430 kilogrammes of non-perishable foods for charity during Ramadan.

The campaign – entitled #AKiloOfKindness – invited the public to donate supplies at participating hotels from June 6-30 2016.

Donations were received across the Middle East and North Africa, in places like Dubai, Doha, Manama and Ramallah, as well as several destinations within Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia.

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Each Mövenpick property supported a dedicated charity that benefitted from the donated foods collected.

“It has been genuinely heart-warming to see how so many wonderful people respond to the invitation to donate and contribute these necessities to worthy charities. Each item will make a difference and we are very grateful to each and every person who participated,” said Andreas Mattmüller, COO, Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts, Middle East and South Asia.

‘A Kilo of Kindness’ forms part of 'Shine' - Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts’ global corporate social responsibility programme.

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