Dubai's RTA to distribute 4,000 Iftar meals daily

RTA will distribute Ramadan charitable supplies to 400 disadvantaged families in Hatta

Dubai Metro.
Dubai Metro.

Dubai's Road and Transport Authority (RTA) will offer free meals to metro and bus riders travelling around Iftar time. 

Gulf News reports, RTA, in partnership with Beit Al Khair Society and the UAE Food Bank, will be giving away up to 4,000 Iftar meals daily through the month of Ramadan at different bus and metro stations.

The release also added that the RTA will distribute Ramadan charitable supplies to 400 disadvantaged families in Hatta and other areas of Dubai.

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"The RTA is holding an array of events during the current month of Ramadan in line with its efforts to keep up with the UAE initiative designating 2017 as The Year of Giving," said Moaza Al Marri, director of marketing and corporate communication, RTA's Corporate Administrative Support Services Sector.

 

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