Crowne Plaza Jeddah organises blood donation drive

Qualified donors from hotel guests and employees gathered at the hotel's Crystal Ballroom to participate

Crowne Plaza Jeddah Hotel organised a blood donation campaign.
Crowne Plaza Jeddah Hotel organised a blood donation campaign.

As part of its ongoing social responsibility initiatives, Crowne Plaza Jeddah Hotel organised a blood donation campaign in collaboration with a team from the city's King Abdul-Aziz University Hospital. Qualified donors from hotel guests and employees gathered at the hotel's Crystal Ballroom to participate.

IHG area general manager KSA Jeddah / Yanbu Hotels and Crowne Plaza Jeddah general manager Rafique Izhiman said:"We are extremely grateful for having the opportunity to support this essential life-saving cause.We remain committed to supporting such  humanitarian causes and  extremely pleased with the response from our guests and colleagues for their marvelous response.Transfusion of blood and blood products save millions of lives every year, that also serves to raise awareness for the need for blood donation.  Every blood donor is a hero who helps to save lives."

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