Ramada Ajman distributes iftar boxes to residents

The hotel gave away 400 boxes with essentials at Ajman Museum

Ramada Ajman distributes iftar boxes to residents.
Ramada Ajman distributes iftar boxes to residents.

Ramada Hotel & Suites Ajman, in partnership with Ajman Tourism Development Department (ATDD), distributed 400 iftar boxes to underprivileged residents of the emirate.

Held at the Ajman Museum to mark the institution’s anniversary, the hotel team gave away the packed meals with iftar essentials before the breaking of the fast.

Commenting on the event, Ramada Hotel and & Suites Ajman general manager Iftikhar Hamdani said: “Ramadan is a time for altruism and we are honoured to be part of ATDD’s initiative to reach out to our brothers and sister within the Ajman community. Rest assured that they have the full support of our team in the future, especially on activities that promote philanthropy and sustainability, which are beneficial to our beloved emirate.”

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