M Hotel Downtown by Millennium hosts World Mental Health Day

The event was held on October 10, 2018

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M Hotel Downtown by Millennium hosted the World Mental Health Day event on October 10, 2018. The event accommodated students from the Special Needs Future Development Centre, which helps promote independence among children and adults with learning difficulties.

The event included photo shoots and numerous games requiring students to use mental and physical abilities and participants were rewarded with giveaways.

Commenting on the event, the hotel’s general manager Cornelia Erhardt said, “The overall objective of World Mental Health Day is to raise awareness of mental health issues around the world, it was an exceptional experience to witness the joy of this program brought to the children of the Special Needs Future Development Centre in Dubai. This gathering reflects our efforts to give back to the community and extend our support to various causes as this is our responsibility towards the society.”

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