Al Manara, Aqaba hosts CSR activities for Ramadan

The property hosted an iftar for 100 orphans and distributed iftar packs to cab drivers

The property also organised an “interactive iftar” for its associates from various departments across the hotel.
The property also organised an “interactive iftar” for its associates from various departments across the hotel.

Al Manara, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Saraya Aqaba hosted several CSR activities for the holy month of Ramadan, the property announced.

As part of their first activity, the property hosted an iftar for 100 orphans. The children were given gifts and clothes for Eid as part of a collaboration with the “Basmet Shabab Al-Khair” initiative. The property also organised an “interactive iftar” for its associates from various departments across the hotel.

In addition to that, the property also participated in Marriott International’s initiative that serves cab drivers during iftar. As part of the activity, cab drivers were offered complimentary iftar packs, when they drove through the main entrance of the hotel, to break their fast.

Speaking about their CSR activities, the hotel manager of Al Manara Hotel, Pedro Rodriguez said: “It is wonderful to see the spirit of Ramadan in our passionate associates in all our activities during this holy month, as they enjoyed helping orphans and connecting with cabs drivers, that all shows our commitment towards social responsibility activations. We take pride in our continuous efforts not to miss any chance to thank our employees and give a helping hand to the community.”

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