Wyndham Hotels in Ajman distributes free iftars for two days

More than 800 underprivileged residents received iftars packages

More than 800 underprivileged residents received iftars packages
More than 800 underprivileged residents received iftars packages

The Wyndham Garden Ajman Corniche, Ramada Hotel & Suites by Wyndham Ajman, and Ramada by Wyndham Beach Hotel Ajman, in partnership with Ajman Tourism Development Department (ATDD) and Sheikh Humaid bin Rashid Al Nuaimi Foundation distributed free iftars as part of their CSR activity.

The hotel group distributed free iftars to more than 800 underprivileged residents at the Ajman Museum. This is the second consecutive year that the group is hosting this activity. 

Speaking about the event, Iftikhar Hamdani, general manager, said: “As part of R Hotels group, we have always been active in various philanthropic activities in the UAE, and we will continue to extend our support to the community not just in Ramadan but throughout the year.”


The iftar packages consisted of dates, water, biryani, fruits and juice.

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