Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Dubai hosts two charity events for Ramadan

One of the iftars was hosted for the staff and students of Senses Residential and Day Care Centre for Special Needs

The first iftar was hosted for the staff and students of the Senses Residential and Day Care Centre for Special Needs
The first iftar was hosted for the staff and students of the Senses Residential and Day Care Centre for Special Needs

Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Dubai organised two charitable activities for the holy month of Ramadan.

The first iftar was hosted for the staff and students of the Senses Residential and Day Care Centre for Special Needs. Guests at the iftar also received “special gifts”.

As part of their second event, hotel staff hosted an iftar distribution for workers of a labour camp at Al Quoz.

Speaking about their CSR activities, Binu Varghese, hotel manager said: “Our group, R Hotels, is committed in supporting different philanthropic causes, and Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Dubai is pleased to have an opportunity to share our blessings this Ramadan. We hope that our simple acts of altruism were able to bring joy to the children of determination, as well as express our gratitude to the hardworking labourers for their important contribution to our beloved city.”

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