Nirvana Travel & Tourism organises blood donation campaign

The campaign was organised in cooperation with the Blood Bank of Abu Dhabi Health Authority

The campaign was organised in cooperation with the Blood Bank of Abu Dhabi Health Authority
The campaign was organised in cooperation with the Blood Bank of Abu Dhabi Health Authority

Nirvana Travel and Tourism organised a blood donation campaign for all its employees at the company's headquarters in Abu Dhabi's breakwater area.

The campaign was organised in cooperation with the Blood Bank of Abu Dhabi Health Authority.

The company’s CEO of projects and communications, Omar Al Ali said: "This campaign is part of Nirvana Travel and Tourism's efforts to increase its positive contribution to the community and to encourage its employees to practice the culture of giving back to the community.”

He added: "We will certainly continue to carry out such campaigns in the future, in a manner that is aligned with the company's ongoing efforts to promote community service, social responsibility initiatives, philanthropy and voluntary work.”

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