Grand Millennium Business Bay Dubai rolls out campaign to help orphans

Ramadan campaign encourages guests to donate money on each bill and for every iftar

Proceeds go to SOS Children’s Villages, Gulf Area Office, the international social development organisation that cares for orphaned and abandoned children.
Proceeds go to SOS Children’s Villages, Gulf Area Office, the international social development organisation that cares for orphaned and abandoned children.

Grand Millennium Business Bay, Dubai, recently launched the “Count your blessings with SOS children” campaign to encourage guests and visitors to donate AED 5 (US $1.3) on each bill upon checkout and AED 2 ($0.54) for every Iftar.

The campaign, which runs until the end of Ramadan, aims to help build families and secure a better future for orphans and abandoned children, the hotel said in a statement.

Reportedly, all proceeds go to SOS Children’s Villages, Gulf Area Office, the international social development organisation that cares for orphaned and abandoned children.

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