Indian businessman, Yussuff Ali MA, chairman of Lulu International Group, donated Dh1 million to provide 125,000 meals to communities affected by the outbreak in the UAE.
Yussuff Ali said small measures is the simplest gesture we can do to support the needy in such times. He stated, "These honorable initiatives launched by the wise leadership in the UAE and the UAE's people are remarkably contributing to the fact that we live in the capital of humanity and charitable work in the world."
Union Coop also announced the donation of Dh1 million to provide 125,000 meals to those in need. Khalid Humaid bin Theban, executive chairman of the Union Cooperative said supporting the '10 million meals' campaign complements similar social programmes and initiatives that the hypermarket chain executes all year long.
"Every year, Union Coop allocates efforts to support vital sectors like healthcare, SMEs and people of determination.
The Hussain Sajwani-DAMAC Foundation has also pledged Dh1 million to provide 125,000 meals. Hussain Sajwani, founder and chairman of DAMAC Properties, said, "it's an honor for every entity and company to support the '10 million meals' campaign as it serves the noble cause of beating hunger. The campaign provides a basic life necessity that brings a sense of safety and reassurance to people facing the most uncertain times."
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