Wed 30-05-2018 15:00 PM
DUBAI, 30th May, 2018 (WAM) — The Emirates Post Group, EPG, in cooperation with the Dubai Police and a team from Group32, distributed iftar meals a light snack including dates and water to motorists and workers to break their fast.
Commenting on the initiative, EPG’s Acting Chief Commercial Officer, Obaid Mohammed Al Qatami, said, “The ‘Goodwill Parcels’ project, in the Year of Zayed, reflects the values that Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, may God rest his soul, instilled by encouraging us to do good deeds and make a positive contribution through selfless volunteering in support of the community. Our aim is to follow his examples of generosity and kindness to make this country better and bring goodness to its people.”
By providing small meals to motorists stuck in traffic and workers on their way to break their fast, accidents from speeding home to make it in time for the sunset call for prayer are avoided.
“This initiative allows us to enhance our relationships and joint cooperation with our strategic partners. The Emirates Post Group extends its appreciation to all the volunteers who participated in making the ‘Goodwill Parcels’ project a success,” he added, expressing his sincere thanks to the Dubai Police, the team from Group32, and the EPG employees.
The two-day initiative was held on 24th and 30th May with the distribution of 2,124 meals.
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