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Doha Festival City offers iftar meal boxes to community

Doha Festival City offers iftar
meal boxes to community

Tribune News Network
Doha
Doha Festival City, Qatar’s unique, world-class retail, entertainment and dining destination, has collaborated with Qatar Charity and the Traffic Department to distribute 2,000 iftar boxes from IKEA’s restaurant to boost community efforts during Ramadan.
The iftar boxes were distributed among drivers, security guards, retail staff, facilities crew, construction workers and on-road drivers.
The Doha Festival City team delivered the boxes at the mall’s Taxi pick up and drop off area, Al Shamal Road and in the vicinity of Al Khiritiyat area.
The boxes were also distributed across the Qatar Charity Ramadan tents.
Robert Hall, general manager of Doha Festival City, said, “We believe we have a role to play in the community that has chosen us as their preferred destination. That’s why we wanted to recognise the Holy Month of Ramadan and gift the iftar boxes to those who are still working during the iftar hour to break their fast and sustain themselves until they have their iftar with their families and friends.”
Alexey Sitkin, store manager of IKEA Qatar, said, “Caring for the people and the planet is one of the values of IKEA, we strive to engage with the local community and give back in the month of giving. IKEA Restaurant takes role in the Holy Month every year by preparing a healthy and rich meal for those who fast, which reflects the variety and healthy options of the restaurant’s menu during the month.”

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