Zain, the leading telecommunication company in Kuwait, has been distributing this is over 2000 iftar meals daily since the start of the Holy month of Ramadan. This part of the company's Ramadan campaign and continues support during the month of giving.
Waleed Alkhashti, Corporate Communications and Relations Department Manager at Zain said, "Ramadan presents a special occasion for our organization to communicate and interact with people through our social and charitable programs."
In a press release, Zain announced their readiness to provide a larger number of good quality meals, around 2000 daily, to a large number of fasting individuals across Kuwait. This is the sixth Ramadan campaign organized by Zain.
Alkhashti said, "Because we wish to distribute more meals in a larger geographical footprint we started preparing for the iftar campaign months prior to Ramadan." He added, "Also, this year we have replaced the usual iftar tents with more modern air-conditioned locations. We added a new hall in Salmiya bringing the number of iftar halls that welcome fasting individuals to a total of three - one in Jahra, another one in Jleeb Al-Shuokh and the third one in Salmiya.
Alkhashti added, "The number of individuals who visited Zain's iftar tents in Ramadan in the past year exceeded 30,000. This year we are ready to provide meals for over 60,000 individuals."
This year Zain has prepared for the iftar receptions with the support of a large team of volunteers who contribute daily to the campaign's success. The group of volunteers are divided in three teams who receive fasting individuals and distribute the meals. As part of the Ramadan campaign Zain hosts various charity events in the company's iftar halls. This campaign is part of the organization's growing support for charitable and social-oriented programs. One such program features the distribution of food supplies to families in need. Zain is committed to continuously extend its social outreach and charity initiatives.
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