Central Hotels and UNICEF support children

Central Hotels and UNICEF support children

Central Hotels and UNICEF renewed their partnership to help some of the thousands of children fleeing poverty and  conflict in the Middle East.

“We are committed to support UNICEF ‘s campaign to ‘Make a difference in a child’s life, said

Abdulla AlAbdulla, Chief Operating Officer of Central Hotels and a member of UNICEF Gulf Area Office Leadership Circle of Champions for Children and Young People.

“Every initiative in this journey is a major advance in creating a better future for children by helping them achieve their full potential. We look forward to our collaboration with UNICEF as every life changed is a testament to the difference we can make by working together,” he said.

ElTayeb Adam, UNICEF’s GAO Representative: “We are very grateful to Central Hotels for joining us in our mission. Every child deserves a fair chance to life. By supporting UNICEF, you are not only making a difference to a child’s life today, you are making the difference to children everywhere. Every dollar you donate helps children around the world to grow up healthy, stay protected from harm and to go to school.”

The partnership between Central Hotels and UNICEF began in 2017 and demonstrates how private organisations can contribute to the welfare of the community.  Central Hotels has been working closely with UNICEF to support the organisation’s causes.

The money is raised through an optional 10 dirham surcharge on guests’ bills.

UNICEF has been present in the UAE for more than 40 years. The Leadership Circle of Champions for Children and Young People is a network of UNICEF supporters and advocates committed to advancing the rights of children.

 

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