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tourismOctober 13, 2020

Wyndham hotels Ajman partners with Al Ihsan Charity


To help the less fortunate people in Ajman, three Wyndham hotels in Ajman have pledged to provide freshly-packed meals to select families supported by the Al Ihsan Charity Association.

The hotels will also place charity boxes at their reception where the guests can voluntarily extend aid through monetary donation. As part of the cooperation, the hotels will lend a hand to the different projects by Al Ihsan Charity Association including clothes and linen donation, hosting day trips for orphans, and ghaf tree planting, to name a few.

A partnership agreement was signed by the hotels in the presence of Sheikh Dr Abdul Aziz Bin Ali Bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, CEO of Al Ihsan Charity Association. The hotels are Ramada Hotel & Suites by Wyndham Ajman, Ramada by Wyndham Beach Hotel Ajman and Wyndham Garden Ajman Corniche.

Ravi Santiago, cluster general manager of Wyndham hotels Ajman, commented: “Our hotels have a long-standing relationship with Al Ihsan Charity Association and we are honoured to work alongside them with the common goal of helping those in need. As the world grapples with the effect of the pandemic, we were able to further reflect on the value of compassion and altruism. We hope that our simple gestures will inspire fellow groups and individuals in Ajman to reach out to less privileged members of the society.”

Dr Haqqi Ibrahim, executive director of Al Ihsan Charity Association, noted: “We thank the Wyndham hotels Ajman for their incessant support throughout the years. Ajman has close-knit community and Al Ihsan is fortunate to have companies who enthusiastically express their intention to help needy families, especially during this period. With our cooperation, we can let them feel that they are not alone and that we will get through all these challenges together.”

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