Ramadan 2023: This UAE Mall Plans To Feed 100 Underprivileged People Daily During The Holy Month

Uae Mall to Feed 100 People
by Anupriya Mishra

While most of you might already be busy stocking up on all things new, reading up on recipes, or stocking up on delicious non-perishable snacks, there are few who may have not the privilege to indulge in all these things. But to bring the spirit of the festival to everybody, there’s a mall in the UAE that’s doing something special this Ramadan. Bawabat Al Sharq Mall has erected a Ramadan tent that’ll host 100 underprivileged people every day during Ramadan 2023. Here’s more about this!

Bawabat Al Sharq Mall To Feed 100 Underprivileged People


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As per a report by Khaleej Times, Bawabat Al Sharq Mall has erected a Ramadan tent wherein 100 underprivileged people will be offered warm iftar meals every day during the holy month. In collaboration with the Emirates Red Crescent Authority, they have sponsored the Iftar Saem tent in Baniyas. A glimmer of hope for the less fortunate, this move is to showcase the importance of social solidarity. Doesn’t it sound heartwarming?

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A Host Of Attractions For Families

Abu Dhabi Mall

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Well, that’s certainly not all! The mall management has also admitted to several heartwarming activities for families during Ramadan. Not to mention, the mall will feature several unique experiences between 8 pm & 12 am during Ramadan 2023 and from 4 pm to 10 pm, during Eid. Offering authentic vibes under the theme of Ramadan Nights, one can also expect other activities like popular dance performances.

Besides all this, there’s also a special kids’ area for your lil’ munchkin with exciting surprises. These activities will be perfect for children of varied age groups, such as face painting, henna, and an art & crafts corner. All of these will be set around a mesmerising crescent-shaped tree! Additionally, the tree will also be bedecked with lanterns and other artworks created by children.

Doesn’t it all sound like an absolutely fantastic way to spend Ramadan?

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