Majid Al Futtaim has launched its Ramadan campaign, ‘Make a Difference’ at its shopping malls City Centres Muscat and Qurum in Oman.
Make a Difference will run throughout the Holy Month at City Centres Muscat & Qurum in partnership with Omani non-profit organisation Dar Al Atta’a. The campaign encourages shoppers to donate everyday essentials to families in need. Suitable items like used books and gently used clothes, toys, books and non-perishable food items, which will be collected and donated through the distribution channels of the local charity organisation, warming the hearts of thousands of people.
“Ramadan is all about togetherness, and in the spirit of the season, we invite our valued customers to spend quality time with loved ones within our malls,” says Husam Al Mandhari, senior mall manager at City Centre Muscat. “It’s all part of Majid Al Futtaim’s commitment to giving something back to the communities it serves.”
City Centres Muscat & City Centre Qurum have embraced the holy month of Ramadan with beautiful and traditional themed décor adorning the malls. Also, on the 15th day of Ramadan, the malls will host its annual colourful ‘Qaranqasho’ celebration for visitors, on May 31, which will feature traditional songs and a colourful puppet show.
“Whether seeking Eid gifts for their nearest and dearest or breaking their fast with Iftar at our international dining outlets, City Centre Qurum and City Centre Muscat have much to offer. From philanthropic activities to family-friendly entertainment, it’s about creating great moments for everyone – every day – and bringing people together,” adds Watfa Humaid Al Harthy, senior mall manager at City Centre Qurum.
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