Nammos Dubai pledges meals for front liners and those-in-need

RetailME Bureau

Greek beach club, Nammos Dubai has joined the Hope Initiative to support the national effort of those on the frontline and people in need, by providing over 1,000 meals per week during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Nammos was built on the concept of community,” said founder, Samy Ibrahim. “We hope to build a better future and we cannot do it without the caregivers who are mobilised every day to fight against the outbreak and those who have lost their jobs because of it. This is our token of appreciation and a small contribution to their efforts.

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The team at Nammos has been instrumental in supporting the initiative since the beginning of April. They are coming in every day to safely cook and pack food packages along with fresh fruits, drinks and refreshments. The packages are hand delivered to health centres and designated frontline care-givers managed by UAE Food Bank and Dubai Municipality, hosting people who have lost jobs because of COVID-19.

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