Fairmont Dubai has partnered with Al Noor Training Centre for Persons with Disabilities, with its students transforming the hotel’s white truck into a colourful canvas on wheels - which is set to distribute iftar boxes to the city's labourers.
More than 30 students across 8-25 years of age worked on the activity, and the mission of the "#TogetherMakingADifference" food donation campaign is to give back to the people who help build the city of Dubai.
Fairmont Dubai general manager Ammar Hilal said in a statement: "We can’t thank enough the children of Al Noor Training Centre for Persons with Disabilities for giving us the opportunity to adorn our iftar truck with beautiful hand-prints of colour, drawing smiles on the faces of Dubai’s labourers and spreading joy and happiness in the month of Ramadan."
Aisha, a student from Al Noor Centre, added: "I loved being a part of this colourful morning. It has been so much fun and I look forward to many more events of such kind in the future.”
Al Noor Centre director Isphana Al Khatib commented: "It has been a great pleasure to see our students eagerly joining Fairmont Dubai’s leadership team in the painting activity. This initiative is aligned to our endeavour in empowering our students to participate in activities that positively impact the community and support social causes."