Sharjah Taxi, affiliated with Sharjah Asset Management Company, Sharjah’s investment arm, distributed 15,000 iftar meals during the holy month of Ramadan, at a rate of 500 meals a day, to Sharjah taxi drivers in the various regions working. in the emirate, to achieve the values of benevolence and giving, in collaboration with the Sharjah Charity Society.
Khalid Al Kindi, CEO of Sharjah Tax, said: “This charity work in the month of goodness is an embodiment of the noble values that the blessed month encourages and to strengthen the societal bonds that spread the spirit of cooperation, belonging and solidarity. among members of society, and to achieve Sharjah Skat’s strategy to achieve its social responsibility and deepen the principle of social and human solidarity among members of society.
Abdullah Sultan bin Khadim, Executive Director of the Sharjah Charity Association, said: “The Iftar project is one of the most important projects in the Ramadan campaign, as it embodies the principles of social solidarity and deepens partnerships between the association and other public and private institutions. . “