Fatafeat unites with The Giving Family for a Ramadan of compassion and giving

Adgully Bureau |
Warner Bros. Discovery's leading Arabic food network, Fatafeat, recently participated in a significant CSR activity in collaboration with The Giving Family. This initiative aimed to distribute 7500 meals to labour camps in Al Quoz, Dubai, providing essential support to the community during the holy month of Ramadan.

Chef Sumaya, renowned for her role in Fatafeat's popular show "Kitchen Tales: Ramadan Edition," and the Fatafeat team, also joined in distributing meals to the labor camps in Al Quoz. Alongside The Giving Family and approximately 100 volunteers, Chef Sumaya contributed to the success of this impactful initiative.

The Giving Family is a renowned volunteer organisation that focuses on giving back to the community and supporting those in need. Founded in March 2022 by Fadie Musallet, Sabrina Rabhi, and Zehra Rizvi, The Giving Family has made significant strides in making a positive difference in people's lives in the U.A.E.

Grigory Lavrov, VP, Marketing, Local Brands & Franchise Management, CEE & MENAT at Warner Bros. Discovery stating, "Social good is an important priority for us at Fatafeat, and we aim to be at the forefront of raising awareness upon social issues our world faces. We’re honoured to partner with The Giving Family as it allows us not only to help our community in need, but also to raise awareness for the great work they are doing. We hope to inspire Fatafeat’s viewers to do something extra for a better tomorrow as well, as everyone can make a difference in the world."

Sumaya Obaid, Kitchen Tales Chef at Fatafeat said: "It is important to me to support individuals and families in need and therefore I was honored to join The Giving Family for a day on behalf of Fatafeat. The Giving Family-team and all the volunteers on the ground showed me that this initiative really helps to create a brighter future for our community, and it felt heartwarming."

The Giving Family has already provided meals to over 150,000 labourers, reflecting the essence of compassion and support during this Ramadan.