Free fuel provided to over 100 low-income households in Ajman

Free fuel provided to over 100 low-income households in Ajman

CAFU has deployed eight fuel trucks for this initiative and over the two days has provided free fuel to over 100 families in Ajman.

CAFU, which is the first on-demand fuel-delivery and car services company in the region, has collaborated with the Al Ihsan Charity Association to provide free fuel to low-income families and individuals in Ajman.

CAFU has deployed eight fuel trucks for this initiative and over the two days has provided free fuel to over 100 families in Ajman.

Rashid Abdullah Ahmed Al Ghurair, founder and CEO of CAFU has said that his company, which believes in going the extra mile to support the needy, is proud to collaborate with Ihsan charity for the purpose.

He said that this initiative falls within the framework of building collaborations to enhance community cohesion and spread a culture of social solidarity.

Free fuel provided to over 100 low-income households in Ajman
4-year-old Arab child dies of suffocation after being left sleeping for 4 hours inside bus in Ajman

Charity's CEO, Sheikh Dr Abdul Aziz Bin Ali Bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, says that there is a need to coordinate with partners to unify the efforts supporting of low-income families and individuals.

Al Nuaimi heaped praises on CAFU's move to support low-income families and individuals and expressed his happiness for the fruitful cooperation with the company to alleviate the burdens of this group of society.

Both entities are scheduled to collaborate for more projects in future.

CAFU is also in collaborating with Dubai Health Authority (DHA) is offering free fuel to frontline workers.

Related Stories

No stories found.
Indians In Gulf
www.indiansingulf.in