du, from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), organised an exclusive visit to support young patients at the Al Jalila Children’s Speciality Hospital. Members of du’s Gender Balance Council and other employees delivered Ramadan and Eid gifts as part of the #KindnessConnectsUs campaign that celebrates the principles and spirit of Ramadan. Emphasising the universal language of kindness throughout the holy month, the campaign encourages people to contribute to the local community and make a positive impact on society.
Speaking on the occasion, Hanan Ahmad, Chief Regulatory Affairs and Risk Officer at du and Chairwoman of du Gender Balance Council, said: “du aims to spread happiness and positivity, especially during Ramadan, which is a time for compassion and generosity. As part of our efforts, we have launched multiple initiatives that encourage du employees to give back to the community and embrace the spirit of Ramadan. The visit coordinated by the Gender Balance Council is one of many activities organised as part of the #KindnessConnectsUs campaign to promote positivity and further strengthen our long-standing partnership with Al Jalila Foundation.”
Al Jalila Children’s Speciality Hospital is the first dedicated children's hospital in the UAE. The visit aimed to bring joy and happiness to the young patients during the holy month of Ramadan. It also reflects du's commitment to giving back to the community and promoting kindness. At the hospital, it was celebratory time for the young patients and their parents who joined the festivities.
“Our hospital is blessed with this visit during the holy month of Ramadan, which bring generosity and compassion to our young patients. Seeing the smiles on their faces and the spark in their eyes is a testament to the healing power of love and community, and we are grateful to our partners who support us in this mission. I would like to thank the du team for their efforts and kind gestures,” said Dr Ibrar Majid, Medical Director at Al Jalila Children’s Specialty Hospital.