It’s because of them that our landscaping is perennially green, the streets are forever clean and the community is always safe. And what better time to appreciate their efforts than the season of giving? The Holy Month of Ramadan brought individuals from all echelons of the community closer, dissolving barriers as residents and their families embraced the occasion by showing their gratitude to the community’s service providers.
The ‘Serve our Service Providers’ events in Emirates Living and Arabian Ranches saw families and even children from the community’s schools volunteer in droves. Residents packed bags filled with bread, fruits, juices, laban, and even homemade snacks, that were handed out to the community’s workers.
The smiling volunteers even stepped behind food counters to serve meals for the people who help keep the neighbourhood bright and beautiful – a gesture that touched the hearts of many.
Across all Emaar communities, mosques served free daily Iftar meals. Gardeners, cleaners, MEP and security staff sat down with residents and their families to break their fast and share a meal together. Beit Al Khair boxes located outside community mosques were filled with clothes, while staff from Emaar Community Management offices donated boxes of food for the less fortunate. The streets glowed with decorative lighting, celebrating the sense of brotherhood and generosity of spirit that permeated all corners of the community.