ENOC marks Ramadan with socially responsible initiatives that make a difference

430Underlining its commitment to the community, Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) is rolling out a series of charitable initiatives that make a positive difference to the lives of people during the Holy Month of Ramadan.

Saeed Khoory, Chief Executive Officer of ENOC, said: “The season of prayerful contemplation and togetherness, the Holy Month of Ramadan brings us all closer. This is the period when we must highlight our social responsibility by reaching out to all segments of the society to promote social integration.

“Our activities further contribute to the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, to further establish Dubai as a city that cares.”

He added: “ENOC and its subsidiaries will take part in an assortment of activities, which are specifically aimed to make a positive difference in our community. The noble deeds that we undertake during the Holy Month will continue to set the pace of our actions during the coming months.”

One of the headlining activities of ENOC during the Holy Month is its ‘Human Fuel’ campaign to encourage customers to donate funds to support the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) and Dubai Charity Association to address global hunger. Donation boxes will be placed at all service stations enabling motorists to make their contributions. Even a contribution of one dirham can make a huge difference to the lives of the hungry, as the amount can feed a child for an entire day. Those who are interested can also visit a dedicated and secure website at https://wfp.org/enoc to make their donation. The donations will go towards special programmes such as school meals to provide food where it is most needed. A television commercial has been launched to create awareness on the campaign.

The employees of ENOC and its subsidiary companies are actively partnering in the Holy Ramadan activities, especially under the volunteering initiative of ENOC TrabouT. Having already marked the Hag El Lailah celebration for children before the advent of Ramadan, ENOC’s employees are volunteering through visits to senior centres to bring cheer to the elderly.

They are also taking part in the distribution of dates and water to motorists at all service stations, a charity initiative organised in association with Alokozay. The packs will contain dates, water and prayer beads to be distributed for free to motorists at all ENOC/EPPCO service stations 30 minutes before Iftar. ENOC Retail is also distributing 23 donation boxes and charity tables across various service stations to raise funds for Dubai Charity Association.

Now a regular feature of ENOC’s Ramadan activities, the organisation will host the Ramadan Lecture series, in English and Arabic. The Ramadan Lectures by renowned scholars will cover the beliefs, customs and practices related to the Holy Month.

ENOC and its subsidiary companies are also taking part in a number of initiatives to support charitable activities by several leading organisations. To support the Rashid Centre for Disabled, ENOC is raising Zakat Fund. Branded envelopes have been distributed to the employees, who can also make their contributions at a donation box placed at the ENOC Complex in Dubai. In a key charity initiative, ENOC will support the Iftar meal distribution by HH Princess Haya bint Al Hussain Centre on three days at four service stations.

ENOC is supporting Al Ihsan Charity Association on its ‘A Safe Ramadan’ campaign under the theme, ‘A Ramadan without accidents.’ ENOC Volunteers will distribute Iftar packs to drivers who are at red lights, encouraging them to drive safely and not overspeed.

In partnership with Dar Al Ber Society, EMGAS will distribute free LPG refill vouchers to 300 underprivileged families in Dubai, Ajman and Umm Al Quwain. The vouchers entitle the needy families to a free refill of a 22kg LPG cylinder. It will be supported by the ‘Safe Cylinder… Safe Family’ campaign to promote the secure handling and use of gas cylinders. The safety leaflets will be distributed to homes in Ajman and Umm Al Quwain, as well as to motorists at all service stations. EMGAS is also rolling out a TV commercial on Sama Dubai that includes safety tips on safe handling.

The winner of Dubai Chamber’s CSR Label Award, ENOC is committed to supporting the society through a number of initiatives.





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