Shoppers donating their used electronic goods. (Supplied Photo)

The Mall has associated with UAE Red Crescent and Meltoo with a wealth of good cause initiatives to mark the holy month of Ramadan and the forthcoming Eid al Fitr celebrations  … reports Asian Lite News.

Shoppers donating their used electronic goods. (Supplied Photo)

Dubai Outlet Mall is marking the holy month of Ramadan and the forthcoming Eid al Fitr celebrations with a wealth of good cause initiatives, as well as extending special promotions and great offers for shoppers. It’s all part of the Ramadan & Eid Carnival, with shoppers able to benefit from extended opening hours too  – from 10am to 12pm every day until Eid, seven days a week.

The Mall has associated with UAE Red Crescent and Meltoo, encouraging shoppers to donate their used clothing and house-hold items and electronic goods, with charity boxes placed in the Mall for easy access.

Benefitting a good cause closer to home, Dubai Outlet Mall, in association with its Food and Beverage retailers will be distributing Iftar boxes to workers of one of labour camps. In addition, the mall has arranged a “Joy Of Eid” initiative in association with “Friends of Cancer Patients” whose patients will be treated to a special day of gifting where Dubai Outlet Mall, along with its retailers, will provide children’s and adults’ outfits perfect for Eid celebrations.  An Iftar meal will also be created and served by some of the F&B outlets, while Uber will lend their transportation services.

Shoppers donating their used electronic goods. (Supplied Photo)

For shoppers, a Shop and Win Campaign is running until June 25th, whereby those who purchase items of AED200 or above, receive a raffle coupon that will entitle them to enter a draw. Prizes include instant cash prizes and gift vouchers worth AED 250,000. Shoppers can also enjoy bargains of up to 90%

In addition to the great prices on offer, bargain hunters can also enjoy a range of fun and engaging activities, including Ramadan paper lantern making, face painting, henna adornments and a Book Fair with children’s favorites offered.

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