In Cooperation with Misr El-Kheir Foundation Beyti Participates in Convoys of 100,000 Egyptian Families Iftar in Eight Governorates


Out of its leading role in serving and developing society and in confirming its continual support of all efforts targeting to alleviate burdens of the most needy families, Beyti announced its participation in the convoys of fasting people’s iftar organized by Misr El-Kheir Foundation with donations reaching to LE 3.5 million that are provided in the form of food products, milk and juices from the company’s products reaching to 1,030,515 packs.

‘Amr Salem, Beyti Human Resources CEO, stated that the convoy will be directly launched to cover the remaining days of Ramadan benefiting 100,000 families representing around 500,000 individuals in eight Egyptian governorates including Cairo, Alexandria, Fayyoum, Minya, Ismailia, Dekheila, Beni-Suef and Gharbiya.

Salem affirmed the importance of entrenching the true meaning of solidarity among individuals and societal institutions, especially in the light of negative ramifications for the spread of COVID-19 virus and its health and economic impacts. He pointed out that Beyti was and will constantly continue to be supportive of all efforts that target alleviation on the most needy families and expanding the base of beneficiaries from these aids and delivering them to the largest number who are worthy of it. In addition, it will constantly continue to seek provision of support, in order to assist in improving the life of individuals and develop and advance society.

It’s worth noting that Beyti launched last month the initiative of supporting the health sector requirements in cooperation with the Ministry of Health and Population to provide the company’s products to all patients, medical staff and employees in quarantine hospitals (Agamy Central one in Alexandria, El-Negelah Central Hospital, Abu-Khalifa Emergency one, Aswan Specialized Hospital, 15th of May Specialized Hospital and Esna Specialized One) and this initiative is continuing till now.