UAE Based brands doing their part to give back after the Lebanon crisis
The UAE is playing a huge part in helping relieve the Lebanese country and its people after what happened, brands are coming up with initiatives to give proceeds to Beirut based NGO’s and we are all for it!
Here are some of the few UAE-based brands that have already set up some type of initiative to give proceeds to the people of Beirut.
Pulled UAE is standing in solidarity with Lebanon, they are donating 100% of their profits to The Lebanese Red Cross from all Deliveroo orders from Thursday 13th August- Thursday 20th August.
In support of the Lebanese Red Cross, Impact Lebanon, and Offre Joie, the Dubai-based apparel and lifestyle brand has dropped a limited-edition pre-order “prosperity” T-shirt. All of the proceeds from the T-shirt will be donated equally to the Lebanese charities to support those affected from the explosion.
On Wednesday August 12th Talabat UAE will be donating 100% of their profits between 12pm-4pm. The initiative is called #LunchForLebanon, all of the donations will go to Lebanon Red Cross through the Red Crescent. If you are considering ordering food, order from Talabat this Wednesday and be part of the initiative!
The premium cleaning service UAE-based company is playing its part in supporting the humanitarian tragedy in Beirut by donating 100% of all bookings proceeds in UAE, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia on Tuesday 11th of August and Wednesday 12th of August. The donations will be made to authorized NGO’s supporting the Lebanese people.
Barrys UAE is hosting the Run for Lebanon initiative where all the proceeds from workout classes they are hosting this coming weekend will be donated to the Lebanon Red Crescent.
The authentic levant kitchen, Bait Maryam, donated 100% of all the proceeds made from orders and sales on Wednesday August 5th.
Ali Chaaban x Nuna Atelier
Noora AL Alawi, creative director of Nuna Atelier, and Saudi-based Lebanese artist, Ali Cha’aban have collaborated to create a T-Shirt titled “4-8-2020.” It pays tribute to all those who lost their lives in the explosion and serves as a token of hope to those fighting for justice. All of the proceeds from this T-shirt will be going to the Lebanese Red Cross.
The Dubai-based apparel label, Talar Nina, will be donating all the proceeds from their Beirut-inspired Liban Tote Bag to Impact Lebanon and the Lebanese Food Bank. The bag was created specifically with the intention of raising funds.
Places to donate:
If you are looking to take it one step further and donate yourself, here are some trusted websites that will help the Lebanese community:
- Impact Lebanon:
- Lebanon Red Cross:
- Lebanese Food Bank:
- Fund Lebanon: