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L'Oreal Middle East launches Covid-19 relief programme

Essential and personal care products donated to support the ongoing efforts of NGOs and hospitals

L'Oreal Middle East launches Covid-19 relief programme

L'Oréal Middle East has launched a support programme in the UAE to assist the nation's Covid-19 relief efforts.

More than 84,000 essential and personal care products worth AED 4 million have been donated to NGOs and hospitals, with the group also supporting its employees, suppliers and salon partners through a series of initiatives.

Included in the initiative is a partnership with the Emirates Red Crescent to provide more than 58,000 essential care products to communities impacted by the economic crisis that has resulted from the pandemic.

Commenting on its UAE solidarity initiative, Remi Chadapaux, L’Oréal Middle East Managing Director, said: “We want to express our appreciation to all front-line workers who, day after day, put others first to fight the pandemic. We are truly humbled and inspired by their commitment to the common good. We also want to show solidarity to all those individuals and businesses impacted as a result of Covid-19 and do what we can to help them through these challenging times. A crisis such as this requires everyone to work together in support of the wider relief efforts. That is why we have introduced our UAE Solidarity Programme: a set of actionable initiatives that will make a tangible difference to people’s lives.”

Mohammed Abdullah Al Zarooni, Director of the Emirates Red Crescent in Dubai, added: “We are pleased to collaborate with L’Oréal Middle East’s UAE solidarity programme and are grateful for the Group’s ongoing support which helped impacted communities during the crisis. We also recognise the efforts made by our diverse community, both as institutions and individuals, and thank the volunteers who continuously extend unwavering support to our society."

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