‘30-for-30’: A Maki Ramadan Initiative

By Laura Duncea

Ramadan, the holiest month in the Muslim calendar. However, fasting is not the only aspect that is observed by followers of this great tradition; philanthropy and altruism are also common. This became Maki’s inspiration for the ‘30-for-30’ initiative. 


Maki is one of Kuwait’s and the region’s most popular innovative, Japanese restaurants that first opened their doors at a small location in Salmiya in 2002. Its charm and ingenuity in the culinary field won over the hearts of many adoring sushi fans.


The ‘30-for-30’ is a beautiful initiative that plans to distribute 30 meals on every day of Ramadan to the less fortunate at co-ops, shopping malls and commercial centers.


Commenting on this project, Joe Hajjali, Maki’s CEO elaborated, “the ‘30-for-30’ initiative is a passionate project for us. It gives us the opportunity to give back to the community in good faith and with philanthropic drive”.


It is always inspiring when people, companies and organizations endeavor to help those less fortunate in a compassionate way that enriches the spirit and motivates others to do the same. It is a thought that may bring a smile on many faces as we celebrate the upcoming Eid Al Fitr.


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