hellofood Partners With Tkiyet Um Ali To Enable Users Donate Food Online
hellofood, the leading online food delivery marketplace in the Middle East, has partnered with Tkiyet Um Ali this Ramadan to encourage its users to feed families in need.
Under its “hellofood, hello happiness” campaign, the online food delivery portal offers users an innovative way to donate online while ordering food with a simple click.
The online delivery portal offers a selection of food parcels varying in price and size to feed families of 10, 7, 5 or 2 members for a whole month. It also offers users to buy a meal to feed one fasting person in need.
Managing Director Beschir Hussain says “As a leader in the field of online food delivery, hellofood leads by example through enabling its customers to help those in need in this blessed month, using their computers or smartphones at anytime and from anywhere to spread happiness among the underprivileged.”
For his part, Samer Balkar, Director General at Tkiyet Um Ali, said the Tkiyet looks forward to a fruitful partnership with Hellofood to reach its target of a hunger-free Jordan.
“We see this ‘out-of-the-
As an innovator in the business of food delivery, hellofood has now become an innovator in community service as well, showing its users how they can help those in need and spreading a sense of social solidarity among all segments of society.
hellofood is the leading global online food delivery marketplace, active in more than 40 countries. The company enables restaurants to become visible in the online and mobile world and provides them with a constantly evolving online technology. For consumers, hellofood offers the convenience to order food online and the widest gastronomic range from where they can choose their favorite meal on the web or via the app. In the Middle East, hellofood operates in Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and Qatar.
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