Old Kampala Community Benefits from Airtel Uganda Ramadan CSR Campaign

Old Kampala is the latest community to benefit from Airtel Uganda’s extensive Corporate Social Responsibility campaign of giving to its subscribers throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan.

The campaign thatis aimed at shedding light on the true Ramadan spirit and celebrating this special time of the year with the local communities saw Airtel Uganda officials camp at Gadaffi mosque in Old Kampala and handover foodstuffs to assist community members in preparing their Iftar meals.

Commenting during the handover, Airtel Uganda PRO Ms. Faith Bugonzi said Airtel Uganda is proud to support its subscribers during this Holy Month.

“Old Kampala is the third community in Kampala that we are visiting to distribute foodstuffs. Over the past two weeks, we have visited Wandegeya and Kibuli communities and have also handed the residents foodstuffs for Ramadan. We intend to continue this initiative until the month ends,” she commented.

Speaking during the handover, Haji Nsereko Mutumba, the spokesperson of the Uganda Muslim Supreme Councilthanked Airtel Uganda for the noble gesture.

“During the Holy Month of Ramadan, Muslims are encouraged to share with one another and help the less advantaged community members. I am glad to see companies like Airtel Uganda embracing such values of giving back to their customers and to the muslim community at large,” he commented.

AS part of the Ramadan CSR campaign, the company chose highly populated areas in a bid to to reach out and show support to as many Ugandans as possible. Some of the districts earmarked for Ramadan donations include Kampala, Masaka, Mbale, Mbarara, Lira, Kamuli, Fortportal, Gulu, Iganga, Hoima, Jinja, Arua, Tororo, Kabale and many others.

In addition to the food stuffs, the company has launched a campaign where subscribers that recharge a minimum of 500/- through Airtel money & E-recharge will receive free 100MBs, 100SMS (Airtel to Airtel SMS) and 30Minutes (Airtel to Airtel calls).

These minutes, MBs & SMS can be used between midnight & 6am daily and expire at 6am.

Johnson Ategeka