Omran’s Musahamatee program extends to seven hospitality assets across the Sultanate
Seven hotels across the Sultanate have signed Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) with Omran to begin offering the Musahamatee philanthropic program to their guests and visitors. Conceptualized by Omran, Musahamatee is a corporate social responsibility program that allows hotel patrons to make a charitable donation directly from their dining and/or accommodation bills. Collected funds reach their beneficiaries through Dar Al Atta’a, a non-profit volunteer- based charity that continues to extend its reach with such creatively conceived programs to the country’s various governorates.
The newly onboard Omran owned hospitality assets are InterContinental Muscat, Golden Tulip Khasab, Golden Tulip Dibba, Masira Island Resort, Ras Al-Jinz Scientific Center, City Hotel Duqm and Crowne Plaza Duqm. On the occasion, Omran CEO, Eng. Wael bin Ahmed Al Lawati said that programs such as Musahamatee stem from the company’s long-standing commitment to supporting local communities where it operates. Al Lawati also expressed his gratitude to participating hotel operators and thanked Dar Al Atta’a for its ongoing support in identifying and distributing donations to deserving families and individuals.
Last May, Millennium Resort Mussanah became the first hotel in Oman to activate Musahamatee in a signing ceremony with Omran and Dar Al Atta’a. The Musahamatee program, in its first month, has received positive feedback from guests and visitors who have commended the initiative for its simplicity and effectiveness.