Sumo Sushi & Bento finds it our responsibility to give back. With an emphasis on finding happy you will see us at a number of events that support and uplift people and the environment.
Sumo Sushi & Bento recognizes and caters to the needs of others.
Through volunteer and charity donations we help create a happier community. We hold our staff to a high, happy standard; volunteer or involvement in an event is recommended at least once a quarter. We are excited to see our Sumo family participate.
The Dubai Foundation for Women and Children (DFWAC) was established in 2007 to offer immediate protection and support services for women and children in the UAE against domestic violence, child abuse and human trafficking. It is the first licensed non-profit shelter in the UAE that runs specifically for the care of women and children. The services DFWAC offers are in complete accordance with international human rights obligations.
If you would like more information about The Dubai Foundation for Women and Children, please visit - http://www.dfwac.ae/.
There are over 37 million children and adolescents worldwide who have been forced out of school due to wars, conflicts, epidemics and natural disasters. In fact, the attack on education caused by emergencies has dramatically risen to levels higher than at any point in the past 40 years.
At Dubai Cares, we believe that education is not only an essential right of every child, but also an irrevocable asset. With over 65 million children worldwide affected by crises, we truly understand and feel that immediate action is crucial.
Dubai Cares has launched the following programs in an effort to ensure children affected by natural and man-made disasters find their way back into the classroom and resume their academic journey:
If you would like more information about Dubai Cares, please visit - http://www.dubaicares.ae/.
The Pink Caravan Ride is a national pan UAE awareness trek, throughout the seven emirates including remote and outlying areas. Each year over 150 experienced equine riders join forces, garnering support across different sectors, bringing together schools, universities, corporations, Pink Caravan ambassadors and royalty.
The Pink Caravan Ride to date has travelled over 940 km across the seven emirates, with over 250 riders, 200 volunteers and 410 mobile medical clinics offering early breast cancer detection examinations for 28,949 people, including 6,531 men.
For every roll turned pink and sold in the month of October 2016, Sumo will dontate 5% to Pink Caravan for Breast Cancer Awareness and Research.
If you would like more information about Pink Caravan, please visit - http://www.pinkcaravan.ae/.
Dubai's home-grown restaurants are banding together again to give back to labourers working evening shifts during Ramadan 2016.
Moti Roti's campaign Filling The Blues will make another appearance this year, at the construction site in Al Barsha opposite Al Khoory Atrium Hotel.
As part of this programme, a local F&B venture will provide iftar packs to the labourers clocking out of the construction site just before iftar.
Speaking to Caterer Middle East, Moti Roti founder Tahir Shah called the band of volunteer restaurants "the Avengers" and said: "It's a chance to give back to the construction workers in Dubai, and also for everyone including the local restaurants to spend time with each other."
If you would like more information about Filling The Blues, please visit - Filling The Blues.
Sumo employees love giving back by volunteering their time to help build a happier community.
Here you can see photos, videos and recaps of our experiences.
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Sumo Team Supports Nepalese Staff Families