Trend Micro gives back this Ramadan

Joins several companies in helping those in need.
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Trend Micro has teamed up with Emirates Red Crescent and the Dubai Foundation for Women and Children to give back to communities in need during Ramadan.

Trend Micro volunteers packed about 5,500 care backpacks with personal hygiene items for the Dubai Foundation for Women and Children for the Emirates Red Crescent.

“Conducting community service projects with Emirates Red Crescent and Dubai Foundation for Women and Children provide our employees with a greater of sense of purpose and giving back to communities,” said Fabio Picoli, managing director of Trend Micro GCC.

"While donating time and money may seem like a small effort for Trend Micro volunteers, it can make a major impact in the lives of those in need."

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