Dubai | In-Cyprus Home Diaspora Business owners are rushing to help devastated Beirut after the August 4th explosion that caused misfortunes to its citizens. Dubai’s F&B industry launched a Save Beirut fundraising event under the patronage of Emirates Red Crescent to help with the disaster relief efforts of NGOs in Beirut. View this post on Instagram Save Beirut this Sunday August 30th. 100% of revenues made at Saj 2 Go @depachika.ae in @nakheelmallpalm will be donated to Help rebuilding our beloved City of #Beirut. Please bring your family and friends and Join us Eat to Rebuild Beirut. 🇦🇪❤️🇱🇧 License no 3186 Emirates Red Crescent A post shared by Saj 2 Go Lebanese Bakery (@saj2go) on Aug 25, 2020 at 7:42am PDT Restaurants like Couqley, Zuma, Gaia, Roka, AL Beirut, Café Younes, and 100 more are cooking for Beirut on August 30th. By ordering from the participating restaurants, people will be donating to Beirut-based NGOs that are tirelessly working to help those impacted. View this post on Instagram Calling all of the Hospitality Pioneers in Dubai to join us & Save Beirut! To participate, contact us at [email protected] "Alone we can do so little, TOGETHER we can do so much!" #SaveBeirutAE #SaveBeirut #LiBeirut A post shared by Save Beirut (@savebeirutae) on Aug 23, 2020 at 11:18am PDT The Save Beirut initiative is managed by the Lebanese Business Council Dubai, Pulp, and more hospitality operators that will coordinate with the participating restaurants. View this post on Instagram Beirut still needs us. With your help, 50% of all proceeds will be donated to @emiratesrc on Sunday, August 30. Help us help Beirut 🇱🇧 #savebeirut #libeirut #risefromtheashes #hospitalityinitiative #beirutblast #helpbeirut #redcrescent #emiratesredcrescent #timeoutdubai A post shared by Al Dente Restaurant (@aldentedubai) on Aug 26, 2020 at 6:04am PDT Restaurants will donate 30% to 100% of the proceeds to the cause, and customers can add their own contributions as well. With a goal of 10 Million AUD set in mind, which is about $7M, the F&B outlets will cook around the clock, starting at 8 AM until 3 AM. View this post on Instagram Under the patronage of The Emirates Red Crescent in association with the Lebanese Business Council in Dubai, the day of charity allows outlets across the Emirates to offer a percentage of their sales as donation to help rebuild Beirut as well as the option for customers to top off their bills while dining out on Sunday August 30th. ساهم في إعادة بناء بيروت. مبادرة من قطاع المطاعم في دبي للمساهمة في إنقاذ بيروت. يوم الأحد ٣٠ آب ٢٠٢٠، أنفق في أحد المطاعم المشاركة في هذه المبادرة، للمساهمة في إعادة بناء بيروت. مشاركة كل فرد، تعمل فرق! #SaveBeirutAE #SaveBeirut #LiBeirut A post shared by Save Beirut (@savebeirutae) on Aug 19, 2020 at 6:11am PDT The funds will be wired to Lebanese NGOs through Save Beirut‘s initiative partners. By eating luscious desserts, fast food, Lebanese, Italian, and more, on August 30th, residents of Dubai will be contributing to the disaster relief efforts in Beirut.