The Youth Company’s yearly Ramadan volunteer initiative “7asanat Olympics” has been reaching out to thousands of people across Qatar for the sixth year running. The initiative’s various activities, supported by GWC, the leading provider of logistics and supply chain solutions in the country, began on the first day of Ramadan and will conclude at the end of May.
“A main driver for the company’s purpose and passion over the last 15 years has been and will continue to be our enthusiastic support for the local communities,” said GWC Group CEO Ranjeev Menon. “Now as we witness the sixth year of our commitment to the success of the 7asanat Olympics, we continue our tradition of supporting youth, entrepreneurship, and volunteerism in our CSR efforts,” he explained. A total of 70 volunteers engaged in a number of initiatives including distributing Iftar boxes at traffic lights at maghreb time, hospital visits for patients who cannot be with their families, and targeted clean-ups of Qatar’s beaches.
The volunteers also visited various community centres as part of their outreach, including the Muaither Residential Compound for the Elderly, Step by Step, Omega Center, and Hope Center for children with special needs. The event also included a Garangao children’s festival on the 14th night of Ramadan.
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