Qatar Charity (QC) has expressed its sincere thanks to all government agencies and private institutions for contributing to the success of its Ramadan campaign for the year 1441 AH, which was implemented in Qatar and 30 other countries around the world, benefiting approximately 2.4mn people worldwide.
QC had taken into consideration public safety and precautionary measures during the implementation of its Ramadan projects and collection of donations, aiming to fight the Covid-19 pandemic.
Accordingly, food baskets and Iftar meals were distributed within and outside Qatar to feed fasting persons, using cars designated for this purpose, due to coronavirus, QC said in a statement.
Qatar Charity’s website, app and various other digital tools enabled generous donors to pay their Zakat and perform charitable acts easily while at home, it noted.
The Ramadan campaign consisted of three main seasonal projects: Iftar of fasting persons (food baskets and meals), Zakat al-Fitr and Eid Clothes. It also included special assistance to fight the coronavirus within and outside Qatar.
The list of supporters of the Ramadan campaign included ministries, government institutions, companies, banks, shopping centres, social figures, voluntary and youth initiatives, and communities residing in Qatar.
Mohamed Rashid al-Kaabi, assistant CEO for the Communication and Resource Development Sector at QC, thanked all supporters of the campaign for the significant efforts - showing their sincere desire to support humanitarian action within the framework of their social responsibility, especially in the blessed month of Ramadan when the rewards are multiplied.
In particular, he thanked ministries, including the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Interior, in addition to the Regulatory Authority for Charitable Activities, Qatar Airways and the International Foundation for Wildlife Research.
Qatar Charity also lauded the role of commercial establishments and banks in supporting the Ramadan campaign, including Ooredoo, Doha Bank, Qatar Islamic Bank, Talabat, Qatar Stock Exchange, Al Meera, Spar Qatar, LuLu Hypermarket, Haider Holding, Mazzraty, Wooden Bakery, Al Wajba Dairy, Al Jazira Security, Safety and Contracting, Doha Festival City, Hyatt Plaza, Al Muftah Group, and Aouina for Trips & Agricultural Tools.
Further, QC commended the role of the media in supporting the Ramadan campaign by broadcasting radio and TV programmes produced by Qatar Charity, namely Al Quran Al Kareem Radio, Qatar TV, Qatar Radio, Qatar English Radio, Sout Al Khaleej Radio, Qatar Urdu Radio, Qatar News Agency, newspapers, ('Gulf Times', 'Arrayah', 'Al Sharq', 'Al Arab', 'Al Watan', 'Lusail', 'The Peninsula', 'Qatar Tribune', 'Al-Araby Al-Jadeed', 'Al-Quds Al-Arabi') Anadolu Agency, Marsal Qatar, Nadeeb Qatar and the iloveqatar website.
Qatar Charity also thanked Qatari individuals and volunteers from expatriate communities for supporting its activities during the blessed month of Ramadan.
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