Mazzraty donates to Qatar Charity’s “Warmth and Peace” campaign
Qatar Charity (QC) has received a donation from the National Group for Agricultural and Animal Production (Mazzraty) for the “Warmth and Peace” winter campaign launched by Qatar Charity more than a month ago to support refugees and displaced worldwide.
Mr. Abdulaziz Jassem, director of the Customer Service Department at Qatar Charity, received the donation cheque from Mr. Moaaz Rankoussi, executive director of Mazzraty, in the presence of many officials from both sides.
“Mazzraty, which is one of the leading groups in Qatar and the region, plays a major role in supporting the Qatari economy and local growth,” said Jassem, appreciating Mazzraty’s contribution to humanitarian action carried out by Qatar Charity.
He also thanked Mazzraty management for the donation, emphasizing the importance of partnership in promoting humanitarian action to maximize the number of beneficiaries.
He also hoped that cooperation from Mazzraty would continue to support Qatar Charity’s relief and development projects, calling on other companies to do likewise in support of charitable projects meant for those most in need worldwide.
On his part, Mr. Moaaz Rankoussi, executive director of Mazzraty, said, “This donation comes, as part of our social responsibility towards the community, to support the humanitarian and charitable work carried out by Qatar Charity,” underling that Mazzraty would constantly support Qatar Charity’s charitable projects that would enhance the bright face of Qatar and its people.
He added that the donation was raised within the framework of a campaign organized by Mazzraty to coincide with the Qatar National Day celebrations and it has donated one riyal for each product sold during three days, expressing the keenness to participate in activities that would benefit the local community.
It is worth noting that Qatar Charity’s "Warm and Peace" campaign continues to provide assistance to refugees, the displaced, and affected in 17 countries, including those displaced from Idlib. Some 500,000 people are expected to benefit from shelter, food, and heating aids provided within the campaign.