Qatar Charity congratulates leadership, people in Qatar on Eid al-Fitr
Qatar Charity (QC) extended its heartfelt congratulations and sincere wishes to the Qatari leadership, government, people, the Arab and Islamic nations, and all the philanthropists who have supported its Ramadan campaign, on Eid al-Fitr, praying to Allah the Almighty that peace, harmony, and happiness would prevail everywhere in the world.
The CEO of Qatar Charity Mr. Yousif bin Ahmed Al Kuwari expressed his sincerest congratulations to Amir HH Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, the Qatari government, people, residents, and Arab and Muslim nations across the globe on Eid Al Fitr.
Al Kuwari also called upon Allah the Almighty to grant Qatar further safety, security, stability, prosperity, peace and progress, and keep all harm away from it, so that it can remain, as it has always been known as a beacon of good and aid to those in need throughout the world.
He also prayed to Allah the Almighty for removing the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and giving a lasting peace and prosperity in the Arab and Muslim world.
Al Kuwari extended special thanks to all those who supported Qatar Charity’s Ramadan campaign, including benefactors in Qatar, public and private sector institutions, sponsors, social media influencers, media figures, volunteers and youth initiatives.
He also noted that the Ramadan seasonal projects had a positive impact on millions at home and abroad, especially orphans, persons with special needs, poor families and those affected by the coronavirus outbreak, crises and difficult humanitarian conditions.
The CEO of Qatar Charity also urged benefactors of this country to continue to support the needy and the poor with their generosity, as doing good is not limited to the holy month of Ramadan, but it should continue throughout the year, praying to Allah the Almighty to accept “our good deeds and multiply our rewards”.
It is worth noting that the Ramadan campaign, whose projects were implemented in and outside Qatar with the support of the people in Qatar, targeted 2.4 million people in Qatar and 30 countries across the world