Qatar Charity thanks a new group of supporters of

Qatar Charity thanks a new group of supporters of its Ramadan campaign

6/25/2020 | Media Center

Qatar Charity thanks a new group of supporters of its Ramadan campaign

Qatar Charity (QC) expressed its sincere thanks to a new group of 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 other 30 countries around the world, benefiting approximately 2.4 million people worldwide.

Due to the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Qatar Charity has taken into consideration public safety and precautionary measures during implementing its Ramadan projects and collecting donations.

The list of the supporters of the Ramadan campaign included government institutions, companies, banks, shopping centers, and restaurants.

Mr. Mohammed Rashid Al Kaabi, Assistant CEO for the Communication and Resource Development Sector at Qatar, 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, in which the rewards are multiplied.

He emphasized that Qatar Charity is constantly working to expand its circle of cooperation with various partners nationally, regionally and internationally, since it believes in the importance of partnership and cooperation in achieving development and humanitarian goals.

Commercial Establishments

Qatar Charity valued the role of governmental bodies, commercial establishments and banks in supporting the Ramadan campaign, including Supreme Committee for Legacy and Projects, Qatar Lawyers, Qatar Financial Center, Qatar Academy Doha, World Food Group, Lulu Group, British Bank Qatar Branch, Vodafone, Talaba, and Carriage.

The list also included a group of companies such as Al-Majid Company, Al-Mahmal Company, Swiss Company, MKHZON Company, Al-Sakhama Company, Al-Kawthar Water Company, Ceara Company, Nestle Company, Abu Issa Company, Spar Hypermarket, Al-Raha Company, Qitaf Company, Swissco Company, and Unilever Company.


The list also included Applebees Restaurant, Al-Madhal Restaurant, Rakwet Arab Restaurant, Amun Thinet Restaurant, Al Wukair Restaurant, Coffee Club, Zgerty Burger, Amo Shanab Restaurant, McDonald's Restaurant, Papa John's Restaurant, Al Kout Restaurant, and Burger King, in addition to Al Alamiah Bakery, and Waffle Factory.