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Doha

Qatar Charity (QC) has announced that donations to a charity market in support of the ‘Educate Me’ drive will continue. Contributions will be accepted until September 26 at the Qatar Charity Center for Community Development in Al Rayyan.

Qatar Charity is asking families and individuals to donate a variety of household and food items, clothing, accessories, and drinks, which will be sold at a low cost at the charity market on September 27-29.

Food and dishes will be accepted as the charity market begins on September 27. For more information and inquiries about donations to the charity market, please contact 50014579.

Awareness lectures on charitable work and humanitarian action are scheduled to be delivered on the sidelines of the charity market.

Qatar Charity encourages people to visit and shop at the charity market in support of the ‘Educate Me’ drive for Qatari students. The proceeds from the charity market will be used to purchase school bags, transportation fees, and books.

The charity market aims to promote the culture of volunteering and charitable work among individuals while also utilising family surplus in charitable activities.

On the International Day of Charity, the Qatar Charity Center for Community Development in Al Rayyan has previously held a charity market. The charity market drew a large number of visitors from all over Doha. Many people, including mothers and students, donated clothing, household supplies, and other items, helping to boost the financial return of this project dedicated to supporting the Pakistan campaign.

Throughout the year, the Qatar Charity Center for Community Development, Al Rayyan, receives donations from philanthropists to organise charity markets.

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