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In line with its corporate social responsibility programme and on the occasion of Eid Al-Fitr, the Mall of Qatar (MoQ), in collaboration with Wa’hab, has been spearheading an initiative to provide 300 kits to the labourers across Qatar enabling them overcome the current challenges and enjoy Eid moments.
The kits included food materials and personal hygiene items, and were well packed and delivered to the labourers with the highest standards of safety and sanitation standards. The initiative supports labourers and less privileged communities to enjoy the happy moments of the holy occasion.
Mall of Qatar General Manager Emile Sarkis said, “With Eid Al-Fitr coming closer, we extend our sincere congratulations to all Muslims and to the people of Qatar. We pride ourselves contributing in the effort to provide appropriate support to those who are in need and make a difference in their lives. This initiative is part of our CSR programmes and that reflects the values of solidarity in the community.”
Corporate Social Responsibility programme is at the core of Mall of Qatar’s business model. The Nation’s mall executes several educational, awareness and social initiatives that give back to the community and contribute in achieving sustainable development.
Wardah Mamukoya, founder and managing director of Wa’hab, said: “We are delighted to have partnered with Mall of Qatar and we thank them for their generous contribution. Together we can help make a real difference and support the vulnerable communities to highlight our commitment to their wellbeing. The spirit of Ramadan is enhanced by sharing our food and blessings with those around us and these actions clearly demonstrate the collaboration and solidarity of the community in Qatar.”
Wa’hab, an award-winning SME, works to reduce food wastage and provide support to the communities in Qatar. By connecting surplus food to those in need, Wa’hab aims to promote social solidarity and protect the environment.
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10/05/2021
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