Qatar Charity (QC) has distributed more than 3,000 food baskets to Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and Nepal through its offices in both countries, as part of QC’s continuous relief efforts to ease the suffering of these refugees.
The organisation has also hosted Iftars for the general public and Muslim communities living in Turkey.
The initiative took place at the West Court 1 Entrance of the mall, with support from the Ministry of Interior's Traffic Department to assist with the distribution by Al Shamal Road.
QC’s Ramadan initiatives include several Iftar projects for fasting people, targeting workers and community gatherings in particular, as well as Iftar meals and Zakat ul-Fitr projects for low-income families.
Qatar Charity (QC) chairman Sheikh Hamad bin Nasser al-Thani has dedicated the Change Maker Award received by QC to His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, His Highness the Father Amir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani ...
More than 500 orphans have benefited from services complex built by Qatar Charity (QC) in Pakistan, the organisation has said. QC built Darl Al-Salam Services Complex two years ago in the city of Attock, Punjab, to provide housing, education and training services to orphans.
The centre, inaugurated last year by Qatar Charity, functions round the clock to provide “high-quality healthcare services” to beneficiaries, the charity has stressed in a statement.
Qatar Charity (QC) has distributed blankets to 23,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) of Eastern Ghouta to alleviate their suffering, especially in the bitter winter.
The aid included sheltering items, heating requirements and food. It was aimed at urgently compensating those affected by the fire and alleviating their suffering under the framework of QC’s ‘Affected by Winter’ campaign.