Ooredoo’s Alrabaa (friends) and a group of volunteers have visited the children’s ward at Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC), bringing smiles to their faces and filling their hearts with happiness.
After playing with the children, Ooredoo’s Alrabaa gave each of them a “Joy Bank” and a “My Spreading the Joy Journal” to collect money to give to charity or people in need. The children also received gift vouchers for toys.
This visit is part of a series of community and charity activities led by Alrabaa this Ramadan to spread joy throughout the community. The seven playful characters representing Qatari culture, supported by Ooredoo’s team of volunteers, surprised the children at the hospital and spent time with each of them.
Fatima Sultan al-Kuwari, director of community and public relations at Ooredoo, said: “Nothing is more precious than to share the spirit of the Holy Month of Ramadan with these children. Seeing them play and laugh with the Alrabaa is heart-warming. HMC is one of the best paediatric healthcare service provider in Qatar and we are delighted to contribute to its work.”
Ooredoo’s delegation was received by Izzeddine al-Salahi, product manager, and Fatima Jassem, playroom superviser, from HMC.
This Ramadan, Ooredoo’s Alrabaa are taking the lead in a wide range of community and charity initiatives, including good deeds at malls, children’s activities and small acts of kindness across the country.
For the next event, the Alrabaa will distribute Iftar boxes in the cannon area on “Iftar Box Day”. Ooredoo has also put up special “Sharing Spheres” at Villaggio Mall’s Gate 4, where people can donate items for charity.
Customers can follow Ooredoo’s Ramadan campaign via its website, www.ooredoo.qa, Ooredoo’s Facebook page and TV ads, or follow on Twitter @OoredooQatar and the hashtag #alrabaa
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