The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) is organising Qatar’s first charity treasure hunt ‘Hand in Hand Treasure Hunt’ next week. The event will take place at Aspire Dome, Aspire Zone on June 28 from 4:00pm to 8:00pm.
The treasure hunt event is open to all members of the community, and families of all ages are invited to join, as they work in teams to follow clues in search of gifts hidden throughout Aspire Dome. Participants will also have the chance to leave their handprint on a white board to signify the endless possibilities that result from working hand in hand.
Tickets can be purchased from any Virgin Megastore branch or from their website, and all ticket proceeds will contribute toward purchasing schools supplies and gifts for children at the Qatar Orphan Foundation ‘Dreama’.
The ‘Hand in Hand’ initiative comes as part of QFC’s corporate social responsibility and social investment strategy ‘United for Good’, which focuses on two main pillars, youth and education and community development.
‘Hand in Hand’ is a partnership between the Qatar Financial Centre, Qatar International Court and Dispute Resolution Centre, Qatar Finance and Business Academy, Aspire Zone, Adventure Rooms, Build-a-Bear Workshop and Virgin Megastores.
“We are excited and honoured to organise this inspirational treasure hunt initiative, which will bring us together as a community, and encourage us all to contribute to the welfare of our society while spending a joyous time with our family and friends,” said Sarah al-Dorani, acting chief marketing and corporate communications officer, QFC Authority.
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