Qatar Charity (QC) has thanked the supporters of its Ramadan campaign, 'Endless Giving,' which benefited over 6.7mn people in Qatar and 41 other countries, a statement said Tuesday. The campaign, supported by individuals, companies, and commercial entities in Qatar, involved the ‘Feed the Fasting’ and food security projects in Palestine, as well as developmental projects in Qatar and around the world, in addition to sponsoring 9,500 orphans and other vulnerable persons.

In addition, about 615,000 individuals benefited from the Zakat al-Fitr project, and around 9,500 children from the Eid Clothing and Eid Gifts for orphans and children from low-income families. Eid gifts were also provided to over 16,000 children in the Gaza Strip.

Ahmad Yousef Fakhroo, CEO’s assistant for the Resources Development and Media Sector at QC, extended his sincere thanks and gratitude to the generous people of Qatar and the world for their noble contributions, which have played a significant role in alleviating the suffering of the targeted groups, including internally displaced persons (IDPs), refugees, the needy, those with limited incomes, and humanitarian cases. He indicated that their contributions have made a difference in their lives, bringing smiles to the faces of their children.

Fakhroo explained that the projects of the ‘Endless Giving’ campaign were implemented in Qatar and 41 countries worldwide, with a focus on regions suffering from crises and disasters, including Gaza, Palestine, Sudan, northern Syria, Somalia, Rohingya refugees, and others. He also extended special thanks to the donors for their participation in supporting the construction of the world’s largest multi-service city for orphans (Al Hayah City) and for their generous donations during the ‘27th Night Challenge’, which collected over QR50mn.

He expressed his pride in the trust QC receives from generous people and their ongoing support for its projects throughout the year. Under the Ramadan campaign, the projects, including ‘Feed the Fasting’ (food packages and ready-to-eat meals), Eid clothing, Eid gifts for orphans and children from low-income families, and Zakat al-Fitr, were implemented.

Additionally, 5,306 developmental projects were executed in various fields including health, education, water, sanitation, food security, economic empowerment, mosque construction, housing for the needy, multi-service centers, and others, the statement added.
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