QNB has launched its latest corporate social responsibility initiative, a Sustainability Arts Camp, in co-operation with Kidzania Doha.

The camp, designed to educate and inspire children through creative and eco-friendly activities, which will run from June 26 to August 21, aims to foster environmental awareness and financial literacy among the young participants aged four to 14 years old.

The centerpiece of the camp will be a hands-on project where children create their own ATM models using recycled materials. This activity is designed to teach the importance of recycling and creative problem solving.

In addition to the arts and crafts, the camp will feature engaging financial skills workshops to be delivered by QNB staff. These sessions will introduce basic financial concepts in a fun and interactive manner, helping kids understand the value of money, saving, and budgeting.

Participants will also take part in an eco-friendly costume fashion show competition. Using recycled and sustainable materials, children will design and showcase their costumes, promoting creativity and environmental control.

"We are excited to launch this unique camp that combines art, sustainability, and financial education. At QNB, we believe in nurturing the next generation to be both financially and environmentally conscious. This camp is a testament to our commitment to these values," said Abdullah Mohammad Arbabi, vice president (CSR & Sponsorships) at QNB Group.

“QNB Group is committed to the principles of sustainable development and community engagement. Through various CSR initiatives, QNB strives to make a positive impact on society and the environment,” a bank statement said.