A group of volunteers from Ooredoo visited the patients and distributed gifts to children at Hamad Hospital yesterday.
The visit was part of a series of activities planned for the holy month of Ramadan supported by Ooredoo to perform acts of kindness at hospitals, homes for the elderly, and children’s centres.
During the visit, Ooredoo volunteers distributed gifts and thanked doctors and staff in the children’s ward for their hard work.
Fatima Sultan al-Kuwari, director, Community and Public Relations at Ooredoo, said: “This year’s campaign #CloserConnection is not just about connecting with your loved ones but also with those that are in need.
Seeing the smiles on the children’s faces today, thanks to our volunteers, was a gift, and I thank the hard work of all the staff at Hamad Hospital for their dedication in helping these children.”
Dr Mohamed al-Janahi, chairman, Pediatrics Department, Hamad General Hospital, thanked Ooredoo for the #CloserConnection initiative, and described it as “a generous act of kindness,” which is in line with the spirit of the holy month of Ramadan.
“We thank Ooredoo for bringing this campaign to our department. The joy our young patients felt during this visit has truly gladdened their hearts and I believe it will have a lasting effect and play a part in their healing process.” said al-Janahi.
During the holy month, Ooredoo’s volunteers will participate in various events and locations around the country with surprises and entertainment for all.
Customers can follow Ooredoo’s Ramadan campaign via Ooredoo’s Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter page, and the hashtag #CloserConnection.
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