Q-Chem in pact to fund people with special needs
September 19 2016 12:13 AM
Officials during the signing of the agreement.

Qatar Chemical Company Ltd (Q-Chem) has said it is supporting charity projects in Qatar that will alleviate the suffering of a number of people nationwide.
The Q-Chem initiative comes after signing an agreement with Qatar Society for Rehabilitation of Special Needs (QSRSN), by which the company will finance the purchase of wheelchair lifts, according to a press statement.
The agreement was signed by Saeed Rashid al-Kaabi, chief administration officer for Q-Chem and Amir al-Mulla, executive director for QSRSN.
Under the agreement, specialised lifts will be mounted on vehicles to ease movements for persons with disability and enable them to move their wheelchairs without much help from others.
Saad Rashid al-Muhannadi, CEO of Q-Chem, said: “It’s part of Q-Chem’s strategic objectives to extend a helping hand to charity organisations such as Qatar Society for Rehabilitation of Special Needs. We are honoured to partner with the Society to serve our communities.
“Q-Chem’s move is part of the corporate social responsibility concept and our commitment towards good citizenship. Helping disabled persons not only assists this segment of society in meeting their aspirations in life, but also strengthens social bonds and is the very essence of our cultural foundation.”
Sheikh Thani bin Abdullah al-Thani, chairman of QSRSN, expressed gratitude and appreciation to the Q-Chem management and its co-operation with the Society to sponsor noble causes.  He stressed that the target audience would “enormously benefit from this donation and definitely improve health conditions.”

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