Commercial Bank has celebrated Garangao with fun activities for children in the bank’s mall branches and among the wider Qatari community.
Garangao takes place on the 14th day of Ramadan and is considered a tradition in Qatar and the region.
As part of Commercial Bank’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives focusing on the Qatari community, staff distributed Garangao gifts, including traditional sweets and nuts, to customers’ children at Commercial Bank branches in Landmark Mall, City Center Doha, Gulf Mall, Mall of Qatar, Villaggio, Hyatt Plaza, Dar Al Salam and The Pearl-Qatar. Commercial Bank staff also distributed special Garangao gifts at Hamad Hospital and Al Wakra Hospital.
Al Wakra Hospital honoured Commercial Bank with an award in recognition of the bank’s efforts in sharing and spreading the Garangao joy with kids at the hospital during
Commercial Bank Group CEO Joseph Abraham said, “Promoting traditional Qatari culture and values is a constant underlying theme behind all our CSR programmes, as Commercial Bank has made this a responsibility to celebrate and preserve Qatari heritage.
“Garangao is an especially joyful time of celebration during the holy month of Ramadan and Commercial Bank is proud to share this culturally significant event not only with children, but we have also taken the time to extend our Garangao outreach activities to those who are in less fortunate circumstances in support of the wider Qatari community.”
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