The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) visited Mind Institute and organised a football workshop for the latter’s children as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR). The workshop comes as part of the “One Family” initiative, and QFC’s “Road to Humanity” Ramadan campaign, which aim to enhance skills within the community, while empowering and uplifting the community’s spirit.
During the visit, several QFC Authority (QFCA) employees who are skilled football players engaged with the children and mentored them in the basic football techniques as they played together in a fun supportive environment.
“The QFC’s ‘One Family’ initiative recognises that together we are all one community. We believe it is our responsibility to help others, and share our talents for a stronger society,” said Sarah al-Dorani, acting chief marketing and corporate communications officer, QFCA.
Manal Hassiba, Director, Mind Institute Special Needs Centre, said QFC sets an example for businesses in the community to support, nurture and engage children of all abilities in Qatar.
“By working collaboratively with QFC on initiatives like one family, we are further strengthening and promoting our core value of inclusivity in Qatar’s society,” she said.
The QFC CSR and social investment strategy “United for Good” underscores commitment to its ethical, social and environmental responsibilities. One of the CSR’s main pillars at QFC is community development that entails focusing on the inclusion of all members of society. QFC’s CSR and social investment strategy also focuses on youth and education to help build a new generation of leaders.
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