QIC Group senior deputy Group president and CEO Ali S AlFadala inaugurated the newly established orphan accommodation for Dreama, as part of the company’s commitment towards corporate social responsibility (CSR).
Last year, QIC Group collaborated with Dreama to provide sponsorship for quality housing refurbishment for orphans.
QIC Group has been engaging in many CSR collaborations that make significant developments in the fields of human and social development, it has said in a statement.
Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, AlFadala exemplified the role of QIC Group and said: “We take pride in being a part of this coveted ceremony. It highlights QIC Group’s long-standing commitment, values and vision as a trusted and ethical partner for the community. In fact, it is a clear testament to our significant role in the development of Qatar’s social fabric and in achieving our goals towards sustainability.
“We have always ensured that the core values of our business and operating principles align with our objectives for CSR. In effect, being socially conscious has allowed us to respond, engage and solve the common concerns of the society along with the cooperation of our customers, business partners and affiliates. With this strategic collaboration with Dreama, we pledge to continue to create resilient communities which inherently would create a stable society and a sustainable Nation for our future generation.”
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