Doha Festival City has announced the launching of its ‘Back-to-School’ season with a community initiative, in collaboration with Qatar Charity.
Shoppers are invited to donate new school backpacks, including items such as pencil cases, stationery, and more, in a giant backpack, located opposite to Monoprix store on the Ground Floor, from August 22 to 30.
After donating, shoppers will receive vouchers worth up to QR50 to be spent in participating stores at Doha Festival City. Customers can register themselves, donate, and receive gift cards from one of the participating sponsor retailers, including Salam Kido, Kipling, Daiso, Abercombie & Fitch, Hollister, Centrepoint, Harvey Nichols, FNAC, and Marks & Spencer.
Robert Hall, general manager, said: “We are very excited to kick off our back-to-school season with our biggest donation box. I would like to thank Qatar Charity for their co-operation.
“We are part of the community and we are very happy to be able to facilitate opportunities such as this one. I would also like to thank our retailers for participating by offering their best goods to Doha Festival City shoppers. We invite everyone to join us and to enjoy the new school year collection at the mall.”
Parents can avoid the stress of last-minute ‘Back to School’ shopping with fabulous offers and bargains at Doha Festival City and kick-start the new school year in style. With cool, new items at great prices, the mall has everything shoppers need for their children of different ages. For more information, visit dohafestivalcity.com
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