Qatar Charity (QC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Qatar Postal Services Company (Qatar Post) to support the former’s humanitarian projects and local activities in the areas of collection and joint advertising campaigns, within the framework of corporate social responsibility.
The pact was inked by QC CEO Yousef bin Ahmed al-Kuwari and Qatar Post chairman and managing director Faleh Mohamed al-Nuaimi.
According to the deal, Qatar Post will provide a range of services, through its branches, to QC.
These services will promote the collection of donations and marketing of QC’s products, and support its campaigns through Qatar Post’s advertising medium.
Al-Kuwari hoped the agreement would be an important opportunity to promote donations and support charity products.
He also affirmed QC’s keenness to collaborate with all within and outside the country in areas of humanitarian action, development work, awareness, and volunteering to support its projects.
Al-Kuwari highly appreciated Qatar Post for its earlier co-operation with Qatar Charity and its willingness to develop current and future collaboration.
He hoped that efforts would continue to co-operate with all ministries and governmental and the private bodies in Qatar.
Al-Nuaimi stated that within the framework of Qatar Post’s corporate social responsibility strategy, this agreement comes as an important humanitarian step to strengthen the relationship with Qatari society and contribute to bringing about a positive change.
“We will harness our potential through a network of our offices and a wide range of our services and products to serve the Qatari community, and utilise our capabilities for the benefit of our community,” al-Nuaimi added, calling for the contribution to this effort by making a donation at any Qatar Post branch to support QC’s activities and initiatives, including ‘Darahim’ and ‘Khair Card’.
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