Qatar Charity’s Udhiyah campaign benefits thousands
August 10 2020 12:54 AM
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Udhiyah to workers.
A QC volunteer distributing Udhiyah to workers.

Qatar Charity (QC) has distributed 6,687 Udhiyah (sacrificial animals) valued at more than QR3mn, benefiting 77,435 persons, as part of its Udhiyah campaign for the year 1441 AH. 
The beneficiaries comprised of low-income families, widows, the families of orphans registered with QC, workers, and the Asian and Arab expatriate communities residing in Qatar.
Adahi was distributed to the beneficiaries through 15 branches of Al Meera across the country from the second day to the fourth day of Eid al-Adha. The distribution of Adahi took place, according to coupons given to the beneficiaries before Eid al-Adha to maintain social distancing in view of the Covid-19 pandemic. 
Some 40 volunteers took part in distributing meat to the beneficiaries. QC sought help from Qatari social figures, various QC Centers for Community Development, and the Indonesian, Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Moroccan and Tunisian embassies, which received coupons to distribute them to the beneficiaries. 
The meat was also delivered to other expatriates from the Syrian, Indian, Nepalese, Sri Lankan, Filipino and Malaysian communities, via refrigerated trucks, while workers received Udhiyah at their place of residence. 
QC thanked donors for their generous contributions to the ‘Udhiyah’ project, urging them to continue supporting its projects and campaigns throughout the year.
QC also thanked Al Meera and Widam Food for facilitating the distribution of Udhiyah to the beneficiaries in a well-organised manner. 
Additionally, it extended thanks to all who contributed to the successful implementation of the project. 
Additionally, QC has provided Eid clothing to 450 children from low-income families registered with it, and Eid gifts to 450 orphans sponsored by it.



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